We all want to make a difference, and with SCI BC, it’s easier than you think!
Every year, people across the province plan fundraising events to help people with disabilities in our community. These events can be small and simple, or big and elaborate—we welcome all of your ideas and truly appreciate your effort. After all, it’s because of people like you that we can continue to make sure everyone with spinal cord injury or related physical disability in BC can adjust, adapt, and thrive.
How Can Your Fundraise for SCI BC?
Here are a few events people have organized in the past:
- Birthday parties
- Bake sales
- Car washes
- Cocktail parties and dinners
- Garage Sales
- Benefit concerts
- Golf tournaments
- Charity races
Our fundraising team is always willing to lend a hand to bring your fundraising vision to life. We can help brainstorm ideas, offer advice, promote your efforts and assist with processing donations. Please reach out to us to get the ball rolling!
Contact our Manager of Philanthropy, Krystyna Pangilinan at email@example.com or 604-326-1222 to learn more.
*Please note, if you are submitting donations from a fundraising group, e.g. a group of employees, friends, etc. you must submit the names, addresses and amounts that each donor gave in order for SCI BC to legally receipt the donations.
Use this tool to create your own fundraising page through our charity partner, CanadaHelps. Simply click the link below, register for your account and follow the directions to create your very own page.
*Please note, Spinal Cord Injury BC is referred to as the Canadian Paraplegic Association on this platform. It is our registered charity name.
Join an SCI BC Fundraising Event
There are many ways to get involved at an SCI BC fundraising event – participate, donate, or help spread the word! Our annual events include, charity races, raffle draws, online auctions and more. Check out the current fundraising events for this year.
Thanks to you, we are able to continue to provide support for people with spinal cord injuries and related physical disabilities across BC. Learn more about the difference you are making in the lives of our members.