Host a Community Event

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

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!

What type of event can I host?

You are only as restricted as your imagination, time, and energy! We have helped host multiple different types of event. Here are some of them.

  • Appreciation Days
  • Bake Sales
  • Barbeques
  • Basketball Tournament
  • Bike Rides (across Canada and Europe!)
  • Car Shows
  • Comedy Nights
  • Concerts
  • Fashion Shows
  • Fitness Challenges
  • Garage Sales
  • Golf Tournaments
  • Halloween Parties
  • Hockey Games
  • Ice Cream Parties
  • Kiss A Cow!
  • Marathons / Running Events
  • Scavenger Hunts
  • Sports Events
  • SUPERKIDS events
  • Talent Shows
  • Tea Parties
  • Trivia Nights
  • Valentine’s Day themes

If you need more inspiration, or are looking for more tips of how to run a successful event, please see My Community Fundraiser .

Register your event

Once you have decided what type of event is right for you, please contact Eileen at equigg@braintumour.ca or 1-800-265-5106 ext. 224 to get started and register today!

Eileen can help make your event successful. We cannot wait to hear more about your plans.

Thank you!

Help for Canadians affected by a brain tumour is made possible by the generosity of people like you. Programs and services as well as critical research is funded solely through contributions from individuals, corporations and foundations.