Boat Rally for Kids and Cancer
August 18 & 19th | Muskoka - ON
Boat Rally is a unique and fantastic boat event with everything we all love - community, helping fellow Canadians, being out on the water, and putting the FUN in FUNDRAISING!
This year's Boat Rally will be a two-day outdoor extravaganza where we can celebrate tremendous strides in cancer research and the fantastic Sunnybrook medical community that supports Canadians diagnosed or living with cancer! The 2023 edition will also support Kids Help Phone.
This August, teams of fundraisers will hit the waters of Muskoka to compete in an Amazing Race-style competition that's sure to get everyone in the summer spirit.
October 15th | Blue Mountain Village - ON
Teams of 2 – 20 will climb Blue Mountain together to reach the combined height of 29,092 ft., the height of Mount Everest.
Teams of 2 will climb 20 times, teams of 4 will climb the mountain 10 times, teams of 8 will climb the mountain 5 times and teams of 10 will climb the mountain 4 times. You get the idea…
Funds raised support the Blue Mountain Village Foundation and United Way Muskoka. Every participant will have an individual fundraising commitment to their best efforts with a goal of $400 per team member. All funds raised will go to support local charitable organizations.
Snowmobile Rally For Kids
February 25th | Muskoka - ON
The Snowmobile Rally for Kids is a one-of-a-kind event for charity that provides participants with fun and challenges for the whole family. As you sled from pit-stop to pit-stop all day, you will complete challenges for points against other teams participating. The scavenger hunt winner will be crowned at our Northern Lights Party.
Boat Rally For Cancer
Rally events in Toronto and Muskoka have raised over $25,000,000 for charity.
This August 19 & 20, join us in supporting
a world of possibility for Canadians and children affected and diagnosed with cancer.
Maple (Re)Leaf was a one-of-a-kind event that allowed local citizens to support mental health programs within their communities.
Our goal was to raise awareness and needed funds to make sure that all Canadians have access to the services and treatment they need to live a mentally healthy life.