CALGARY STAMPEDE

ROTARY CLUB OF CALGARY AT STAMPEDE PARK

KINSMEN CLUB OF CALGARY

The Calgary Stampede Lotteries are a tradition in our community and each year the funds raised provide much-needed financial assistance to deserving charities. As we were forced to put plans on hold in 2020, we’re determined to make the 2021 Calgary Stampede Lotteries greater than ever! Thank you to our volunteers, who for the last 70 years, have spent countless hours making the Stampede Lotteries a success. And thanks to you, for your ongoing support.
As you purchase a ticket, know you are making a difference in the lives of so many people in our community at a time of great need.

Whether bringing hope to children suffering from neurological disorders and depression through the purchase of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation equipment or helping Calgary’s less fortunate by donating beds to Inn from the Cold, food supplies and cash to the Calgary Food Bank and donations to the Salvation Army Christmas Kettle Campaign – our volunteers and partnership with Stampede Lotteries helps to ensure that the proceeds get to those who need it most. We are grateful for the opportunity to make a substantial impact in our community.

Given that the pandemic has affected everyone, the Kinsmen Club of Calgary is even more committed to our motto of “Serving the Community’s Greatest Needs”. Our largest fundraising event is the Calgary Stampede Lotteries – Kinsmen Million raffle. We rely on this vital partnership to support many charitable programs in Calgary and surrounding communities. The generosity of those who buy tickets every year allows us to continue giving where it is needed the most. In addition to providing financial support, the Kinsmen also volunteer our time to help with community projects directly.

Steve McDonough, President &
Chairman of the Board, Calgary Stampede

Penny Leckie, President,
Rotary Club of Calgary at Stampede Park

Mark Greenwood, President,
Kinsmen Club of Calgary

CALGARY STAMPEDE

The Calgary Stampede Lotteries are a tradition in our community and each year the funds raised provide much-needed financial assistance to deserving charities. As we were forced to put plans on hold in 2020, we’re determined to make the 2021 Calgary Stampede Lotteries greater than ever! Thank you to our volunteers, who for the last 70 years, have spent countless hours making the Stampede Lotteries a success. And thanks to you, for your ongoing support.
As you purchase a ticket, know you are making a difference in the lives of so many people in our community at a time of great need.

Steve McDonough, President &
Chairman of the Board, Calgary Stampede

ROTARY CLUB OF CALGARY AT STAMPEDE PARK

Whether bringing hope to children suffering from neurological disorders and depression through the purchase of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation equipment or helping Calgary’s less fortunate by donating beds to Inn from the Cold, food supplies and cash to the Calgary Food Bank and donations to the Salvation Army Christmas Kettle Campaign – our volunteers and partnership with Stampede Lotteries helps to ensure that the proceeds get to those who need it most. We are grateful for the opportunity to make a substantial impact in our community.

Penny Leckie, President,
Rotary Club of Calgary at Stampede Park

KINSMEN CLUB OF CALGARY

Given that the pandemic has affected everyone, the Kinsmen Club of Calgary is even more committed to our motto of “Serving the Community’s Greatest Needs”. Our largest fundraising event is the Calgary Stampede Lotteries – Kinsmen Million raffle. We rely on this vital partnership to support many charitable programs in Calgary and surrounding communities. The generosity of those who buy tickets every year allows us to continue giving where it is needed the most. In addition to providing financial support, the Kinsmen also volunteer our time to help with community projects directly.

Mark Greenwood, President,
Kinsmen Club of Calgary

Awarding the first Stampede Dream Home in 1958,
located in the community of Mayfair and worth $35,000!

Conducting a live draw for the 1959 winners in front
of thousands of spectators at the Stampede Grandstand.

Kinsmen Car Awards sales booth with rooftop display
of the 1960 prizes in front of the Big 4 Building.

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Since the Calgary Stampede presented its first lottery raffles in 1951, one thing has remained steadfast: a commitment to engaging and supporting our community. 

In 1952, the Kinsmen Club of Calgary approached the Stampede Lotteries to hold raffles to support youth program initiatives. This marked the beginning of a mutually beneficial and hugely successful relationship — one that was focused on giving back. 

In 1977, the Stampede extended this partnership to include the Rotary Club, awarding the first ever Calgary Stampede Rotary Dream Home later that year. 

While the prizes, partners, and popularity have evolved over the years, along with the name of the lotteries itself, the partnership has remained strong. The Calgary Stampede, the Rotary Club of Calgary at Stampede Park and the Kinsmen Club of Calgary still provide irreplaceable support to communities throughout our city and province. 

Since 2009, over $28 million has gone back into the community, providing help, hope and happiness to those who benefit most from programs. The Calgary Stampede is proud of this 70-year tradition in support of our community.

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