Fundraise your way
My Own Fundraiser empowers you to fundraise your way. Your support funds Heart & Stroke research breakthroughs, and saves lives.
How it works
Know your "why" and register online
Everybody has a unique reason why they want to help. Once you have it, all you have to do is register online.
Share your "why"
Log in and personalize your fundraising page. Add a photo, tell your story, and tell the world “why” you’re fundraising.
Kick-off your fundraiser
First, make a donation to yourself to set the bar. Then, rally your community and share your personal page link through social media and email asking for support.
That's all you have to do!Start Fundraising
When you can bring purpose to your passion, you open a whole new world of possibilities. Become inspired by these imaginative ways to raise money for Heart & Stroke:
Move for moments
Challenge yourself to get active to raise donations. Walk, run, swim, cycle, climb, or race there is no limit to what you can do while inspiring others to live their best life in support of a great cause.
Art with heart
Let your creative side rule your event. Perform, host a paint night or fashion show, or try selling your creations in exchange for donations to friends, family, and coworkers.
Gather for good
Host an event that delights yours guests and supports the lives of people all over Canada. Throw a pool party, hold a games night, or put on a BBQ to have fun and help fund the next research breakthrough.
Donate your day
Turn an already special event into something exceptional. Whether you’re dedicating a particular day or celebrating a specific person, invite guests to donate and give the gift of hope.
Dr. Michael Hill is not only a renowned Heart & Stroke researcher, he’s also a fellow fundraiser!
Dr. Hill put together two teams of neurologists, neuroscience nurses, stroke fellows, post-doc and grad students and even his son Max and daughter Alexis to participate in the recent Kananaskis 100 relay race in Alberta, raising funds for Heart & Stroke. The 100-mile relay race included some grueling uphill legs through the pristine Kananaskis Valley southwest of Calgary. Our thanks to Dr. Hill, his teams, and his supporters for following their passion and helping fund critical research across Canada.