Tell us what your charity could do with $10,000!

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The Great Canadian Giving Challenge is back for another year and we’re looking to shine a spotlight on your charity this June! Celebrating its fourth year, the contest gives all Canadian registered charities the chance to win $10,000 for their charity. Starting on June 1st through June 30th, every $1 donated on or is an automatic entry to win the grand prize drawn on July 1st! 

To celebrate this year’s contest and encourage Canadians to give, we’re looking to feature various charities and causes across the country to share what your charity could do with the $10,000 grand prize!  Our goal is to encourage donors to support their favourite charities in the month of June and participate in the Great Canadian Giving Challenge, but it’s also your chance to tell donors across Canada a little bit about your charity and the important work that you do.

Get Maximum Exposure for Your Charity This June: Take Advantage of Two FREE, Easy Promotional Opportunities

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    Submit this form with your name, contact information, Twitter handle, and tell us in 280 characters or less what you could do with $10,000. If chosen, we will take your submission and share it with supporters following CanadaHelps, GIV3, and GivingTuesday Canada on social media.
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    Submit a 60 second video explaining the impact your charity could make if you won the $10,000 prize. These videos will then be shared on our CanadaHelps, GIV3, and GivingTuesday Canada social media channels to promote your charity and the Great Canadian Giving Challenge contest. PLUS, the charities that submit the first 5 videos that meet our guidelines will each be awarded a $100 CanadaHelps Charity Gift Card! To enter, please review our video spotlight submission guidelines and instructions to read our guidelines and submission instructions.

Hurry, responses will be accepted until Thursday, May 31stth at 11:59 p.m. EDT and if chosen, your charity could be featured throughout the month of June! Have questions? Get in touch with the team at CanadaHelps at

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