Our events are an important pillar in our fundraising strategy. The financial support received from both our major events and third-party events go to support many different initiatives in the community enhancing healthcare for everyone while providing a unique opportunity for our donors to enjoy themselves.
This annual event launched in 2016 is a community favourite! With over 200 annual participants this 5km obstacle course has raised more than $100,000 for the greatest healthcare needs in our region. This event is for everyone and provides an awesome opportunity to get dirty, have a ton of fun and support a great cause.
Health Foundation Gala
The Annual Gala is one of Lloydminster’s longest standing fundraisers beginning with a small group of donors in 2000. With over $3,000,000 raised over the last 19 years this themed evening featuring live entertainment, an elegant meal and more is something for all attendees to look forward to every fall.
Boundary Battle on the Border
This event is planned and sponsored in partnership with Boundary Ford. Starting in 2019, this event has already raised $100,000 for Project Sunrise and mental health programing in our region. Featuring NHL Alumni and Canada’s favourite game, this is a great community event for absolutely everyone to enjoy.
Third Party Events
Dustin McConnell Memorial Golf Tournament
In honour of the memory of Dustin McConnell, his family and closest friends put on this annual golf tournament in support of the Dustin McConnell Memorial Scholarship for students in Emergency Service programs.
Rock for a Cure
Every year I Love Alberta Boobs organizes a rock concert featuring an array of bands and other entertainment. Attendees can rock out while fundraising to find a cure for breast cancer. All proceeds from this event are donated to Lloydminster Community Cancer Care.
Run for Lloydminster
This 5km Walk and 10km Run is presented by Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama ‘at Community Lloydminster and has raised funds for Ophthalmology Equipment at the Lloydminster Hospital and mental health services through Project Sunrise.
Never Give Up: March for Mental Health
This March around Lloydminster brings awareness to mental health disorders. While the March only happens once a year you can join the Never Give Up Mental Health Peer Support group weekly.
Lets Walk the Talk
After losing his father to suicide, Paul Laberge wanted to raise awareness for mental health. Paul spends time each summer walking from Saskatoon all the way to Lloydminster.