FundScrip is an established, Canada-wide fundraising program in which supporters pay for their shopping (groceries, gas, home & garden, entertainment, restaurants, and much more) with gift cards. Each purchase automatically includes a donation to our cause.
Reclaimed food grade barrels are re-purposed as rain barrels. Once used to transport fruits and vegetables, they now offer years of reliable service as rain barrels.
Stay tuned for our Spring Truckload Sale
Every year, clubs elect an executive team that consists of a President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. Many clubs will also include a Registrar and Bulletin Editor(s). The role of the executive team is to manage the operational details of the club. The Club President also acts as the liaison between the club and the Zone Deputy Governor.
Proud to support Telemiracle Celebrating 46 amazing years and raising over $111,000,000 so far! What is Telemiracle? The Kinsmen Foundation, through donations to Telemiracle, assists Saskatchewan people to acquire special needs equipment and access to medical treatment. Last Year, Saskatchewan (and friends!) raised $8,002,722 at Telemiracle 46! This all stays in the province to help Saskatchewan
The Kinettes host Tradeshows through the Kin year, usually one in Spring and one in Fall. They are open to all sorts of vendors with products, crafts and services. Admission is generally low with proceeds to a new charity everytime. We have also hosted our own Bake table at our Tradeshows with all types of
Sask Polytechnic Bursary – A $500 bursary given to a student at SaskPolytech who is in good academic achievement and has a financial need. Kin Canada Bursaries – is a program of the Hal Rogers Endowment Fund, supported by Kinsmen, Kinette and Kin clubs, and public donations, across the country. Each year, $1,000 bursaries are awarded
Membership requirements for the Queen City Kinettes are very easy –
SHOW UP, MAKE FRIENDS, HAVE FUN!
Each meeting, normally held the 2nd Tuesday of each month, is fun and inviting consisting of a short business portion sometimes with food or munchies and fellowship afterwards. Meetings and projects are not mandatory, as many of our fellow Kin work shift work, however you are encouraged to participate on a voluntary basis, and do as much as you are able to.