Welcome to the 11th Annual Jamboree for Charity!

Craig Senyk Initiatives is proud to announce that the eleventh annual Jamboree for Charity (Calgary) will be held on Saturday, June 3rd, 2023 at the Calgary Petroleum Club. VIP guests will be treated to live performances by musical artists Tom Cochrane, the James Barker Band, Patricia Conroy, Hailey Benedict and more! 

Guests can also RSVP to attend our post-event brunch on Sunday, June 4th. Join us at this intimate, all-acoustic Songwriters’ Circle. This Blue Jay Sessions brunch will feature musical artists Mallory Johnson, TAYLR, Natalia Chai, Devin Cooper, Emmet Michael, Kristin Carter, Tommy Charles, and Tyler Lewis.

This exclusive VIP-concert is sponsored by Mawer Investment Management. Presented by Craig Senyk Initiatives, the Jamboree is an annual event that features top Canadian country talent in intimate live-concert settings. This is an invite-only event for VIP guests.

All proceeds from the event will go to Hull Services and their mission to provide leading edge mental health services for children, youth and families. While there is no cost to attend the event, guests are invited to donate generously.

11th Annual Jamboree Event Info

Date: June 4, 2023

Time: 6:00 p.m. – 1:00 a.m.

Location: The Petroleum Club  |  319 5 Ave SW, Calgary, AB   |  Click here to get directions

Dress Code: Country and Western. Dust off your cowboy boots and don your best cowboy hat!

Details: By invite only. Only 500 RSVPS available. Dinner included. Cash bar. No charge to attend.

Charity: Donations accepted to support the important work of Hull Services, a leader in providing child, youth, and family mental health services.


Songwriters' Circle Event Info

Join us for an intimate, all-acoustic Songwriters’ Circle. This Blue Jay Sessions brunch will take place on Sunday, June 4, 2023, following the Jamboree for Charity.

Date: June 4, 2023

Time: Doors open 11 a.m.

Location: The Petroleum Club |  319 5 Ave SW, Calgary, AB   |  Click here to get directions

Details: Cash bar with food available for purchase. By invite only; invites are not transferable.


The Impact of Your Support

10 – 20% of young people in Canada struggle with a mental or behavioral health challenge every day; often alone and with far reaching consequences. When trauma, such as sexual, physical, or emotional abuse, neglect, domestic violence, poverty, and other social disadvantages, occurs during a child’s formative years, it can impact their brain development. This affects their behaviour, and physical, mental and emotional health, leading to addiction and related health issues, school dropout, anxiety disorders, violence, crime, self-harm and suicide.

For over 60 years, Hull Services has been providing leading edge child, youth and family mental health services to those who have experienced trauma. We use innovative and evidence-based programs to provide support to children, youth and families experiencing mental health struggles, behavioural problems, developmental delay, neglect, abuse and trauma. Hull Services offers a wide spectrum of services and programs from 24 hour, live-in care for children and youth to supports in the community for families.

When you support Hull Services, you are making an investment in the lives of people; you are telling kids that they matter and that their future can be so much brighter than their past.


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