Stamps LB Yannick Carter shaved off his dreadlocks — which he'd had for 14 years — and raised over $10,000 for the Canadian Cancer Society.
Nov. 6, 2013 was Red and White Day in Calgary and the Stampeders were all over town and ended at a pep rally at Mother Mary Greene school.
Nine-year-old Owen Quinn won the Stampeders Kids Club Colouring Contest and met Stamps players Anthony Parker, Bo Levi Mitchell and Larry Taylor at New York Fries in Market Mall for lunch on Sept. 24, 2013.
The Stampeders held their annual golf tournament on Aug. 26 in support of the Stampeders Foundation and local amateur football.
Players served customers at Tim Hortons around the city for Tim Hortons Camp Day.
The Stamps headed to Lethbridge for Junior Stamps Camp on June 1, 2013.
Fans celebrated the unofficial kickoff to the 2013 football season at Fanfest on May 25.
On May 5, 2013, Rob Cote, Matt Walter, members of the Outriders and Ralph the Dog helped raise over $121,000 for Hospice Calgary.
The Stampeders were busy in the community during the month of April.
It's a Snap 101 and the first annual It's a Snap 201 took place at McMahon Stadium on April 24 - 25.
The Stamps were active in the community throughout the month of March.
The Stampeders basketball team hit the court again this spring to take on Calgary area schools.
Dimitri Tsoumpas, Randy Chevrier, Rob Cote and Ralph the Dog attended the annual CUPS Christmas in January Dinner on Jan. 30 to help feed some of the community's less fortunate.
Stamps visit Captain John Palliser School for playoff rally
PinkPower media photo shoot
The Stamps rookies conducted a KidSport camp as part of Red and White Day in Medicine Hat.
Mother Nature co-operated Saturday as thousands of Stamps fans descended on McMahon Stadium for Fanfest.
Rob Cote, the Stamps and the Outriders are proud to continue to support Hospice Calgary by taking part in the Hike for Hospice.
Thanks to the enthusiastic participation of the fans, the 22nd annual It's a Snap seminar was again a huge success.