Fundraise to Send Kids to Camp this summer.
Moorelands Kids’ Send a Kid to Camp (SAK) fundraising campaign kicks off in early spring. Will you join our growing group of supporters who help send hundreds of kids from low-income neighbourhoods to camp every year?
Here’s how you can empower a child through a fundraiser of your own:
1. Choose Your Fun
From barbeques to birthday pledges, there are so many ways you can help raise money to send a kid to camp. Click here to read about some of last year’s fundraisers, or check out this list of some of our favourite fundraising ideas.
2. Pledge Your Commitment
Pledge your commitment to be a SAK fundraiser and we’ll be in touch shortly to help you set up your online fundraising page, promote your event, and supply you with resources.
3. Fundraise with Friends
Everyone can join the fun! Get the word out, share your fundraiser on social media, and let your friends, family and followers know why you are choosing to help send kids to Moorelands Camp this year.
YOU can give kids from low-income neighbourhoods a summer to remember — filled with friendship, leadership, learning and FUN!
Fundraise with Friends
Fundraising doesn’t have to be time-consuming. There are many fundraising options, from marathons to golf tournaments, to Facebook fundraisers and barbeques — and every effort makes a difference towards our mission!
Bring your creative ideas to life! YOU can send kids to camp by turning your creativity into action!
How Moorelands Will Support Your Fundraiser:
- We can offer online fundraising tools and resources to share with friends about Moorelands Camp.
- Moorelands Kids can send a support letter to validate the authenticity of your event.
- Our communications team can help provide event ideas, planning advice, and social media support to promote your fundraiser.
- If applicable, we can provide an “In Support of Moorelands Kids” logo for your use.
- Moorelands Kids can issue tax receipts according to Canada Revenue Agency guidelines, if applicable. Download our Fundraise with Friends Kit to learn more.
Pledge to be a SAK fundraiser and we will reach out to you with next steps!
Frequently Asked Questions
Moorelands Kids has created a Fundraise with Friends Kit to help get you started planning your event.
If you would like promotional support for your event, Moorelands Kids is happy to include details in our online communications (emails, social media, etc.) We can also post your fundraiser on our Events web page.
Any additional promotion is the responsibility of the event organizers. All publicity for the proposed event must be approved by Moorelands Kids prior to being printed and/or released, including web content, press releases and printed materials. Please forward all content for approval at least 10 days in advance of release to Colette Halferty at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions about how our communications team can support your fundraiser, send us an email or call us at 416-466-9987 ext. 307.
Moorelands Kids can host a web page for your event on our website, www.moorelands.ca. This page can be used to gather donations from your fundraiser. If you are interested, please fill out our inquiry form below.
It is the responsibility of the event organizers to create a budget and manage expenses accordingly.
It is the responsibility of the event organizers to recruit, train and manage all volunteers.
Moorelands Kids will not be responsible for any damage or accidents to any persons or property; we will not assume any legal or financial liability caused before, during or after the event.
Depending upon the nature of the third party event, the organizer may be required by Moorelands Kids to submit proof of general liability insurance in the amount of $2,000,000 or such other amount which covers any damage or accidents to persons or property arising out of the third-party event. In acquiring insurance for an event, it is the responsibility of the organizer to apply and obtain such documents in the name of the individual, organization or business coordinating the event.
Moorelands Kids will not sign any contracts with vendors or suppliers. It is advisable that you seek guidance and direction from your own insurance broker on this matter.
Funds raised by an event should be submitted to Moorelands Kids no later than 14 days after the event. It is preferred that all funds raised are deposited into one account and a cumulative cheque is written to Moorelands Kids. Please make cheques payable to:
251 Consumers Rd, Suite 601, Toronto, Ontario M2J 4R3
Attn: Colette Halferty, Director of Development and Communications
If Moorelands Kids provided the event with a raffle license, the license and paperwork will need to be returned to the agency immediately following the event. Funds raised by the raffle can be included in the cumulative cheque, but the agency will need to know the specific amount raised by the raffle to ensure proper reporting to the Ontario Gaming and Liquor Commission. Cash funds must be turned in to the agency no later than 3 days after the event. Cash must be in a sealed envelope, counted, with a count sheet detailing the funds included.
Yes, once we have received the inquiry request, we will be in touch about supporting you with resources including our logo.
Moorelands Kids can provide print materials about our programs and services. We may also be able to provide banners, subject to availability. Please send all requests for Moorelands Kids materials at least 10 days prior to your event by email to Colette Halferty at email@example.com.
It is the responsibility of the event organizer to solicit for prizes to support your event. To support your solicitation efforts, Moorelands Kids can provide a letter to authenticate your event. If you require an authentication letter from Moorelands Kids, please contact Colette Halferty by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 416-466-9987 ext. 307.
There are many ways to build your live and/or silent auction:
- Donated Items – Create an ask letter to send to various companies requesting items for your auction that is in support of Moorelands Kids.
- Auction Houses – There are companies that build inventories of items for silent/live auctions, such as sports memorabilia, music collectables, etc. You are typically only required to pay for items that sell, and can return any items that don’t. Reminder: Set minimum bids for these items to ensure that you are selling them for more than you are paying for them.
- Purchased – You always have the option of purchasing items for the auction, however, the cost of these items are the responsibility of the organizers.