1. How do I register?
Register online as a member of your team 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, each team must commit to raising a minimum of $10,000.
3. How can someone donate to sponsor me online?
It’s easy! Click the “Donate” 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 will the 2019 Tech4Good Connected North on Ice Challenge take place?
The draft party will be held in Toronto, and the tournament will be held in Oakville, ON.
April 26, 2019, Draft Party at the Rec Room, 255 Bremner Blvd., Toronto, ON M5V 3M9
April 27, 2019, Tournament Day at Sixteen Mile Sports Complex, 3070 Neyagawa Blvd., Oakville, ON L6M 4L6
5. How do the funds raised from the tournament make a difference?
The Tech4Good on Ice Challenge supports the work of Connected North, which uses high definition video technology to connect children in remote Indigenous communities to experiences and opportunities otherwise unavailable to them locally. By connecting students to mentors, to field trips, to educational experiences, and mental health and wellness sessions, we are supporting the students' success in school and in life.
The funds raised at the tournament will be used to add more schools and more programming to our network. The goal of Connected North is to ensure that children in the remote North have access to the same opportunities as children in the south.
6. How much of my money goes to the cause?
One hundred percent of all donations 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.
By overcoming the challenges of time and distance, Connected North delivers much needed education and mental health and wellness services into remote classrooms.
The Indigenous youth population in Canada is the fastest growing in the country. With programs like Connected North, working in partnership with Indigenous schools and community leaders, we are helping to strengthen resilience in these children and build their success in school and in life.
Still have questions?
Reach out to our T4G team:
Julia Kidd firstname.lastname@example.org