Athlete Fundraising Campaigns
I recently had some DC SnapBack hats made up and am really happy with how they turned out! There are two different styles (large or small logo) and both have raised lettering. $40/hat.
We created a campaign where people can contribute to individual athletes & also contribute to the entire team where your contribution will be split equally amongst the Canadian team members.
“Take a moment” is a colouring book/journal/quote compilation/cookbook hybrid that combines some of the best activities for de-stressing and practicing mindfulness. It is my offering to teens, kids, and adults alike who find themselves in need of a “moment”.
In order to support my cycling career, I have decided to sell this book as a fundraiser. It is my sincerest hope that this book will help you find moments of mindfulness (and in the process, help me pursue my Olympic dreams :) ). I greatly appreciate all purchases… and I hope that you enjoy the book!.
It's been almost a week since I've started this campaign, not going to lie it's taking waaay more time than I expected, but I have to keep it running, and keep making it fun for you guys as well. My racing season in Europe is started this weekend in Galivare with a classic sprint on Saturday and 15km individual skate today (Sunday).
Once again Canadian Olympian Justin Kripps is set to take on the world during the 2015-2016 Bobsleigh World Cup tour. This T-Shirt fundraiser is an effort to offset the cost of team fees and equipment for the season. Thanks for your help!
To get in the best possible shape for the up coming Olympics and Pan-Am Games, I decided to live predominantly in Europe to get access to the best venues. I figured that the most cost effective way to do this would be to live in a caravan and merge my accommodation and travel costs.
For our latest project, we have teamed up with the Canadian Liver Foundation, to outfit Canadian Ski Team member, and Olympic bronze medalist, Jan Hudec, in an inspiring helmet for the Lake Louise Alpine Ski World Cup races on November 28 and 29 in Lake Louise, Alberta.
My name is Ivan Babikov and I've been a cross-country skier my whole life :)
I have competed at 3 Winter Olympic Games, 4 World Championships, and started in 140+ World Cup races. I'm a World Cup gold and 2 times bronze medalist, a multiple times Canadian, USA and Russian National Champion.
My goals this season is to be on the podium of any World Cup race specially in March, when World Cup finals will be coming to my home town, Canmore Alberta. Come out and cheer!
My name is Britt Phelan. I am a 2014 alpine skiing Olympian, and was part of the Canadian Alpine Ski Team for 8 years.
I have now changed my path, but still pursuing the same dream I’ve had since I was 4 years old; to be the best skier in the world. Just with some added air time and traffic. The Ski Cross National Team has given me an amazing opportunity to pursue my dreams of winning an Olympic medal.
Things are going well, and I get to go fast! Last season I was number 2 in Canada, and 22 in the World. There is much work to be done as I fine tune these new skills, but a new issue presented itself recently.
Canada Skeleton is broke.
Only 8 months left to Olympic qualifications for the 2016 Games!! In order to qualify I will compete in about 10 tournaments all over the world in the next months.
Of course, all those tournaments will be very expensive (airfare, hotel, registration, meals, etc.) and most of them will be entirely at my expense. This is why I am asking for your help!
With the help of some awesome supporters, I’m going to be throwing a cocktail party on the one night I’m in Ottawa between Sölden and pre season training in Colorado.
Friday, October 30th, at the Sidedoor restaurant in the Market from 5-7pm.
I am a National team athlete that competes in the 400m hurdles, while living and training in Windsor. At the end of the 2015 season, I was ranked 47th in the world!
I am asking for any help you can offer to support my journey through the 2016 season as I strive to represent Canada at the Olympics!
For this testing camp, we required a time of 4:85 or better in order to be eligible to compete for a spot on the World Cup circuit. Unfortunately, the fee to compete on the World Cup circuit this year is $22,500 – all completely self-funded.
The fine folks at ACA have come up with a really neat idea to help us athletes raise a bit of cash, promote our brands, an create our own ‘jersey’; enter the Road to Korea jacket!
Sports bodies often talk about how athletes don’t succeed without help from a lot of people along the way, but neither does anyone else. That’s why Roos wanted a campaign to celebrate everyone who impacts an athlete’s life.
For each of our projects, we connect an athlete, an artist, and a child battling illness to collaborate on a helmet design that will be worn in competition by the athlete.
CAN Fund is a not for profit organization devoted solely to raising funds and awareness of our Canadian athletes.
Canadian Olympic Foundation and Help build an Olympian. Donate to the foundation or select an athlete development pillar and give the gift of sport.