Corporate Sponsor of Oil Capital Kiwanis, Edmonton Alberta
Contact: Ruban Gill / Mohit Aggarwal
6910 Meridian Street NW Edmonton AB
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Since 1961 Oil Capital Kiwanis has devoted its energy to develop young leaders and supporting children's programmes within the Edmonton community and around the globe. Find out how you can contribute to the future of someone in need through donations of your time.
Work with members in your community and make a difference locally and globally
Reading Library for Kids
Oil Capital Kiwanis Edmonton is collecting children's books to place in areas where children can easily take a free book, return it or drop a different one they are finished with into the box. If you have books to donate contact: Kiwanis@oilcapitalkiwanis.ca
Oil Capital Kiwanis is a service club. Our mission is to develop young leadership and to provide service to those in need.
Fellowship:Our meetings consist of invited speakers, social activities and hands on service projects.
Kiwanis Member from Camrose
Sandra Dukes, our member from Camrose has made masks and sold them for a donation to support a Calgary Northmount Kiwanis Club project. The Northmount project is providing hand sanitizer for Calgarians who do not have homes. Sandra has raised enough money to purchase 100 liters of liquid sanitizer. Sandra donated over $14,000 from her mask sales to various charities in Alberta. Oil Capital Kiwanis presented her with the Mel Osborne award for her outstanding service to our Alberta Community.
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We have active members fromCamrose and around different parts of Edmonton.
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2020 Oil Capital Kiwanis Top Cop Award
Detective Rocky Hanson
Rocky Hanson joined EPS in 2009, and at the time he was already an active volunteer with the Burnewood Community League. His leadership as league president for 22 years has helped Burnewood residents create a more healthy, vibrant and inclusive community to live in, and together the league raised over a million dollars to develop two playgrounds and a multipurpose rink.
More significantly, Rocky helped establish the Spirit of Burnewood program to offer financial assistance for kids to be able to participate in recreational opportunities, and the Hungry Kids program to provide for the nutritional needs of school children which have both greatly enriched the lives of families in the area.
Rocky has also devoted over 20 years to coaching and mentoring boys and girls in hockey, soccer, football, and boxing -- helping them develop to the best of their abilities so they could be successful in athletic and in life.
Rocky Hanson is a caring and hard-working volunteer who has made a tremendous difference and he exemplifies the true spirit of community that has helped build our city.
Babysitting Safety Course
Oil Capital Kiwanis began offering a course to students over 11 years of age to prepare them for the responsibilities of babysitting. We are very excited by this project because of the positive response we have had with from our trainees and their parents. Future classes to be announced.
Contact us for more information: Kiwanis@oilcapitalkiwanis.ca
Dates for next session: TBA