Crossfield Elks Lodge 416

The Elks of Alberta collectively help fund the Institute for Stuttering Treatment and Research (ISTAR) located in the University of Alberta and the Tabs for Tots campaign that has funded more than $120,000 worth of equipment for Neonatal Intensive Care Units across Alberta through the collection of pop can tabs that are then sold as scrap metal. They are also contributing to the National Charity of the Elks & Royal Purple of Canada’s Funds for Children that helps children in need across Canada by buying them hearing implants and funding medical equipment.

When the community finds a need, the Elks are there to step in and help

Crossfield Demolition Derby - A success

June 17th, 2017
Thank you for your continued support. The demolition derby this year was rained out on June 10th so Read More

Canadian Elks

Charles E. Redeker
Founded September 26, 1912 and incorporated under a special Dominion of Canada Charter. The first lo Read More

Our Projects

National, Local Programs
National Programs include the Elks and Royal Purple Fund for Children. The Elks of Crossfield have Read More

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