Become a Partner

Commit as an event sponsor, and lead the way
in injury prevention.

We need strong corporate leaders to lead and inspire a culture shift where work-related injuries and illnesses are morally, socially and economically unacceptable.

And there are many ways corporate sponsors can partner with us at a national, provincial and community level. Look who’s on board for 2017!

Already know how you want to help? Great!

thumbnail of sponsorship commitment formPlease complete a Sponsorship Commitment Form (PDF), and return
to us by email at steps@threadsoflife.ca.
Payment information is outlined on the form.

What walk sponsorship opportunities are available?

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If interested in community sponsorship opportunities [PDF],
or media sponsorship opportunities [PDF], please contact the
Regional Development Coordinator for
your area by email or at 1-888-567-9490.

Western Canada (BC, AB, SK & MB):
Lynn Danbrook, ldanbrook@threadsoflife.ca

media-sponsorship-thumbCentral Canada (ON):
Lorna Catrambone, lcatrambone@threadsoflife.ca

Atlantic Canada & Quebec (NS, NB, NL, PE & QC):
Kevin Bonnis, kbonnis@threadsoflife.ca

National sponsorship opportunities:
Thinking bigger? If you would like to discuss options for national sponsorship, please contact Scott McKay, Director Fundraising and Partnerships, at smckay@threadsoflife.ca or 1-888-567-9490.

Please Note: Sponsorships offering logos printed on the official T-shirts must be finalized by February 28, 2017.

Alternatively, sponsor a walker!

Many of our family members participate in Steps for Life in honour of a loved one. If you would like to make a donation in support of a family walking in memory of their loved one, you can find their fundraising page by following the link to the community where they’ll be walking.

Looking for more information on making a donation?
You can also make a donation by phone or mail.

All funds raised through Steps for Life help fund Threads of Life’s family support programs and services for families living with the outcome of a work-related fatality, life-altering injury or occupational disease.

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