Great Clips Deerfoot Meadows offered free hair cuts and collected donations for Kids Cancer Care. People also got to pose with the Grey Cup!
Randy Chevrier and Anthony Parker helped out at the Flames 1st annual Health Training Camp.
Stamps Rob Cote and Anthony Parker tried their hand at curling on Wednesday as they competed in a men-vs.-women Battle of Champions at COP.
Kids at Strathcona-Tweedsmuir School got to pose with pictures of the Grey Cup.
Corey Mace held his 2nd annual turkey drive to help families in need.
The Stamps got into the holiday spirit by lending a helping hand at the Calgary Chinook Rotary Club’s seniors’ luncheon.
Several Stamps players attended a pep rally at Varsity Acres school as the team gets ready to play in the Western Final.
The Stamps visited some companies on Red and White Day.
Brett Jones rounded up other members of the o-line to visit the One World Child Development Centre.
Salvation Army ambassadors Brandon Smith and Drew Tate helped distribute the coats donated by Stamps fans.
Cvet’s Pets has been working hard in Manitoba to raise money and awareness for their Cvet’s Pets Helping Vets program and with the help of all nine CFL teams hopes to create a footprint nationwide.
Nathan won the Stamps Kids Club colouring contest and got to have dinner at NY Fries at Market Mall with Anthony Parker and Joe West.
The Stamps were defeated by the Townsend Tigers in a wheelchair football game at the Alberta Children's Hospital.
Calgary's three post-secondary school's got together to host a flag football game last weekend for a great cause — Right to Play.
The poker event was filled with high-stakes success, raising $141,000.
QB Bo Levi Mitchell lent a helping hand to the Drumheller minor football association.
Several Stampeders players and their better halves created nearly 300 servings of delicious and nutritious soup for the women and children at the Calgary Women’s Emergency Shelter.
Yannick Carter, along with teammates Martell Mallett and Jeff Fuller, attended the Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society's Jail'N'Bail event on Saturday.
Corey Mace and Quincy Butler headed up the QE2, spending a few hours helping run a practice for Innisfail’s minor football association.
Randy Chevrier, Keon Raymond and Anthony Parker helped kick off the Leading Change program in partnership with ACWS.
Stamps Rob Maver and Rene Paredes tested their kicking skills.