Host a Community Fundraising Event

Hosting an event in support of Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada is a wonderful way to pay tribute to those affected by the disease.

All across Canada people are organizing events that raise much-needed funds for programs and research while also raising awareness about brain tumours.

What is a Community Fundraising Event?

A Community Event is organized by an individual, a group of people, a company or a community group, to raise funds for Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. The event is conceived, planned and hosted by you. It can be ongoing or a one-time event, big or small.

Hosting a Community Event allows you to express your desire to do something about brain tumours in a personal and unique way. You control the type of event, who is involved, and when and where it’s held. Organizing a Community Event doesn’t need to be overwhelming or complicated. In fact, Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada has staff dedicated to helping make your event a success!

Get started today with My Community Fundraiser!

 My Community Fundraiser offers your insight and help with the following things:

  • Details about how we can help you
  • Event ideas
  • How to register your event
  • How to plan and coordinate the logistics of your event
  • How to submitting the proceeds and tax receipting information
  • How to thanking your supporters and evaluate your event
  • How to share your success!
     

Looking to raise awareness instead of funds? Head over to the Awareness Events section.

To learn more about hosting your own community event or awareness event, contact:

Eileen Quigg
Community Engagement and Events Associate
equigg@braintumour.ca
1-800-265-5106 or 519-642-7755, ext. 224

 

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