Welcome to NCNW’s Annual Fundraiser

Thank you to all of NCNW’s funders, sponsors, contributors, panelists, audience and team members working hard from behind the scenes who helped make the inaugural Blockers & Attackers fundraising event successful! 

For those of you interested in getting involved with our annual fundraiser, kindly contact Manvinder Bhamra (Resource Development) via email at RDasst.ncnw@gmail.com or call/text (905) 208-7060 for the next upcoming event and how you can participate. Download and share the Sponsorship Package here, or view our Sponsor Information page here!

 


ABOUT BLOCKERS & ATTACKERS

Due to the high number of clients in need, our registered charity provides critical programs and services even while lacking stable, ongoing funding. Thus, NCNW’s fundraising strategy has evolved to create a sustainable funding initiative which will allow the Chapter to continue its programs and services into a certain future. Through a multi-prong approach, we will be enhancing our fundraising strategy by offering our annual Indigenous Women in Sports Leadership event. This fundraising event engages the audience in an educational fundraising-style method. We will be showcasing talented female Indigenous athletes who will connect their identity and culture to their successes and share what challenges they faced in the process. This will allow the audience to experience how critical it is to maintain an Indigenous identity for a healthy self-esteem and lifelong success while bonding over the shared interest of sports.

We believe this event will better allow our speakers and audience to participate and engage in understanding Indigenous culture and associated hardship through a mutual love for sports and a healthy, active lifestyle. Join us for our second Blockers & Attackers event and directly support the ongoing programs and services we provide by ensuring the sustainability of our Chapter into the future. We can’t wait to see you there!

 


MEET OUR PRESENTERS

Take a look at our outstanding Indigenous female speakers! More to be revealed, check back often!

MC: Waneek Horn-Miller Guest Speaker: Jessica Ghosen Guest Speaker: Amy Wilson-Hands Guest Speaker: Mackenzie Deleary

PROGRAM

Check back soon for updates!


OUR WONDERFUL SPONSORS

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This project made possible by and with our thanks to: