The BC Lions Society for Children with Disabilities hosts many different fundraising events to help raise the funds needed to operate the BC Easter Seals Camps and Houses.
Easter Seals 24hr Relay - With over 10,000 participants, volunteers, and organizers, the 24 Hour Relay is the largest fundraiser of its kind in Canada. The event originated in Vancouver in 1979 and has been duplicated worldwide. Since 1980, the Relay has raised an extraordinary $25 million for children with disabilities. Relays are hosted in Vancouver, Victoria and Kelowna in May/June of each year. To get involved, please visit the 24hr Relay Website
Easter Seals Drop Zone - This events sees participants dressed like superheroes rappel down the side of a building in downtown Vancouver or Victoria. Participants fundraise to support the cause, and in exchange, get the thrill of a lifetime! More information on the Dropzone Website.
Easter Seals Regatta's - Regatta's hosted each summer see friendly competition that raise money for our services.
Art in the City Project - The Orca's, Bears, Eagles and Terracotta Warriors in the City projects have all been in support of the BC Lions Society for Children with Disabilities. Next up is the Terra Cotta Warriors Public Art Project.
Paper Eggs - This annual Easter Seals Campaign runs in the three weeks leading up to Easter. It’s a national marketing, awareness and fundraising campaign that benefits kids with disabilities through Easter Seals Paper Egg sales and displays. Eggs are sold at retailers and schools across the province.