We are a fun-loving, dynamic, dedicated group of volunteers helping kids and our communities.
Each lodge discovers the unique needs of their community and helps address them.
In addition, our national cause is brain injury awareness and prevention.
We love to volunteer and have fun doing it!
The Royal Purple has moved from a modest beginning to a forward thinking progressive organization.
Originally formed as an auxiliary to the Elks of Canada in 1914, known as the Royal Purple of Canada, the organization established its independent existence in 2014.
Retaining many of the rich traditions of the Royal Purple of Canada, the membership of the newly formed Canadian Royal Purple Society has embarked on a bold path of modern volunteerism.
Incorporating nationally and in five Canadian provinces, the men and women who form the membership are carrying on a brisk growth, adding one new provincial association and four new lodges in four years.
Concentrating on being a forum through which a community can organize and meet its needs, the volunteer work being done by Canadian Royal Purple members serves the needs of each lodge and each province with great enthusiasm and renewed success.
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