Fundraise for our cause
Fundraisers are the epitome of community spirit and intrinsic to the success of our organization. No matter the size, every contribution makes an impact on Three to Be and the children we support. Generous acts of kindness and compassion help fuel our work and show our PAL families how many people care about them.
Fundraising for the cause you are passionate about can be as easy as doing something you enjoy.
Some of the most successful fundraisers are created from an idea you already have. The Toronto Parking Authority is a great example of this, they host an annual golf tournament for employees to participate in and by adding a philanthropic twist they raised $35,000 in support of Three to Be!
Since 2012, ECHOage parties have
raised $30,000 for Three to Be
Choose Three to Be as your charity of choice
and give children with brain disorders the best gift of all, the gift of hope
ECHOage is an online service that turns your celebration into a way to help Three to Be support children with neurological disorders. Kids get the gifts they want and learn the importance of giving back – in a fun and easy way.
- Free online invitations
- Secure gift and charity giving
- Contribution tracker
- RSVP manager
- Thank you notes
Join us in providing here and now supports for children and their families by ECHOaging your party today.
Toronto Parking Authority
First Foundations Move-a-Thon
Sydney’s Lemonade Stand
Zoe’s CycleBar Birthday
This year alone! The Toronto Parking Authority’s Charity Golf Tournament raised $40,000, with all funds donated to our organization.
The Move-a-Thon fundraiser hosted by the First Foundations Children’s Academy has raised over $22,300 in the past four years, in support of Three to Be.
Sydney is a Three to Be champion! This summer, she raised over $635 at her lemonade stand and donated all of the proceeds to support kids with brain disorders.
Zoe has a philanthropic spirit! She raised $1,000 for Three to Be by organizing a Birthday fundraiser at CycleBar Leaside so kids with special needs have opportunities to enjoy being active too!