You can be a VIP — a Very Important Philanthropist!

Who doesn’t want to be a VIP? Whether you plan to ride or walk, being a VIP is an amazing way to power up your support for Heart & Stroke and experience the best of Ride for Heart.

As a VIP, you’ll commit to raising $1,000 or more. (Don’t worry you’ll get lots of tips from us!) Your dedication to helping people in Canada live healthy lives, free from heart disease and stroke, earns you a red carpet experience with VIP perks.

VIP questions?

Anything more you need to know about being a VIP? Contact VIP@heartandstroke.ca or call Christine at 416-482-7757 for more information.

VIP Perks:

  • Technical shirt or cycling jersey
  • Complimentary car parking
  • Indoor valet bike parking
  • Catered breakfast and lunch
  • And much more!

VIP Platinum Perks:

When you raise $2,500 or more, your incredible support of Heart & Stroke earns you the VIP Perks you know and love, along with a distinctive “VIP Platinum” technical shirt or cycling jersey.

You can register as a VIP on your own, with a VIP Team or as part of our Corporate Challenge.

Perks that money can’t buy: VIP Club

Anyone who sets their fundraising goal at $1,000 or more becomes part of the VIP Club.

As a member of the VIP Club, you unlock access to unique prizes and experiences.

Our VIP Club theme for March is Wellness. It’s an ideal time to promote self-care and healthy living practices as you reach out to your network and collect ballots in our VIP Club contest! To help you get things rolling, we’ve got some amazing prizes lined up:

VIP Club Rules and Regulations.

For every $100 raised, VIP Club members get 1 ballot entered in a prize draw. Every $100 over $1,000 gets you 5 ballots. Get it? The more you fundraise, the more chances you have to win.

VIP facts

Very Important Philanthropists (VIPs) are a small but mighty group. VIPs account for about 11% of participants, but they account for about 40% of the fundraising. Through their donations, VIPs are directly responsible for helping more people in Canada survive heart disease and strokes. VIPs: You move us all.