It is our hope that, along with having this event running virtually for the month of July, that we will also be able to run this event in person on Saturday, July 17th 2021. This will of course, be dependent on the provincial rules and regulations for in-person gatherings during the pandemic.
NOW YOU CAN GIVE BACK TO THE CHILDREN AND YOUTH AT LANSDOWNE WHILE HAVING THE OPPORTUNITY TO WIN SOME BIG MONEY!!
This online progressive raffle keeps going until the Ace of Spades is caught.
The only way to keep winning is to play weekly, so buy your tickets today! Draws every Friday at 3:00pm.
Click on the graphic here to go directly to the website!
The easiest and safest way to collect pledges during the pandemic is to register for this event online. You can then send out a link to your personal fundraising page and have donors give electronically.
You are able to download and print off our brochure which includes a paper pledge form below. Simply drop off to the Lansdowne office with your donations, or have one of us come and pick it up.
Whether you are registered online or collecting pledges offline, your social media is a great outlet to share this event, to share your own story and to provide a direct link to collect pledges.
We can help with that! Download and print your pledge form here. You can drop off your donations after the event, or have a staff member come pick it up by contacting the Foundation Office. You can also manually add your offline pledges to your online event page. Ask us how!
Our Foundation Team consists of our Director of Philanthropy, Angee Turnbull (left) and Senior Development Officer, Candace Kingyens (right). With over 20 years of combined fundraising experience, we are here to help you raise your pledges and donations for this years Charity Motorcycle Ride. You can connect with either of us and ask any questions you may have in the "Contact Us" section.
Funds from this signature event go directly towards supporting the children and youth involved in our Recreation Programs at the Lansdowne Children's Centre. Every child should have the opportunity be involved in offered community activities, to learn new skills to improve their social and physical development, and to be able to gain confidence to do daily tasks independently.
Our Annual Charity Motorcycle Ride is now in its 17th year, and was created by a generous volunteer named Bob Caissie (pictured on the left). Normally, this Ride is partnered with the Brantford Police Family Fun Day, and includes a breakfast, BBQ lunch, prizes, live entertainment, and a police escorted ride through Brantford and Brant County. You can expect all of these great things and more in 2021! Thank you Bob, for all of your past involvement with Lansdowne.