Putting the ‘FUN’ in Fundraising

In addition to making a donation, there are many other ways you can support Threads of Life. We have several individual and corporate fundraising options available. Fundraising ideas are limited only by your imagination!

There are many exciting and creative ideas such as car washes, bowl-a-thons, casual days, dances or simply host a dinner where – instead of gifts – guests can make a donation to Threads of Life.

Have a new idea? Great! Contact your Regional Development Coordinator (contact information below) to discuss.


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Host a Fundraising Event


A great way to support Threads of Life is through holding a Third Party Fundraising Event. We can provide all the support you need. Simply review our Guidelines for Third Party Fundraising Events (PDF) and complete and submit the form on the last page of the document to your Regional Development Coordinator.

 

 

Regional Development Coordinators:

Western Canada (BC, AB, SK & MB):
Lynn Danbrook, ldanbrook@threadsoflife.ca

Central Canada (ON):
Lorna Catrambone, lcatrambone@threadsoflife.ca

Atlantic Canada & Quebec (NS, NB, NL, PE & QC):
Kevin Bonnis kbonnis@threadsoflife.ca


All Third Party events must be approved by Threads of Life before the event can be promoted on our website, or through our social networking channels. Any use of our logo or name on printed materials, including all promotional and publicity pieces, must be approved in advance. Please contact your Regional Development Coordinator by email or by phone at 1-888-567-9490 for additional information and resources to support your event.

 

Thank you for supporting families affected by workplace tragedy!

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