Events Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Nothing helps unite a community like working together to support a great cause. Whether you’re a school, a community organization, a social club, or just a group of people who want to make a difference in the lives of youth across the country, third party fundraising in support of Kids Help Phone is an excellent way to do something rewarding while also providing support for young people in your community and around Canada. It’s just this type of funding that allows us to be there – always – for kids and teens when they need us most. Whether you’re gearing up to organizing a dinner, a bake sale, a benefit concert, a garage sale, or a fundraiser at your school – thank you! Here are some helpful tips to get you started.

 

Hosting a fundraiser for Kids Help Phone (Third Party Events)

 

How can I host a fundraising event for Kids Help Phone?
Thank you! When you host a fundraiser for Kids Help Phone, you become part of a network of amazing groups and individuals across the country that inspire their communities to raise funds and help us be there – always – for kids.

Please get in touch with us and let us know about your event ideas by filling out our contact form.

 

I have seen the term “third party event” in relation to Kids Help Phone and other charity fundraisers. What does this mean?
A third party event is a fundraising event or activity organized by an organization, a school, or a member of the community, with net proceeds benefitting Kids Help Phone.

Some common examples of third party events are dinners, bake sales, benefit concerts, garage sales, jeans days, or school sales.

 

What kind of support does Kids Help Phone provide for a fundraising or third party event?
Kids Help Phone can provide templates for ask letters as well as print materials such as posters.

However, we do not cover event costs or related expenses, and we are not able to secure venues or sponsorships for events.

Kids Help Phone is also unable to apply for permits, liquor or raffle licenses, or other permissions for third party events.