- 18 holes with cart
- Full lunch and steak / chicken dinner
- Wine tasting
- $5,000 Hole in one & many other course contests
- Cigar bar & scotch
- Free swag bag with gifts and coupons
- Silent auction – items include four tickets for Ottawa Senator’s game, Toronto Maple Leafs’ players Meet & Greet at Thundering Waters, Air Canada prizes & sweepstakes entry (2 flights to any destination), Mont Tremblant Condo; sleep 6 for 7 nights, and more!
Charitable donation tax receipts will be issued. To inquire and sign up, contact Daniel Pisani (contact information above).
This event is hosted by the Centre de santé communautaire.
No Fixed Address is an event experience to raise awareness and funds to help solve the rising problem of hidden homelessness, to educate about the reasons behind those who are calling their car “home”, and to impact individuals through an experience that will inspire them to be the voice of change for the “hidden homeless”.
No Fixed Address is a 24 hour Live-In-Your-Car-A-Thon. Like a marathon or a walk-a-thon, participants will gather sponsorships from friends and family and take part in an event that gives them a taste of what it is like to have to live in their car.
Over the course of 24 hours participants will experience just how little room a car has when you sleep in it, what a soup kitchen diet looks like and how difficult it is to find a private rest room when you most need it. They will be stretched and challenged. They will want to laugh, cry and reflect. They will leave forever changed.
This event is hosted by YWCA Niagara Region.
The Golf Marathon for Hope is 12 hours of golf or 100 holes – whatever comes first! This event will be a true test of endurance, but a whole lot of fun! Grab 3 friends and enter your foursome for a full day of golf, for a great cause.
To participate, each foursome must raise a minimum of $2,000. For more information, registration package, and pledge sheet, please visit The Hope Centre’s website.
- Welcome gifts at registration
- Kickstart breakfast
- 100 holes of golf with cart (or 12 hours)
- Refills of golf balls and tees, as needed
- Lunch on the go, and snacks/drinks provided throughout the day
- Post-round buffet dinner and awards reception
100% of net proceeds support the Hope Centre.
This fundraiser is hosted by the Hope Centre.
Push yourself to the limit at the 9th Annual Big Move Cancer Ride.
Cycle the 100K with other hardcore riders, try the 50K route for a bit of a challenge or cruise the 25K at your own pace.
Whether individually or part of a team, register today and join the ride to raise money for the Walker Family Cancer Centre!
This event is hosted by OneFoundation for Niagara Health.
Amazing Race Niagara is a fun event for families, friends or work colleagues consisting of teams of four who travel by car throughout the Niagara Region competing against each other by completing various activities in order to receive clues for the next location.
The theme revolves around being a Hero just for one day with fun activities where teams receive points to achieve the highest score!
You can be a hero just for one day & let children, youth & their families impacted by abuse in Niagara, know you care!
Pledges for this event support Kristen French Child Advocacy Centre and Niagara Chapter, Native Women Inc.
New research into the area of program sustainability has shown that there are concrete steps you can take to increase the longevity of your programs. Although many organizations diligently develop a strategic plan, few seem to draft a formal sustainability plan.
In this engaging webinar you will learn what factors can increase the sustainability odds of your program and the benefits of developing a formal sustainability plan.
At the end of this webinar you will be able to:
- define four types of program sustainability
- state the factors that promote program sustainability
- list reasons for developing a formal program sustainability plan
This webinar is hosted by Charity Village.
A website content strategy will serve as a guide for many of the decisions you’ll make. You’ll know what content you need to develop, what you can reuse or repurpose, and what content is most important. Because it creates clarity about your sites purpose, audience and the outcomes you’re seeking, a content strategy will also guide specific decisions about website design and development.
During this webinar, presenters will explore the benefits (which go far beyond content planning) of creating a clearly defined and documented website content strategy. Presenters will look at:
- Why you need to develop your content strategy before you start any website design or development work.
- The elements to include in a website content strategy along with the steps involved in building one.
- Examples of nonprofits who have benefitted from this content-first approach.
This webinar is for you if you are new to content strategy and are wondering where – and how – to start your nonprofit’s upcoming website build or redesign.
This webinar is hosted by Charity Village.