KMSS is proud to be involved in our community. We strongly believe in supporting local causes and the Calgary community.

In 2016, the Firm raised $5,041 for 13 different charities, including the United Way and Movember. We also facilitated a number of donation drives including filling a dozen knapsacks with school supplies for Calgary’s kids, a drive collecting much needed items for our neighbors in Fort McMurray, and most recently a drive collecting gently-used clothes and household items for the Women in Need Society.

The firm also contributed 130 hours of firm time to volunteer at the warehouse organizing donations for the Women In Need Society in the fall of 2016.

KMSS’s Recent Community Involvement

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We are Proud to Support the Prevention of Impaired Driving

We are proud to be a part of increasing the awareness of impaired driving prevention along with 660 News.

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Proud to Support Kids Help Phone

Click below to listen to the clip airing the week of December 12, 2016. We are proud to be support Kids Help Phone along with 660 News. We remind you that the stress of the Holidays can be overwhelming. For young people, it can even lead to thoughts of suicide. But there is a way to help. You can give the “gift of time” with a Kids Help Phone counselor. With your support, Canadian children can access Kids Help Phone from anywhere – anytime. Please visit kidshelpphone.ca to learn how you can “buy a kid some time.”

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2016 KMSS Movember MoBros

Another Successful Movember Campaign in the Books

It has been another great Movember, and it is with heavy hearts that we say goodbye to all the moustaches. Today is the beginning of a new month and the official end of another successful Movember campaign. As we move into December, we say goodbye to some fine moustaches and good riddance to some not so fine moustaches.

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We Support Fort McMurray

The devastation of the Fort McMurray wildfires has impacted many of us. The partners of KMSS together with all the partners of the DFK Canada firms donated $113,500 to the Canadian Red Cross.

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