History of the Association of May Court Clubs of Canada

In 1898, Lady Aberdeen, wife of the Governor-General of Canada,

held a May Day Party on the grounds of Rideau Hall in Ottawa. She spoke to over 100 privileged young women, urging them to use their resources to help those less fortunate than themselves. From that beginning, the May Court Club was established.

From that beginning, the May Court Club was established. At present, there are member clubs now working in the following nine cities across Ontario:

Ottawa
London
Windsor
St. Catherines
Chatham
Oakville
Brockville
Kitchener-Waterloo
Barrie

Where your funds go


Monies raised at the resale shop, as well as the various social and fundraising events throughout the year have been directed to children at:


Book of My Own

Catholic Central Bursary

Catholic Central Christmas Dinner

Children’s Aid Society

Community Partnership Homework Club

Family Respite Services

Film Camp for Kids & Youth

Kiwanis Club Sunshine Point Camp

Kiwanis Music Festival

Learning Disabilities Association

Maryvale Adolescent & Family Service

Multicultural Council Camp

Sandwich Teen Action Group

St. Clair Scholarship Fund

Westview Freedom Academy

Windsor Essex Safety Patrol

Windsor Essex Theraputic Ride

Windsor Essex Trans Youth Action

Windsor Police Service, Camp Brombal

Windsor Residence for Young Men

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