We are a dynamic group of volunteers enriching our communities through service while embracing national pride, positive values, personal development and lasting friendships.
The Objects of the Association are to promote and direct service work through fellowship amongst its members, to the end that:
In 1997, the Club took over the sponsorship of the Cornwall Kinsmen Girls Hockey. This league continues annually to register over 200 girls. It has developed the skills of many and has produced Olympian Lori Dupuis.
The disasters in 1977 of the Red River Flood saw Kinsmen from Cornwall go to Winnipeg, for a week to assist with the cleanup. Those Kinsmen jobs were too ripe out the interiors of three (3) houses, so that they it could be inspected, for reconstruction or demolation.
The Ice Storm of 98 saw the Club assist with a shelter outside of the City.
Little Rock Curling, in 1999, came about because of funding by the Club. Today over 50 youth are involved in what has become known as, Kinsmen Little Rock Curling. This activity continues to grow in our community.
In the millennium year 2000, the Club took on the sponsorship of the new Cornwall Kinsmen Minor Lacrosse League, which registered 200 children. Cornwall was a major lacrosse centre and our hopes are this sport be revived in Cornwall.
In 2004, after a number of years of involvement, the Kinsmen Club became thetitle sponsor local hot air balloon festival and remained the title sponsor for 10 years.
In 2005, the Kinsmen Club gave financial support of $100,000.00 to new Cornwall Community Hospital
In 2013, the Kinsmen Club partnered to help run the Bikers Against Brain Cancer fundraising event.
As a long time supporter of youth sports and programs, in 2014 the Kinsmen Club donated $10,000.00 to Cornwall Wildcats Football association to replace aging equipment and keep the children safe.
In 2015 the Kinsment Club became the title sponsor to Cornwall Waterfest.
Founded by Hal Rogers on Feb. 20, 1920, Kin Canada is the nation's largest all-Canadian service club organization. Kinsmen, Kinette and Kin clubs across the country work to better their communities, enhance the well-being of Canadians and improve the environment. The Association boasts a proud 93-year history dedicated to fostering life-long friendships while ‘Serving the Community’s Greatest Need.’
Membership: Around 6,500 members belong to approximately 480 Kinsmen, Kinette and Kin clubs across Canada. Kinsmen clubs are predominantly male, Kinette clubs are predominantly female and Kin clubs have a mixed membership of men and women.
More than $1 billion raised: Since our founding in 1920, Kin Canada clubs have donated more than $1 billion to Canadian causes, communities and individuals in need, as well as to disaster relief efforts beyond our borders. In the 2012/13 Kin Year, our members raised more than $20.5 million and spent over 300,000 hours (that's 34.7 years!) organizing and executing hundreds of fundraisers and service projects in their communities. Not content to simply write cheques, if there's work to be done, Kin Canada clubs do it!
National Charity: Kin Canada has been a partner in the fight against cystic fibrosis since 1964. During this time, Kin members have raised over $40 million in support of the work of Cystic Fibrosis Canada.
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