​​​​​Since 2010 IT4CC has raised over $833,604 in support of Childhood Cancer Canada

Join us on April 2nd, 2019 at the Hockey Hall of Fame for the IT Sector’s best loved fundraising event. Support vital life-saving research.

HELP US REACH OUR GOAL OF $1,000,000!

WHAT IS IT4CC?

Information Technology teams/companies fundraising for Childhood Cancer Canada.  Each team designates a team captain and is tasked with raising funds in advance of our April 2nd, 2019 event.

Your team will be paired with a Child Ambassador who is currently undergoing or has received cancer treatment to inspire and motivate you.

In the past IT4CC has been a team head shaving event. This year you are not required to shave. Your team can choose how you wish to fundraise!

All teams compete against each other for the top team designation and bragging rights for a year. (Some fun competition for this very worthy cause).

Why shave your head?  Show support for the children that have lost their hair from cancer treatments. Let these children know that they are not alone, that they have a community rallying to support them.

Team Designate –Consider drawing straws to see who on your team would be the lucky (or unlucky) person to donate their hair for this great cause. 

If your team would prefer to fundraise through other means you can be as creative as you like. Here are a few company fundraising initiatives to get you started. 

Sports pools                           Trivia Night                            Games Night
Bake Sale                               BBQ                                      Wine tasting  
Volleyball                                Paint Nite                           

New to Team Fundraising?   Here are 3 tips to get you started.

Fundraising Tip#1- Donate to yourself first, then ask coworkers, friends and family to match your donation

Fundraising Tip#2- Ask your company to match or donate to your team


Fundraising Tip#3- Ask your vendors and suppliers to donate to your team 





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