Sponsors receive exposure at all three of our marquee events and throughout a full year of GIVETOLIVE communications, social media campaigns, and other efforts.
All event participants pay their own costs to participate, including transportation, accommodation, and food. This means that nearly every dollar of charitable donation goes to supporting the selected charity. We are very proud of that and this year we are aiming higher. If we can raise just $60,000 in corporate sponsorships, we will be able to donate 100% of the expected $350,000 we will raise this year for our incredible charities.
Logo on GIVETOLIVE website
Logo on GIVETOLIVE sponsor banner
Opportunity to provide materials for event participant bags
Logo on printed event materials
Social media mentions on GIVETOLIVE Facebook and Instagram accounts
Recognition in GIVETOLIVE newsletter communications with
Recognition at events
Prominent logo placement at event start and finish lines
Inclusion in media mentions, including local and national media
Ability to set up a promotional area at all support events throughout the year, i.e. info sessions, safety meetings/dinners and year-end party
Exclusivity within your industry
Exclusive naming rights on one GIVETOLIVE event for the calendar year
Our BIG events would never happen without you. We are truly touched by your participation and your propping us up.
Frag For Cancer is an annual event: a weekend of gaming tournaments and entertainment. Frag for Cancer has been a friend to GIVETOLIVE for ten years. In that time, Frag for Cancer has raised $125,000 to go directly to help GIVETOLIVE and support the Canadian Cancer Society, specifically in research. A BIG THANKS to Board Member Yazeed Sobaih for breathing life and soul into this initiative.
For eight years our GTL board member Mark Campbell has been producing the best event of its kind, the Shoobie Dooby Tri. Each year this event sells out and by all accounts it’s a competitors favourite! Over $35,000 has been raised for GIVETOLIVE, and we are grateful for every cent.