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Community Involvement

The Calgary Sport & Social Club is a community-minded organization that strives to support local charities, groups and causes. Fundraisers, gift cards, monetary support, and equipment and clothing donations are just a few of the ways the CSSC has committed to giving back not only to sport, but to the rest of the community as well.

Our mission: The CSSC will support the local community and help others. The Club will assist organizations that have similar values and/or a passion for making Calgary a better City for everyone to call home. As well, the CSSC will lead by example and promote ecological awareness in order to help reduce the impact on the environment.

Past Contributions

Denpasar and Pulau Sumba Churches and Orphanages
January 2019 
Brian works with churches and orphanages to give children sports equipment. Many times the equipment he distributes is the first time the children ever get to play with a real ball. The CSSC donated 15 volleyballs for Brian to take with him.

Blessed Cardinal Newman School
January 2019
The Catholic Community of Caring focuses on building respectful and compassionate school environments, rooted in Catholic values. The CSSC donated a raffle prize to help raise funds for a new playground.

Calgary Church of Christ
February and September 2019
Calgary Chuch of Christ's doors are wide open to people from all backgrounds, regardless of where they are in their spiritual journey. The CSSC donated used sports equipment for internal programming.

Calgary Corporate Challenge
February 2019
Calgary Corporate Challenge brings your corporate team-building events to a new - and way more exciting - level. The CSSC donated a prizing for Trivia night.

Cerebral Palsy Association of Alberta
February 2019
The Cerebral Palsy Association in Alberta is dedicated to enriching and supporting individuals living with cerebral palsy and other disabilities. The CSSC donated a prize package for a fundraising event.

Motionball Calgary
March 2019
Motionball helps Canadians living with an intellectual disability sign up and register for the programs offered by each Special Olympics Provincial chapter. The Gala, helps more than 47,000 athletes across the country lead healthier and happier lives. The CSSC donated a prize package for the Motionball Calgary Gala.

Chabad Lubavitch of Alberta
March 2019
Chabad Lubavitch of Alberta was established in 1988 and is dedicated to increasing the awareness, knowledge and observance of Judaism throughout the Province of Alberta. The CSSC donated used equipment and a prize package to support programming and a fundraiser.

Dave S
April 2019
Dave was in a skiing accident leaving him paraplegic earlier in the year, he was determined to back to his active and social life right away. The CSSC donated a L Screen pitcher's protector so he could play Slo-Pitch with his friends this Summer.

NICU - Foothills
May 2019
The Foothill NICU provides intensive care to newborn babies.
The CSSC donated a prize package for a fundraising event.

Calgary Rams Rugby Club
June 2019
Calgary Rams Rubgy Club provides programming for youth and adults in the sport of Rugby. The CSSC donated a prize package for a fundraising event.

Bow Valley College
June 2019
Bow Valley College helps people reach their goals for a better education. The CSSC donated free registration for two international students so they could participate in Basketball.

MRU Nursing
July 2019
Mount Royal University's offers an accredited Bachelor of Nursing program. Promoting the health and wellness of people and communities is at the heart of this undergraduate degree. The CSSC donated a prize package for a fundraising event to support the 2020 graduates.

Calgary Humane Society
September 2019
At Calgary Humane Society, we are more than a shelter. We understand that the only way we can create a future with no more homeless, abused or neglected animals is to create a more compassionate future. The CSSC donated a prize package for a staff and volunteer recognition event.

Big Brothers Big Sisters
November 2019
At Big Brothers Big Sisters, We ensure that children and youth facing adversity have the relationships they need to become resilient and realize their full potential. The CSSC donated a prize package for a fundraiser.

Colonel J Fred Scott
November 2019
At Colonel J. Fred Scot School, we help each other grow! The CSSC donated used sports equipment for internal programming.

SSC Inclusion, Anti-Discrimination and Anti-Racism Policy


The Sport and Social Club (SSC) recognizes that racism, discrimination, harassment, bullying, and violence is harmful to our community, not only for the group(s) targeted, but for all SSC participants. The SSC is committed to creating and maintaining a safe sport environment which is free of discrimination and harassment, where all individuals are treated with respect and dignity, can contribute fully and have equal opportunities. All SSC participants are expected to uphold these values and actively maintain a sport environment that fosters respect, is anti-discriminatory, and actively anti-racist. Please click here to read our full SSC Inclusion, Anti-Discrimination and Anti-Racism Policy.

Bring Your A, O, B and AB Game with Canadian Blood Services!

The need for blood is constant. Over 100,000 new blood donors are needed every year to ensure patients in Canada have access to lifesaving blood and blood products, where and when they need them. You can make a meaningful difference for those who live, work, study and play in your communities and across Canada.

When you sign up to join the Calgary Sport and Social Club (CSSC) blood donor team and book your blood donation appointment between June 1 and August 31, you will automatically be entered in a random draw to win 1 of 4 gift cards — valued at $100 — with the CSSC. Credits can be used towards any league, tournaments or events hosted by the CSSC.