Together we change lives
You can donate directly to any of the charities listed below or search for an Athlete. Simply go to the link below and you will be forwarded to the Servus Edmonton Marathon fundraising page. Click on the Donate Tab and make a donations or search for the athlete whom, you would like to pledge.
Already registered in the race - set up or manage your Fundraising Dashboard
If you are registered in the event and would like to raise funds or access your Fundraising Dashboard please go to this event’s Raise Funds section link below, click on the Raise Funds tab once you are on the races donation page. You can now set up or manage your personal fundraising page.
Your donation page is the page where people go to sponsor you. Your friends, family, and co-workers are directed there when you solicit them by email (a link to the page is sent in the email). Other people may find your donation page if they find your name when searching for someone to sponsor.
The Camiling Society of Edmonton provides less fortunate - school aged children in the Philippians with food and school supplies. One mission, one heart and one universe, we should come hand in hand to help the needy.
CPAWS Northern Alberta is a charitable nonprofit organization that works to conserve and protect the wild spaces you love! CPAWS Northern Alberta works to make sure that our parks and protected areas are managed with ecological integrity as the number one priority, and uses science-based evidence to collaborate with government, industry, and Aboriginal communities to find conservation solutions on our shared landscape. Visit our website at www.cpawsnab.org
Challenge yourself and help Team Diabetes and Diabetes Canada make a difference in the lives of over 11-Million Canadians living with diabetes or pre-diabetes. Your commitment to support people with diabetes will strengthen our efforts as we strive to provide world-class research, outstanding programs and valuable services to the 11-Million Canadians currently affected by this disease. To find out more about our team visit www.teamdiabetes.ca
The Filipino Support Services Society is a registered nonprofit organization that provides counseling and support services to help immigrants integrate into the Canadian community.
Founded in 1991, Habitat for Humanity Edmonton is a charitable organization working towards a world where everyone has a safe and decent place to live. They mobilize volunteers and community partners in building affordable housing and promoting home ownership as a means to breaking the cycle of poverty. Visit HFH.org for more information.
Innovative Canadians for Change (ICChange) is an organization dedicated to improving the quality of life and security of vulnerable populations worldwide through crowd sourcing and curating global talent. Visit www.icchange.ca today to learn how we work differently to develop solutions, models, and technologies that address local and international development issues.
Infinite WOOFS Animal Rescue Society is a nonprofit organization in Alberta whose mission it is to improve the lives of animals by rescuing and providing sanctuary, care and rehabilitation to abandoned, abused, or surrendered animals; assisting communities to achieve healthy and respectful relationships with animals; promoting responsible and compassionate guardianship and advocating on behalf of all animals. Visit www.infinitewoofs.com
Kathy’s Run for Pancreatic Cancer Kathy’s Run for Pancreatic Cancer is the only running event in Western Canada raising funds for Pancreatic Cancer Canada. Our goal is to raise money and awareness for much needed research on the early detection signs for pancreatic cancer. www.kathysrun.com
KidSport Edmonton is part of a national nonprofit organization that provides support to local children in order to remove financial barriers that prevent them from playing organized sport. KidSport Edmonton provides financial assistance for registration fees and access to equipment for kids aged 18 years and under. Since launching in 1995, KidSport Edmonton has provided sport opportunities to 10,691 kids and distributed more than $1.47 million towards sport registration fees. “One in three kids can’t afford the cost of organized sport–let’s change that”.
KidSport is the designated Charity of Choice for the Servus Edmonton Marathon.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada is dedicated to funding blood cancer research and providing education and patient services. Team In Training is the world’s largest charity endurance sports training program, and since its inception in 1988, over 600,000 participants across North America have raised over 1.4 billion dollars for blood cancer research and patient services. http://www.llscanada.org/team-llsc
The MS Society provides services to people with multiple sclerosis and their families and funds research to find the cause and cure for this disease. The mission of the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada is to be a leader in finding a cure for multiple sclerosis and enabling people affected by MS to enhance their quality of life. To learn more, please visit our website at www.mssociety.ca
The team from ‘NSTEP (Nutrition, Students, Teachers Exercising with Parents) works in schools and communities with teachers, students and families in learning the simple habits that will take them to a whole new level! Our mission is to educate and motivate people to EAT better, WALK more, and LIVE longer. www.nstep.ca
The more than 9000 events in 32 countries each year offers unprecedented opportunities to tell the story of the Canadian icon, Terry Fox, and to promote the significant impact of The Terry Fox Foundation. Funds raised are distributed through The Terry Fox Research Institute to cancer researchers across Canada working on discovery based and translational cancer research into all types of cancers. The upcoming Terry Fox Run will take place in September at Hawrelak Park (www.terryfox.org).
The University of Alberta Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry Division of Critical Care Medicine research and education Fund supports: research initiatives aimed at improving survival and outcome of patients cared for by the critical care team, education of current and future health care providers in the care of the critically ill patient with a special focus on the interdisciplinary team and patient, family and community engagement.