Celebrate the special moments in your life by giving back to nature.
When you share your birthday, wedding, graduation, anniversary or other special moment with WWF-Canada, your personal milestone helps wildlife, nature and people thrive together.
Hosting a fundraiser is a meaningful way to give back to nature and have a great time with your friends and family. It is easy to do and WWF-Canada will help you every step of the way.Create a personal fundraising event now
Are you celebrating with a friend or a group of people? Create a team fundraising page to share in the fun.Create a team fundraising event now
Celebrating a birthday or another special occasion? Support wildlife at the same time by turning your party into an ECHOage party. Guests are invited to make a contribution that is split between a group gift for you and a cause of your choice. Plus, ECHOage offers personalized invitations and thank-you notes for guests. Learn more here.
Instead of asking for presents, ask for donations to your fundraising page to help protect wildlife.
Use your fundraising page as a wildlife holiday party invitation by emailing everyone the link. They can see all your party details and make a donation.
Support WWF-Canada’s conservation work for your bar/bat mitzvah project and ask your family and friends to help.
Mark a special anniversary by asking loved ones to donate to your fundraising page, commemorating your shared commitment to conservation.
Instead of a gift registry, ask your guests to make a donation to WWF-Canada to celebrate your commitment to nature and one another. Include a link to your fundraising page with your wedding invitations or on your wedding website.
Celebrate your special achievement by helping WWF-Canada achieve its conservation goals through your fundraising page.
Whether you are fundraising online, or prefer to fundraise in person and on paper, we have the tools you need. Download our fundraising event resources kit here. Or, contact us at 1-800-26-PANDA (72632) or firstname.lastname@example.org to request a free resource kit be sent to you in the mail. The kit includes: