Service Clubs

Canadian Progress Club

An all-Canadian service club whose members seek the advancement of the communities in which their individual clubs are located. Progress is entirely Canadian in concept and development and each local club conducts its own affairs and its own charitable projects. Our mission is to enhance the quality of life of all Canadians, through community service, in the spirit of fellowship.

Canadian Royal Purple Society (National: Kamloops, BC)

We are a fun-loving, dynamic, dedicated group of volunteers helping kids and our communities. Our “tag line”, Your Cause is Our Cause”, explains our approach to our communities and to our members. We roll up our sleeves to assist families and our communities wherever the needs arise. Every lodge can discover its own community’s needs and address them.

Civitan Canada

Civitan Clubs in Canada are service clubs meeting needs in their own community. While belonging to Civitan International, each Canadian Club decides which service projects, fundraising, and donations will help meet needs within their own community. Civtans range in age from 19 to seniors. Junior Civitans range in age from 12 to 18 years, working independently with guidance from adults.

Civitan International

A non-profit community service organization whose main charitable focus is the prevention and treatment of developmental disabilities.

Elks Canada


Saskatchewan Elks Foundation Corp. (Regional: Saskatoon, SK)

The Saskatchewan Elks Foundation was established in 1991 to promote and support the needs of the individual and the community at large through a variety of programs and services: personal and capital assistance, addictions awareness, Saskatchewan Pediatric Auditory Rehabilitation Centre located at the Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon, low income senior housing, Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE), Chem Free Graduation Grants.

Freemasons Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon


Freemasons Ontario Grand Lodge


Independent Order of Oddfellows



The Jaycees are a worldwide organization of young people ranging in age from 18-40. Their mission is to contribute to the advancement of the global community by providing the opportunity for young people to develop the leadership skills, social responsibility and fellowship necessary to create positive change.

JCI Brantford (Local: Brantford, ON)

JCI Brantford is a part of a national organization of 30 local chapters from coast to coast. They are affiliated with JCI Canada, and Junior Chamber International (JCI), a global movement of dynamic and motivated men and women, with a presence in 110 nations and territories.

Kin Canada Clubs

Kin Canada is an all-Canadian service organization made up of dedicated member volunteers who serve their community’s greatest need through events and community service projects. Since 1920, Kinsmen/Kinette/Kin clubs across Canada have contributed more than $1 billion to Canadian communities and disaster relief programs beyond our borders. To learn more or get involved, find a club near you.

Kiwanis Club

Knights of Columbus

Knights of Columbus are Catholic gentlemen committed to the exemplification of charity, unity, fraternity, patriotism, and defense of the priesthood. It is firmly committed to the protection of human life, from conception to natural death, and to the preservation and defense of the family.

Lions Club

Rotary International

Shrine of North America and Shriners Hospitals for Children


Soroptimist International of Western Canada

Soroptimist International of Western Canada is a global voice for women working through awareness, advocacy and action with over 97,000 members in 120 countries. They are committed to helping women and girls internationally and in local communities in BC, Alberta, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan.

St. George’s Society of Toronto

Since its inception in 1834, the St. George’s Society of Toronto has become a stalwart symbol of British and Commonwealth heritage. It has united Torontonians from all walks of life in camaraderie, and support for their community with charitable giving. The St. George’s Society of Toronto is a registered non-profit organization. Through its member donations and fundraising events, the society donates to over 20 charitable organizations annually.