How can you fundraise?! You can
Our campaigners have done some pretty AMAZING things to raise money for cancer patients. We're challenging you to raise money in any way possible. Collect loose change, run a marathon, give up your birthday, or sell some swag.
We want you to be a part of the ONERUN journey.
Starting a campaign is easy!
Start your journey in 60 seconds online and invite your friends and family to join in on the fun. We want you to share your campaign with as many people as possible!
It only takes a minute to set up a campaign. Decide what you want to do to raise money. Pick an amazing name. Select your best photo. And boom! Just like that, you're ready to start raising money to help cancer patients in your community.
Share Your Journey
Share your journey with your friends, family members, neighbours, classmates and colleagues! Post it online and invite everyone to join you along the way.
Once your campaign is set up, tell everyone about it. The more people you tell, the faster you will reach your goal, and the more money you can raise. Start sharing as soon as you're live, and watch as donations and support floods your inbox and dms (direct messages...hehe).
The Finish Line
Once you've completed your campaign we go to work ensuring that your funds go directly towards patients and programs supporting them.
We report on your funds
After your campaign is over, we give directly to patients in the community that you're donating from. We don't take anything, nor do our beneficiaries. We also keep track of the programs and patients that you help us support, and report back to you on your impact.
We don't believe in being private, so you can always know where your funds are going.
See other campaigns
Need some inspiration? These are a few of our awesome ONERUNNERS who have run amazing campaigns.
(s)he bel(i)ved - Banting
This mighty team of 10 asked their friends and family to donate to their run.
We ran 100KM in one day for cancer patients and their families.
Nicole Ready - SDCI
Nicole ran alongside her family for her father, who is battling pancreatic cancer.
Prognosis Positive - St. André Bessette
These teachers ran 100KM together in support of one of their own, and their community.
Adam Brisson - Parkside St. Thomas
Adam ran for his mother who passed away after a long 15-year battle.
Westminster - Dunk Tank
Westminster students spontaneously raised money by dunking their teachers.