Teammates Floor Hockey Camp

The excitement in the air was palpable. It was early in the morning on Saturday, February 18th and we expected our kids to still be struggling to keep their sleepiness at bay. It turns out that if you give them something as unique as a floor hockey camp with a famous former Edmonton Oiler sleep doesn’t really matter so much. That day, 60 kids between the ages of 9 and 13 from across our after school clubs, including a few … Continue reading

Santa Clothes Came To Town!

November 6 was a special day for 100 of our community’s kids. For the first time anywhere in Canada, the Rotary Club of Edmonton West gave the gift of the holiday season to children in need of warm clothing. Boys & Girls Clubs Big Brothers Big Sisters partnered with four inner city Edmonton elementary schools to identify 25 kids from each school who could benefit from a shopping spree at Old Navy. We picked them up by bus at their … Continue reading

10 Reasons to Come to Lobster Lovers!

We are so excited for November 4 – the date of our Lobster Lovers Feast at Chateau Lacombe. It’s a Dinner and Auction in support of our community’s children and you’re invited! Lobster Lovers isn’t just one of our largest fundraisers, it’s also one of our favourite events! Here are 10 reasons why you should come spend the evening with us. 1)    Be Inspired We’ve got an amazing speaker lined up – someone who will share first hand the impact … Continue reading

10 Reasons to Golf For Kids

We are so excited to open registrations for our 6th Annual Golf Tournament, presented by Landrex Inc. It will take place on August 18th at the Cougar Creek Golf Resort! This is one of our main fundraisers each year. Last year, we raised $142,700 to provide safe places and positive relationships for nearly 5,000 children and youth. You might be wondering what’s so great about our tournament. We’ll , we’ve got a list of 10 reasons why you or your … Continue reading

You Can Help Us Win $10,000!

Joe and Mary are a young couple living in Edmonton. After a long day of work, sometimes at two different jobs, they come home to spend a few precious minutes of quality time with their three young kids. Sometimes they struggle to make ends meet while also finding time for their little ones, but usually it all works out. Joe’s family lives in Ontario and Mary’s are up in St. Paul so they can’t often rely on the support a … Continue reading