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Giving Tuesday 2022

What is Giving Tuesday?

Giving Tuesday is a global movement that aims to encourage people to spread generosity through philanthropy. Giving Tuesday takes place every year on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving and Cyber Monday. Ultimately, the day serves as a reminder for people to give back in whatever amount, form, or act of kindness they can.

This year, Giving Tuesday falls on November 29. There are 3 different organizations that are preferred for Knights of Columbus members and their families.

Coats for Kids

Winter is right around the corner bringing with it blustery cold days. If weather predictions come to fruition, it could be a record-cold year for multiple regions across North America.

If you’re fortunate to have a warm winter coat, count your blessings. But many children right in our own backyards don’t have this basic necessity, especially with the rising costs of food, gas, and heating.

As families struggle to pay for these basic expenses, others ask: “How can I help?”

Knights of Columbus invites you to join us on November 29th when we once again participate in Giving Tuesday – an international day of giving – to support our Coats for Kids campaign.

Plan now to help as we begin building momentum! Please mark your calendar for GivingTuesday, November 29th and join in on the excitement!

DONATE NOW

Sincerely,
Patrick Diener
Director, Knights of Columbus Charities

Ukrainian Displaced Person Fund

The Saskatchewan Knights of Columbus Charitable Foundation has set up a start-up fund to bring hope to Ukrainian refugees through the Charitable Foundation “Ukrainian Displaced Person Fund”.

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The Saskatchewan Knights of Columbus Charitable Foundation has set up a start-up fund to bring hope to Ukrainian refugees through the Charitable Foundation “Ukrainian Displaced Person Fund”.

Show your support for Saskatchewan Knights of Columbus Charitable Foundation

Blackstrap Youth Camp

Blackstrap Youth Camp offers week-long overnight camps during July and the beginning of August. There are four different weeks available for the 2023 summer for elementary school children aged 8-14. The Saskatoon Knights of Columbus Blackstrap Youth Camp is a charitable non-profit organization. While camper registration fees cover a portion of operational and maintenance costs, Blackstrap Youth Camp would not be able to operate each and every year without the generous support of our community.

Show your support for Blackstrap Youth Camp

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