May 26th, 2019

Défi Caritatif

Courir pour Vous-même et Votre Communauté

1,1 millions de dollars ont été amassé en 2015 pour 90 organismes de bienfaisance, totalisant le cumul des 5 dernières années à 4,9 millions de dollars.

Comment se inscrire

1. Inscription En Ligne*

a. Cliquez d’abord sur la boîte jaune inscrite "Enregistrer" en haut à droite de votre écran et choisissez ensuite l’option ÉVÈNEMENTS EN  LIGNE.

b. Vous serez invité à choisir parmi les options de soutient afin de  ou

c. Cliquez sur l'organisme de charité de votre choix dans le menu proposé ci-dessous, remplissez l’information requise, et confirmez au bas de la page.

d. Vous serez redirigé vers votre « Panneau de participant » où vous pourrez accéder à votre « Page de levée de fonds » en tout temps. Veuillez noter que votre nom d'utilisateur et votre mot de passe sont les même pour le « Panneau de participant » et votre « Page de levée de fonds ».

  • Vous pouvez accéder à votre « Panneau de participant » en cliquant  ici.
Configurer une page de « Levée de fonds » si vous êtes déjà inscrit pour la course.

Configurer une page de « Levée de fonds » si vous êtes déjà inscrit pour la course.

  1. Sélectionnez, dans la liste située à gauche de la page, l’association caritative que vous souhaitez soutenir.
  2. Cliquez sur « Levée de fonds » et ensuite sur le bouton « Inscription » et remplissez vos informations.
  3. Soyez seul ou joignez-vous à une équipe afin de lever des fonds puis remplissez vos informations.
Organismes présentés

1,3 millions de dollars ont été amassé en 2014 pour 91 organismes de bienfaisance, totalisant le cumul des 5 dernières années à 3,8 millions de dollars.

Nous acceptons les inscriptions d’organismes de bienfaisance à se joindre au Défi caritatif 2015 de la Banque Scotia. En 2014, ce sont 15 000 participants qui ont aidé à amasser 1,3 million de dollars pour 91 organismes de bienfaisance, totalisant le cumul des 5 dernières années à 3,8 millions de dollars.

Nous sommes heureux d'aider nos organismes officiels à commencer leur collecte pour l’événement Annuel du 51e Marathon de la Banque Scotia de Calgary.

Si vous avez des questions, référez-vous s’il vous plaît au dossier d’information ci- dessous ou communiquer avec Jennifer Ashley au charitychallenge@calgarymarathon.com ou par téléphone au 403-710-2464.

Dossier d’informations


2015 Formulaire d’enregistrement d’organisme 2015

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AARCS

AARCS is a non-profit organization that relies on the generosity of the public to help cover the costs of all our expenses, the majority being veterinary care for our animals. While we have the manpower, drive and ambition, financial support is essential to cultivate and maintain not only the basic costs, but to further develop our programs and initiatives. Please help by giving a donation, becoming a monthly AARCS Hero, giving a tribute, making AARCS part of your legacy, fulfilling our wish list, supporting our events and becoming a volunteer. Together we can change our animals lives through kindness. 

Alberta Cancer Foundation

Every day, 53 Albertans hear the words “you have cancer.” These aren’t just statistics, these are our families, our friends, and our neighbours. Join us to support the 17,000 Albertans that are diagnosed with cancer every year across the province. Run for your mother, your father, a grandparent, a sibling, a friend, or even a stranger. The money raised will be donated to the area of greatest need. Please feel free to create your own cancer conquering t-shirts and get others involved! We hope that you will join us to make more moments for Albertans facing cancer.

Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan

The Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan’s vision is a “world without Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders.” Until we get there, our promise is to empower people to live well with dementia.  Dementia is the most compelling health risk facing Saskatchewan’s aging population. Raising sufficient funds is critical to continuing our support, education, awareness, and research efforts. By supporting the Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan, you are helping us to keep our promise to help people in Saskatchewan to live well with dementia. Thank you so much for your support!  

