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Times have changed and so have we. Not only do we have Kin, Kinsmen and Kinette Clubs, but also Kin Campus and Family Clubs. Being more than a volunteer is easy – join or charter one of almost 500 Kin Canada service clubs bettering their communities and changing lives.

Introducing the South Okanagan KIN Club!!

It is OFFICIAL!! The Penticton Kinette Club is now the SOUTH OKANAGAN KIN CLUB!! We are a men’s and women’s service group ‘Serving the Communities Greatest Needs’ from Summerland to Osoyoos. Keep posted for more information about our exciting events coming up over the next couple of months.

Want to be part of the excitement?  Visit our Contact Us page to send us a note – we would love to meet you!Canada Rocks


As We Pause to Remember…..

Logo-PortraitsOfHonourAs we pause to remember those who have fallen in wars fought long ago, most Canadians’ thoughts will also turn to those soldiers who lost their live just this year on our home soil.

Please also take time to remember those who came home from war broken, physically and emotionally, whether they be 40 or 90 years old.

The Kin Canada National service project Portaits of Honour raises funds for the families of those soldiers who did not return from Afghanistan, and to support those soldiers who returned with life-changing physical injuries and emotional trauma.


Note: Picture and Logo copied from Portraits of Honour website