The Kin Club of Oakville

Our parent organization is Kin Canada An organization in growth mode! Kinsmen, Kinette and Kin Clubs operate only in Canada. Founded in 1920 by Hal Rogers, in Hamilton, Ontario. Famous for our World War II program "Milk for Britain" and in 2011 for the Portraits of Honour tour of Canada. Look around your local community and you will likely find buildings, parks and events sponsored by Kin. The Kin Canada charity of choice is Cystic Fibrosis Canada. We are proud to say that as of 2012, donations to that cause exceed $40,000,000.

About our Club.
Founded in 1955 as the Kinsmen Club of Oakville, we are no longer gender specific. As of July 2011 we have been authorized by Kin Canada to operate as the Kin Club of Oakville.
Some of the popular community activities we support are:The Terry Fox Run and the Oakville. For many decades our club has supported the annual Santa Claus Parade and Salvation Army Food Drive and the Jingle Bell Fund. You will see our members pushing shopping carts and carrying donation buckets at the front and back of the parade. Profits from our fundraising events are distributed to organizations and charities that have a presence in the Region of Halton.

Please note, we do NOT donate to individuals although we support organizations that do.

If you have questions please do not hesitate to leave a message for our President Paul McLeod at 289-815-5072.