Host Your Own Event
Support children with physical disabilities by hosting your own creative fundraising event.
Fundraising Made Easy
Plan Your Event
Set your event details like fundraising goals, invite list, prizes, and date of the event.
Create an Easter Seals Ontario Event Page
An online fundraising page will allow you to easily share your event with others, collect registration details, offer registrants the ability to promote your event, and collect donations online.
Promote Your Event!
Create your own event landing page through the Easter Seals online module, build hype on social media, spread the word to your friends, family, and community, and ask local businesses to support it. Host a successful event that will make a life-changing impact.
Video Game Tournament
It’s a new generation. Bring your friends, family, or community together to play a classic multiplayer game. The winning team takes all and earns bragging rights!
Donations make great gifts. Set up your personal web page and ask family and friends to make a donation instead of giving gifts for a birthday, graduation, or wedding.
Fundraise by having a friendly sports tournament with your friends and family, or organize a bigger event for the community to participate in.
Help a Neighbour
Lend a helping hand to your community in return for donations. It can be as simple as shovelling after a big snowfall or mowing your neighbour’s lawn. Help out wherever you can.
Get baking! Bake goodies to sell to your community, workplace, or school in support of kids with physical disabilities.
Collect spare change in a jar at school, home, or a local business. Whichever team’s jar weighs the most wins the competition.
Get Kids Involved
Getting kids involved in fundraising for Easter Seals Ontario teaches them the importance of volunteering and giving back to the community from a young age.
Need Inspiration? See what other people have done.
John Fraser Secondary School is Hosting a Fundraising Event
John Fraser Secondary School is hosting a school wide fundraising event to support kids with physical disabilities.