Telethon Broadcasted on CTV Windsor and Bell Media Radio on Sunday, April 23, 2023, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
At St. Clair College, 2000 Talbot Road West, Windsor, ON
Involvement in a telethon, through donations, on-air participation and corporate sponsorship is recognized by audiences as a time-honoured expression of community engagement.
Our exclusive sponsorship opportunities will enable you to showcase your organization as a leader in community giving, align your brand with a respected and recognized children’s charity and make authentic, emotional connections between your brand and our loyal audience. Most importantly, the funds you have provided will directly impact the lives of the kids and families who depend on the support of Easter Seals.
The Telethon which will be broadcast on CTV Windsor, in communities across Southwestern Ontario, features interviews with Easter Seals kids and their families, inspiring stories, cheque presentations and celebrity hosts, including personalities from Bell Media, CTV Windsor and other top-tier media outlets.
With the excitement of participating in a television broadcast, the Easter Seals Telethon offers our partners the unique opportunity to simultaneously build their profile, engage stakeholders, and give back to their communities.
Don’t miss this significant opportunity for your company to become involved with one of Windsor’s most cherished fundraising events while supporting Easter Seals Ontario and our commitment to helping children and youth with physical disabilities succeed.
Where to watch
CTV 2—which broadcasts a high-definition digital signal on channel 26.1 in downtown Windsor and channel 16.1 in Essex County. It can also be seen on Cogeco Cable channel 6 in standard definition, on channel 803 in high definition, on Bell Satellite TV channel SD 585, and on Shaw channel 645, channel 99 in the advance lineup.
Did you know?
Easter Seals Ontario’s birthplace is Windsor, Ontario. The organization, which was formerly the Ontario Society for Crippled Children, was established on November 28, 1922 thanks to the support of the Rotary Club of Windsor 1918.