Autism Speaks Canada

Autism Speaks Canada is dedicated to promoting solutions, across the spectrum and throughout the lifespan, for the needs of individuals with autism and their families by supporting and working with community partners; enhancing resources and services; increasing understanding, acceptance and inclusion of people with autism spectrum disorder; and advancing research into causes and better interventions for autism spectrum disorder and related conditions.  Join us in raising much needed funds and ask us how you can receive a free registration to the Scotiabank Marathon! All supporters raising $500 or more will receive an ASC running shirt!

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Canadian Liver Foundation - Calgary

Join the Canadian Liver Foundation in the 5K, 10K, half marathon, full marathon or 50K  There are two steps to signing up! 1. REGISTER FOR THE EVENT.   2. CREATE YOUR FUNDRAISING PAGE - click on SIGN UP. (or sign in using your username and password under Returning Fundraisers).  Raise $500 and receive: Give'r for liver team shirt and...Memories that will last a lifetime. Sign up today to be part of this exciting event or sponsor one of our team members by clicking on their name.  Contact for more information:  Tyler Wiebe Development Coordinator, Alberta twiebe@liver.ca  Phone: 403-276-3390 Toll Free: 1-888-557-5516

Canadian Women's Foundation

Join the Canadian Women’s Foundation as we run or walk in the Calgary Marathon and help us reach our goal of $10,000! The Canadian Women’s Foundation is Canada’s public foundation for women and girls. Funds raised will support programs across Canada that address four urgent issues: prevention of gender-based violence, women’s economic development, girls’ empowerment, and inclusive leadership. Since 1991, the Canadian Women’s Foundation has raised more than $80 million, funded programs in more than 1,500 communities, and supported women’s shelters across Canada.

Canadians Sharing Locally and Globally

Canadians Sharing Locally and Globally is a unique opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of people in rural South India and in select disaster struck areas around the world. We are an entirely volunteer charity and 100% of the donations are invested in the purchase of medicine, medical and educational equipment and the provision of scholarships for K- 12 and for nursing students. Many children come from families who have never had the opportunity to go to school. These first generation learners will help alleviate family poverty and create the foundation for social change. Please support us!

Carya

At carya, we know that the strength of our community is rooted in its people.  That's why we've dedicated over 100 years of service to creating healthier, more connected communities in Calgary.  We do this by providing a full spectrum of interactive counselling and development services for people of all ages - from babies to youth to older adults - and their support network.  

Cassie and Friends Society

You’re invited to join Cassie and Friends as we run and walk to raise funds for kids and families affected by Juvenile Arthritis (JA) and other rheumatic diseases in Alberta.   Last year, we raised almost $10,000 thanks to your dedication and hard work. For 2019, we have set the bar even higher!    We challenge you to help us raise $20,000 for life-changing research, child/parent support programs, education and advocacy.    All teammates who raise $25 or more will receive a Cassie and Friends' Running Shirt!   For more information, including volunteering and sponsorship, please email jennifer@cassieandfriends.ca.   

Cerebral Palsy Association in Alberta

One child is born in Canada every 4 hours with cerebral palsy. It is not a disease - it is the most common disability among children, and there is NO CURE. We encourage you to join the CPAA fundraising team and make a difference to ensure the inclusion of persons with disabilities in every facet of society, from the web to the workplace, from the classroom to the community. Funds raised will support our vital programs & services. By registering before April 15th you'll receive a Team CPAA Tshirt.

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Easter Seals Alberta

Our four main pillars that help make this possible, including:  - Easter Seals Camp Horizon provides subsidized five-day summer camps and respite weekends for Albertans with disabilities and medical conditions.  - Through the Equipment and Support Services (ESS) program, we provide critically needed mobility equipment to those who qualify both physically and financially. This includes a NEW home automation program which enables an individual even more independence while continuing to live safely in their home.  - The Phyllis Davidson Easter Seals Scholarship Program which offers Alberta students with physical disabilities, scholarships for post-secondary education.  

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FACE - FAMILIES OF ALBERTA FOR CONDUCTIVE EDUCATION
Foothills Academy Society

Join our team of runners and walkers to help ensure that every child or family affected by Learning Disabilities has the opportunity to participate in specialized, quality programs in a supportive environment with staff who are trained to address their needs. All funds raised will be directed to our Bursary Fund to support this goal. WE NEED YOUR HELP! Join our team or donate to make a significant difference in the lives of many of the 1 in 10 Calgarians affected by Learning Disabilities.

