You can help us send deserving young people on life-changing canoe trips!

  • associate your business with a charity that makes a difference to youth facing barriers
  • demonstrate to your employees and customers your commitment to give back
  • receive recognition in our literature and at our events

Sponsorship Opportunities

Our donors and event-attendees are typically in their mid-20's, 30's and 40's. They understand the importance of the outdoors and mentoring youth. They share Project Canoe’s values of social justice and youth empowerment.

Name a canoe

$2000 will have your corporate logo stamped on a Project Canoe canoe.  You will receive a photo and a story from a client who paddled your canoe.  You can include this in your newsletter to your employees and clients.



Your logo & marketing literature at our events

  • Pub night: Our annual flagship fundraiser started in 2006. The Imperial Pub is located by the Yonge & Dundas Square in downtown Toronto. Around 130 attendees. Opportunities include onstage recognition and an opportunity to address guests, table top booth space, your logo on event signage and marketing materials.
  • Scotiabank Marathon: Our annual peer-to-peer fundraiser. Your logo can be on our official running shirts given to all runners and on display to tens of thousands of runners.

Website & mailing list

If your corporation donates over $2500, your logo will be placed on our website on 'Our Supporters' page.

With a growing mailing list of 1000, we can devote a part of one of our editions to the social responsibility goals of your corporation.


Want to talk about it? Don't hesitate to email to discuss supporting PC!

Click here to see our current Corporate Supporters.

lt is very moving to see a group of newcomer youth at their first campfire in the woods, talking and laughing as they exchange stories about their arrival in Canada and sing the Canadian anthem together because it is the only song they all know. They came from all over the world, but heading out to the woods together brought out their common humanity and their common bond to their new home.
— Barbora Gomezova, Settlement Worker - Culturelink