• Great Scots!
  • $25 Membership 2020

    Help us support the organizations that keep our culture alive! <More Info>

  • Charities

    We raise funds for a wide variety of worthy charities across Toronto. More info >

  • George Brown

    The Society’s founders played key roles in the early years of Toronto and the formation of Canada. More info >

Established in 1836 to assist immigrants from Scotland, the St. Andrew’s Society of Toronto remains a vital part of the city’s cultural and charitable community.

Ceud mile failte*
A hundred thousand welcomes to Canada’s largest Scottish society.

*Pronounced kay-u(d)t  meel-ih  falsh-uh. Now you can greet one another with confidence!

Join the Society

Our events and membership are open to the public. You are invited to participate in our cultural endeavours and our hands-on community support.

Become a member

Renew your membership

Renew your Society membership instantly with our online form.

Find out how

Register for the Ball

Our St. Andrew’s Charity Ball is an amazing opportunity to experience the skirl of bagpipes in gowned and kilted splendour.

More info

What’s New

We are very sorry, but all social events are cancelled until further notice due to COVID-19.

Stay home. Wash your hands. Practice physical distancing, and wear a mask when you have to go out.

Stay in touch by phone, Skype, Zoom, email or handwritten letters!

We look forward to gathering together again when it is safe

  • Read about the exciting events and grant recipients–check out some photos– on the What’s New Page

  • Have you renewed your membership this year?  Every membership and additional contribution counts towards helping our charitable partners!

  • If you’re into history, check out this exciting research project about Sir Robert Watson-Watt

  • Check out the upcoming events calendar

  • Interested in volunteering with the St. Andrew’s Society? Join a committee or pitch in at an event– contact us

Upcoming Events

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  • Upcoming Events

    1. Great Scots! Canadian authors with links to Scotland

      April 21 @ 7:30 pm - 8:45 pm