1…2…3… Jump For Kids!

Thanks to Ron Davison, another third party event has raised money for Coast to Coast Against Cancer Foundation. With a high dive tower on a floating dock in cottage country, Ron decided that this was an incredible opportunity to raise money for a worthy cause. For only a few bucks, families paid to show their best jumps, dives and canon balls off the high dive tower, raising $1000 for Coast to Coast just over the course of a weekend! This event was such a creative, simple, and fun way to get people involved and giving their money towards something that truly makes a difference.

 

 

Ron is a perfect example of thinking outside the box to raise money for our cause. You don’t need to be a cyclist in order to help Coast to Coast… You can create your own third party event! A third party event, or a community fundraising initiative, is an event or initiative organized by someone like yourself within the community, that raises money for childhood cancer programs across Canada – supported through us, Coast to Coast Against Cancer Foundation.

 

 

With a bit of fun and creative flair, ANYTHING can become a fundraising opportunity. Whether it be a birthday bash, hockey tournament, craft sale, dance-a-thon, bake sale, car wash or cookout… your choice: big or small, you can be involved and you can make a difference on childhood cancer! If you have an idea, we want to hear it and help you in any way we can to make sure your event is successful. Contact us at contact@ctcacf.org so we can talk about your third party fundraising event.

 

 

If you’re interested in seeking out other third party events for some inspiration, or simply to support the cause, here is what’s ahead:

Ride for Karen: Sunday, August 12th – An annual ride since 2002, with your choice of a 100km,160km or 200km ride

Paddle for Health: Saturday, September 8th – A guided paddle across Willows Beach

Knobby Tire Trek for Kids: September 15-16th – Mountain bike and hike at Tecasy Ranch

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