Fresh Start Recovery Centre

Calling all walkers & runners - join Fresh Start and  help us reach our team goal of 100 participants. Come join our family & friends and get the heart pumping. Challenge yourself and reach a new goal by running, walking or push a stroller and show your support in making a difference in the lives of others.  All it takes is a few to make a difference and you are one of those few!   Funds raised will support men in treatment and families from community who participate in our Family Healing Program.     

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Inn from the Cold

Every dollar raised for Inn from the Cold makes a world of a difference to children and families in crisis. Funds raised through the Scotiabank Charity Challenge will proved a much needed boost to Inn from the Cold as we have seen incredibly high numbers for over 80% of 2018. You can play a significant role in ending child and family homelessness in Calgary forever. Thank you for choosing to support Inn from the Cold.

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KidSport Calgary & Area

Unfortunately, the need for KidSport funding is not decreasing. On a daily bases the office is filled with applications of parents wishing to have their kids approved so they can get Sally into Soccer and Mohammed into Baseball. In 2018, KidSport Calgary and Area estimates that over 5,500 kids will be approved for funding and over $1.5 million will be distributed to local sport clubs in our community to fund kids sport registration fees. Help us raise over a $1.5 million and help give these qualified kids the opportunity for sport that they otherwise wouldn't have.

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Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada

Every 23 minutes someone is diagnosed with a blood cancer in Canada. The LLSC is an organisation dedicated to blood cancers. We provide free information and support services to patients and caregivers. Our mission: cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma and improve quality of life for patients and families. Our focus is finding cures because there isn't a warning system for blood cancer diagnosis; no screening, no early detection and no prevention. 

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Meow Foundation

MEOW Foundation is a specialized cat-focused registered charity and humane society with a no-kill mandate. We rescue and facilitate the adoption of stray and abandoned cats into new, loving permanent homes. We work hard to ensure that each MEOW cat is matched with the best possible home based on his or her personality, history, habits and individual needs.

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Ovarian Cancer Canada

By fundraising for Ovarian Cancer Canada, you will have a direct impact on providing support for women in our community, funding vital research and helping women live fuller, better, longer lives. Join the Ovarian Cancer Canada team today! As one of the first 10 participants to join our team, you can receive a free entry into the race. Contact Ashley Law at alaw@ovariancanada.org to receive your free registration code. 

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SCI Alberta

SCI Alberta is proud to race in the Scotiabank Charity Challenge in conjunction with the Calgary Marathon 2018.  It is a one of a kind opportunity for SCI Alberta to fund-raise in support of individuals with spinal cord injuries around the Calgary area.  Each team will be raising funds for the programs and services that support our clients directly which includes Rehab Services, Community Development, Peer Programming, Information Services & our Fitness Center.

Sheldon Kennedy Child Advocacy Centre

Our vision is to see a day when no child is abused. We believe this can only become a reality if every person understands that they have the power to stop this horrific crime, help victims of child abuse, and keep children safe from harm.  One in three Canadians report experiencing some form of child abuse.  Child abuse has happened before and is happening here, now, in your neighbourhood—maybe even to someone you know. Help prevent it from happening to someone else.  Together, let's end the cycle of child abuse.

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The Mustard Seed

The Mustard Seed would love to have you participate in this years Calgary Marathon!  It is only through supporters like you that we can support those facing poverty in Calgary.  By becoming part of The Mustard Seed team you'll join a fun and creative team working hard to make a difference in the lives of many Calgarians.  Thank you for your interest!

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Women's Centre of Calgary

The Women’s Centre provides a safe and supportive space accessed by thousands of women in Calgary. We offer women opportunities to both receive and provide support, connect with others and build community through a variety of programs. We offer everything from personal hygiene products to yoga workshops to summer camps for girls. While the Centre is open to all women, 52% of the women who visit are living in poverty. Your support will go directly to providing for women's basic needs in your community.