Host a Fundraiser

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host a Fundraiser 

The sky is the limit on creativity when you host your own Food4Kids Hamilton fundraiser!

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Host a Fundraiser for Kids

BE CREATIVE AND HAVE FUN WHILE SUPPORTING FOOD4KIDS HAMILTON! 

We are forever amazed (and grateful) for the fun and creative ways the Hamilton community comes together to benefit the kids in our program. 

 

Host an online party or event! What a great way to enjoy time with your friends and family AND raise money to feed kids!  

Have an idea? We want to hear about it! Email Cathy. 

You can also view our Fundraising Guide that provides information about developing your event and ways we can help. *Please note not all guidelines are applicable at this time due to COVID-19.

If you have any questions,
please contact Cathy at cathy@food4kidshamilton.ca

seriously generous ideas!

BIRTHDAY PARTY

 Instead of receiving presents for her birthday, this beautiful birthday girl asked guests to donate food and funds raising a whopping $860!

Group of children smiling and holding a donation cheque

CRAFT FOR A CAUSE

This little artisan lovingly thread some of the most beautiful bracelets to raise funds. Over $1000 was generated, but more important, she knew she was making a difference in the lives of children going without.

Child smiling and holding beaded bracelets for their fundraiser

GIFTING WITH MEANING

During the holidays, The Cake & Loaf Bakery sold hand decorated bags for customer purchases. There is nothing like a child’s drawing to make a gift extra special.

Cake and Loaf Bakery team smiling with basket of baked goods

SWEATER SALE!

Samantha Action, local realtor sparked interest community wide with a sweatshirt sale she organized online! 100% of the sweater proceeds were donated to Food4Kids Hamilton, with a total of $2,500! Thank you Samantha!

Food4Kids team holding donation cheque

COMMUNITY LUNCH

Some of the finest Hamilton restaurants came together to  host a community lunch event. This Pay what you Can event not only raised $2,800, it brought the community together to share a meal. A beautiful thing.

Community lunch fundraiser poster
Group of children wearing backpacks running down a school hall
He arrived at school each day 
with just one piece of white bread
that was moldy