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Make it happen! Make a concrete contribution to breaking the cycle of homelessness by organizing a fundraising event.

A new way to get involved

Holding a fundraiser

It is a way to give to the Old Brewery Mission with an initiative that reflects your image. Individually or as a group, you can help us break the cycle of homelessness while having a good time!

Choose your fundraising activity

Run a foot race, swim across a lake, celebrate an anniversary or birthday, hold an office party, a hockey tournament, a concert or a movie night… It's up to you! Whatever you do, you’ll be helping people experiencing homelessness find a place to call home.

Organize your event

Consider the logistics. Decide the date, time, location and target of your campaign. Do you need to rent a hall, sell tickets, find sponsors or recruit volunteers?
Success is in the details!

Make it official

Register your activity on our fundraising platform and create your personalized donations page. It makes it easier to solicit the people you know and the donations will go directly to the Old Brewery Mission.

Get others involved

Share your personalized campaign page with the people you know. Ask your colleagues, friends and family to donate to your fundraiser. Posts on social media, personalized emails, phone calls and posters are all effective.
The Old Brewery Mission provides a slew of promotional tools to support your efforts.


The big day is here! Have a blast! A fundraiser is a great way to combine business with pleasure: make the most of it!
Don't forget to thank all the allies who helped make it happen: volunteers, donors, attendees. Your efforts may well inspire them to get more involved.

  • Current campaigns

    No campaign is too big or too small. Every action helps break the cycle of homelessness. Draw inspiration from these campaigns!

  • Would you rather participate than organize?

    Support our mission by donating to the activities of other members of our community.

More questions?

Please contact Lynne Dupuis, Senior Advisor, Events and Partnerships, at