QueenPins was started in Spring 2016 by a group of women from Halifax with the mission to raise funds for a local cause while networking with other powerful women.  The event came together at lightning speed. In around 30 days the event was planned, marketed and executed. The inaugural event in May 2016 hosted over 100 women business leaders and raised funds for the Canadian Women’s Rugby Team. Building on the momentum of that first event, we’ve held another three in support of Junior Achievement Nova Scotia, Habitat for Humanity Nova Scotia, Eating Disorders Nova Scotia and Friendly Divas. 

Join us at our next events!

Summer Networking Event, August 23, 2018
Fall Fundraiser, November 15th, 2018

So, what goes on at QueenPins?

We don’t just network. We provide a well rounded experience for all involved. Yes, we get out there and make business and personal connections. But we believe it’s just as important to showcase local business owners at exhibitor booths, host inspiring and educational speakers, and give back to the community. Our events are a platform for women and the people who support them to network, learn, and engage while supporting local causes.

The Queen Pin Award

The Queen Pin is an award given to a woman who has demonstrated extraordinary effort to improve her community.
Read about our latest recipient, Karn Nichols here!

Our Cause

The cause we will be supporting at the Fall Fundraiser will be announced at the Summer Networking Event on August 23rd. 


Do you know a cause worthy of QueenPins’ support? Complete a Cause Expression of Interest to be considered for our next event!

What are you waiting for?

Be inspired by the words of accomplished and community-minded business women as they tell personal stories of reinvention, success, and prosperity. Network with peers who support women and women-led businesses in your community, and learn more about how QueenPins can make a difference in your life and your business.

QueenPins in the News

March 26, 2018 – Halifax’s QueenPins supports, empowers local women