1. How do I register?

Register online securely through our website. Once your registration is complete, you will receive a confirmation email.

2. What is the minimum I need to raise to participate?

In order to play in the tournament, teams must commit to raising a minimum of $10,000. Please note that benefits will be given to teams that have reached or exceeded this minimum, as outlined in the Team Benefits Package.

All individuals who participate on a team must raise a minimum of $250, regardless of their team’s final total to be eligible to attend the draft party and play in the tournament.

3. How can someone else donate online?

It’s easy! Click the “Donate Now” button on the home page and select the participant you want to donate to. Choose a donation amount and follow the instructions. Donors will receive a tax receipt via email.

4. Where was theTech4Good on Ice Challenge in 2018?

April 6th, Draft Party at the Hockey Hall of Fame

April 7th, Tournament Day at Sixteen Mile Sports Complex 

5. Am I making a difference?

The Tech4Good on Ice Challenge in support of Connected North will make a measurable impact on the lives of Indigenous Youth across the country, by supporting the program Connected

North we are able to reach more youth across the country to deliver much needed virtual, on demand educational and mental health programs in schools.

6. How much of my money goes to the cause?

One hundred percent of all funds raised through team fundraising will directly support the Connected North program.

7. How will Tech4Good benefit Canada?

The social challenges faced by Canada’s Indigenous communities are stark and significant, compounded by the difficulties of getting critically needed mental health and education services into Canada’s remote, far northern locations.

The children in these communities deserve access to the same opportunities and experiences as the children in the South. Now there is a program that can help make this a reality by overcoming the challenges of time and distance.

Connected North fosters student engagement and enhanced educational outcomes in remote Indigenous communities. This leading edge program delivers immersive and interactive education services through Cisco’s high definition two-way TelePresence technology.

Still have questions?

Reach out to our T4G team:

Alexa Wright alexawri@cisco.com


Julia Kidd jukidd@cisco.com