Help create a world of possibility for kids with disabilities while celebrating with friends and family. Consider making a donation or asking friends and family to donate to Holland Bloorview in lieu of gifts for any special occasion.
Invite your family and friends to a video call and celebrate your special day virtually. Make your milestone celebration meaningful by asking your guests to donate to Holland Bloorview instead of buying you a present. Here are some fun ideas for your virtual party.
Instead of presents, consider asking for donations to help kids and families pursue a healthy and happy future. Or, host an Echoage party, where rather than bringing presents to your party, guests are invited to make an online financial gift through ECHOage. A portion of the money will go to Holland Bloorview Foundation to help kids with disabilities, and the rest is given to the birthday child to buy their dream present. The charitable portion of your gift will receive a tax receipt.
Ask guests to donate instead of buying a present or bringing a bottle of wine to your next gathering. Whether it is for an anniversary, a holiday party, a bar or bat mitzvah or a graduation, asking your guests to make a donation in your honour to Holland Bloorview is always a great gift.
Celebrate your love for one another and your commitment to families at Holland Bloorview.
The Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital Foundation's Wedding Program offers couples the opportunity to celebrate their special day while supporting kids with disabilities. A donation to commemorate your wedding day can be made in the following ways:
- Donate in lieu of bombonieres or favours
- Request that your guests make a donation in place of gifts
- Donate in honour of your wedding party
Holland Bloorview Foundation will provide you with customized cards that can be displayed at your reception. This beautiful and elegant card will have a custom message informing your guests that a donation has been made to Holland Bloorview Foundation in support of kids with disabilities.