Ways to Fundraise

There are several ways to participate in the Kids to Camp fundraising initiative. You can give online through the Closing Gifts for Kids program, create an online peer to peer fundraising event or participate in an array of CENTURY 21 and Easter Seals signature events. See all of the options below.

Online Giving

General Online Gift

You can make an online gift with a credit card at any time when visiting www.c21kidstocamp.ca. It’s easy, and tax receipts are issued for gifts $20 and higher online at the time of the donation. [Sponsor a Participant], you can send that link to your family and friends and they can donate directly to your page as well.

Closing Gifts for Kids

Closing Gifts for KidsLaunched a number of years ago, Closing Gifts for Kids lets System members thank their customers for their business by making a charitable donation in their name.

Here is how it works:

For every purchase or sale of a property, you commit to donating $21 to Easter Seals in the name of your client. You can make that donation online at www.c21kidstocamp.ca and receive your tax receipt at the time of each transaction or closing or donate through your office and receive a manual tax receipt.

Then – to let your client know you have made this donation in their honour, you can send a personalized ecard to them by email. Just click here to access cards.

Your personal and office fundraising pages are already set up so you can start donating right away at www.c21kidstocamp.ca.

Send a Kid to Camp: Peer to Peer Online Campaigns

Crowdfunding is everywhere and you too, can become a successful fundraiser using the crowdfunding platform on www.c21kidstocamp.ca.

Once you have logged into the participant centre, you'll see that your fundraising goal has already been set to $2,100 to send a kid to camp. You can upload photos, video, customize the content on your page and send the link to all your friends, family and colleagues. Have them participate in your successful campaign – if everyone gives a little – it won't take long before you have surpassed your personal goals. Contact akrievins@easterseals.ca if you would like any assistance starting up your campaign.


Easter Seals Drop Zone

The Drop Zone Team

The superheroes of CENTURY 21 Canada have been rappelling off high buildings across the country for many years – all to raise funds for Easter Seals.

For more than 90 years, Easter Seals has challenged Canadians with disabilities to live life actively, embracing opportunities and pushing boundaries to contribute to the well-being of themselves and their communities. The Easter Seals Drop Zone once again challenged participants to do the same! With hearts pounding, pulses racing and knees shaking, more than 620 daring participants challenged themselves and changed lives, by participating in 13 local Drop Zone events across Canada. Each rappeller must raise between $850 and $1,500 (depending on location) through online and offline donations in order to participate.

Thanks to a monumental effort and the generosity of all our rappellers, sponsors, donors and volunteers, the 2016 Drop Zone raised more than $1 million – helping to ensure that all Canadians with disabilities have access to the life-changing equipment, technology, programs and support services they need to make the most of their abilities.

Here are the locations and dates for the 2017 Drop Zone Campaign. Visit www.thedropzone.ca and sign up as a CENTURY 21 rappeller; all your fundraising during the Drop Zone will be allocated to your personal page at here at www.c21kidstocamp.ca.

2017 Event Dates

City Date Location
Saturday, August 19 Hill Centre Tower II
1881 Scarth Street
Saturday, August 19 Hill Centre Tower II
1881 Scarth Street
Tuesday, August 22 Manitoba Hydro Place
360 Portage Avenue
Friday, August 25 The Sutton Place Hotel
10235 – 101 Street
Wednesday, September 6 Sun Life Tower
144 - 4th Avenue SW
Tuesday, September 12 999 West Hastings Street
Monday, September 18 Morguard Building
280 Slater St.
Tuesday, September 26 1981 Avenue McGill College
Friday, September 29 1801 Hollis Street
Thursday, October 5 CREIT Head Office
175 Bloor St E

Easter Seals Woman2Warrior Event

Woman 2 Warrior - C21 Strong Team

WE KNOW THERE IS A WARRIOR IN THE HEART OF EVERY WOMAN. She is STRONG, DETERMINED and POWERFUL. Challenge yourself, challenge others and register for the 2017 Woman2Warrior, a women’s only charity obstacle adventure race benefiting Easter Seals Camps in British Columbia and Alberta.

Woman2Warrior is a non-timed run covering about 5km of trails, track, and grass. The course features obstacles to test your strength, agility, balance, and sense of adventure. You may enter as an individual or as a team, but each person must raise a minimum $300 to participate. There will be awards & prizes for the top overall fundraisers and finishers. Recruit the support of friends, family and coworkers to help you reach your fundraising goal.

By participating in Woman2Warrior you’ll be helping to send more than 1800 kids and young adults with disabilities throughout BC and Alberta for a week long camping experience at one of four Easter Seals accessible camps. Easter Seals camps give children and young adults abilities. Campers are encouraged to try new things, take risks in a safe and supportive environment, but most importantly HAVE FUN!

2017 Event Dates

City Date Location
August 27, 2017 West Shore Parks & Recreation
October 1, 2017 Swangard Stadium
May 27, 2017 SAIT and Riley Park
May 28, 2017 CFB Edmonton Garrison

For more information contact: Patti Brewin in Alberta at patti@easterseals.ab.ca and Nirm Blatchford in British Columbia at nblatchford@lionsbc.ca.

CENTURY 21® Hosted Events

All CENTURY 21 fundraising events are supported by local Easter Seals staff from across Canada. CENTURY 21 REALTORS® are known as The Local Experts, and we believe that together we can make the most meaningful impact in every community in Canada, building a wonderful community profile for both Easter Seals and CENTURY 21 Canada – and raising thousands of dollars to support sending disabled kids to camp each summer.

Over the years events have included: Golf Tournaments, Regattas, Car Washes, Bowling Tournaments, Card Tournaments, Bike-a-Thons, Care-e-oke Evenings, Dancing with the Stars, and many more. If you are interested in planning an office-wide event or perhaps tackle something yourself, simply reach out to your provincial Easter Seals representative to start the process.

Here are the provincial contacts for your area: