The Kinsmen Foundation has been serving and helping the community since 1952.

The Kinsmen Foundation of B.C. is celebrating over 60 years of serving the needs of severely physically disabled people throughout British Columbia. The Foundation was started by the Kinsmen Club of Vancouver in 1952 to fight and find a cure for the dreaded disease, Polio. When a cure was found, the Foundation changed its focus to assist those who were stricken with this terrible disease. In later years the Foundation was expanded.

Ean Price

KINSMEN FOUNDATION FUNDING RECIEPTANT

Nancy Lear

KINSMEN FOUNDATION FUNDING RECIEPTANT

Terry Leblanc

KINSMEN FOUNDATION FUNDING RECIEPTANT

The mission of the Kinsmen Foundation is to raise funds to support many worthwhile organizations and individuals facing the daily challenges of living with a severe physical disability to improve their quality of life and independence.

The Kinsmen Foundation is the District Project of the Kinsmen and Kinette Clubs of British Columbia and Yukon, and the Kin Family takes great pride in their accomplishments over the past 60 years. To find out more about our accomplishments please follow the button below.

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The Kinsmen Foundation of BC has been a ‘leader’ in the support of people with severe physical disabilities for over 60 years. As we look forward to our future, we pause to review our past:

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Our Constitution is what the Kinsmen Foundation is built upon. Follow the button below to review our constitution as a foundation.

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