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June 2023
Meeting Time: 
Business Meeting:
6:30 First Tuesday of The Month
Social Meeting:
6:30 Third Tuesday of the Month
Meeting Location:
Risen Christ Catholic Parish
Parish Hall
3060 S Monaco Pkwy
Denver CO  80222
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The Knights of Columbus Council 13301 have a new source of Fund Raising.  You can link your King Soopers cards to the council.  Every time you shop at King Soopers and scan your card King Soopers will donate a portion of your purchase to the council.   There is no cost to you.
To link your card please follow these steps:
  1. If you do not have a loyalty card you can get one at any King Soopers or Kroger store for that matter.
  2. Go to the King Soopers website:
  3. Sign into the account by clicking on the Sign-in button on the top right
    1. Either sign into an account you have already created
    2. click create an account
  4. Hover your mouse over "Account" in the upper right. Click my Account
  5. At "My Account Page" click "Community Rewards - Left side of screen
  6. In the Search box simply type XC651 or Knights of Columbus Council 13301
  7. Click Enroll
  8. You should now be enrolled.  Be sure to bring your card with you to King Soopers grocery and gas station.  Be sure to Scan your card for savings and to help the club get a donation.  
Note when I did this, I got an error that the service was not working and to log back in later.  When I logged backed later, I found that I was magically enrolled.  You may need to be a bit patient.
Let me know if you have any questions or run into any problems.
Council 13301 organized a parish diaper drive for Marisol Families in October.
 Date: April 28th - 30th, 2023
 Location: Hyatt Regency Aurora-Denver Conference Center 13200 E 14th Pl, Aurora, CO 80011

April 28th - 30th, 2023

Hyatt Regency Aurora-Denver Conference Center
13200 E 14th Pl, Aurora, CO 80011


2022 charitable-giving efforts assist the most vulnerable populations in New Haven and surrounding area.


The Knights of Columbus Supreme Council continued its annual charitable-giving efforts in 2022 through donations that serve the most vulnerable populations in New Haven and the surrounding area. This year, the Knights of Columbus donated a total of $100,000 to 18 local charities, including homeless shelters, soup kitchens and food pantries, assisted living and senior care centers.

“Charitable work has always been at the heart of our mission, since Blessed Michael McGivney founded the Knights of Columbus 140 years ago at New Haven’s St. Mary’s Church,” said Supreme Knight Patrick Kelly. “The Knights of Columbus and our charitable impact now extend internationally, but New Haven will always be our home. We are proud to continue our support for the charitable organizations that serve our neighbors in need.”

In response to growing food insecurities across Connecticut in 2022, the Knights of Columbus donated $25,000 to Connecticut Foodshare and $10,000 to Little Sisters of the Poor, who care for the elderly poor.

Among the organizations receiving charitable donations are: Christ the Bread of Life, St. Luke’s Lunch for Women & Children, St. Thomas More Soup Kitchen, Life Haven, Loaves & Fishes Food Pantry, Columbus House, Connecticut Hospice Inc., Farnam Neighborhood House, Community Soup Kitchen, The Salvation Army, Immanuel Missionary Baptist Church, Christian Community Action, A Place to Nourish Your Health (APNH), Downtown Evening Soup Kitchen, Community Dining Room, and the Mary Wade Home.

For the 13th consecutive year, Knights of Columbus councils held the Knights’ signature Coats for Kids distribution on Black Friday, Nov. 25, handing out thousands of winter coats at sites across the nation. Since the program’s introduction, 8,000 councils throughout the United States and Canada have provided more than 949,000 coats to children in need. In addition, on Giving Tuesday, Nov. 29, councils collected more than $812,000 in donations, which will be used to secure over 40,800 coats to distribute to children in need next winter.

Additionally, the Knights of Columbus partners with several organizations to strengthen its charitable efforts, including Special Olympics, Habitat for Humanity, American Wheelchair Mission, Gary Sinise Foundation and Catholic Near East Welfare Association (CNEWA).

Earlier this month our annual dues invoice was sent out to each member in the council.  Our dues are necessary to pay national and state fees we incur on each of our members as well as operational expenses necessary for club operations throughout the year.  If you have not already paid your annual $48 annual dues please send your check to:
Knights of Columbus Council 13301
Care of Robert Scott
9132 E Harvard Ave
Denver CO  80231
or pay on-line by clicking on the link below