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IODE New Brunswick welcomes guests and new members. Click here to view the map of New Brunswick and find a chapter near you. If there doesn't appear to be a chapter near you contact us anyway.
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Hon. Dr. C. H. Blakeny
Sir Charles G. D. Roberts
Dr. William MacIntosh
Duke of Rothesay
Katie Hazen MacKay
Doris E. Sullivan
Sir Howard Douglas
Welcome to IODE New Brunswick
IODE is a Canadian women's charitable organization serving Canada for 116 years with hundreds of chapters across Canada. We work together to enhance the quality of life for individuals through education support, community service and citizenship programs.
Are you looking for a way to meet new people, to contribute to the community in which you live, to develop friendships and have fun? All this is possible working alongside the dedicated and talented women of IODE New Brunswick.
Founder's Day 2016
First meeting in Fredericton, NB at City Hall February 1900
IODE Princess Charlotte Literacy Project
Many IODE chapters are involved with recognizing the great-granddaughter of our patron, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Chapters are collecting books suitable for young children and donating them to libraries, grief centres, schools or shelters in honour of Princess Charlotte.
Members of the IODE Katie Hazen Mackay chapter gathered to put the finishing touches on their book drive in support of the Prince George Literacy Project. They donated more than 350 books to local centres. Well done.
New Brunswick Annual Meeting
IODE in Canada
Founded in 1900, IODE Canada is a national women's charitable organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for individuals through education support, community service, and citizenship programs.
Women dedicated to a better Canada is our official motto. IODE members are filled with energy and creativity and have a clear sense of purpose. For more than 115 years in Canada, our fundraising activities have supported education and citizenship programs, and community services to those in need at home and abroad. Find out more about becoming a Member.
Visit The National Chapter of Canada IODE website at www.IODE.ca