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CTV Vancouver Island is proud to support not-for-profit community and charitable organizations across the island.   To submit an event for consideration, please email islandcommunityevents@ctv.ca.  

Please Note: due to the large number of submissions, we are unable to respond to every request.  We thank you for choosing CTV to help promote your event and wish you great success.


Local Love

United Way Greater Victoria ‘Local Love in a Global Crisis Fund'

Greater Victoria 

Show your Local love for the most vulnerable in Greater Victoria during the COVID-19 Crisis through United Way’s “Local Love in a Global Crisis” fund. Your donation today will help support seniors who are isolated; those in need of mental health support, and our frontline workers who need to rest and self-isolate. If you are able, please give generously today at uwgv.ca/covid19. Together we can keep our community strong! 

Stay 'N Play

Broadmead Care's Stay 'N Play

May 28 - June 4 


Diamonds, cash, auction and more! Join us for our online Broadmead Care Stay ‘N Play event! Physical distancing has changed the way we have fun, and we are rolling with it! Broadmead Care's Stay ‘N Play event is a full week of amazing online auction items and chances to win great prizes. Be sure to login for their streaming closing ceremony hosted by CFAX 1070 Morning Show Host Al Ferraby. You can help us make Veterans Memorial Lodge feel more like home for the people who live here – simply by joining Broadmead Care for a round of fun!

Walk for Alzhiemers

IG Wealth Management Walk for Alzheimer’s – Online  

May 31


Dementia doesn’t stop and neither do we. You can help the Alzheimer Society of B.C. support people affected by dementia by inviting your family and friends to join you from a distance in this online walk. The online event can be accessed from anywhere that has an internet connection. S, stream the Walk live, while joining in the fun from your living room, backyard or balcony. Register today at walkforalzheimers.ca – the time is now.


JDRF House ParT1D For A Cure 

June 14


The JDRF House ParT1D for a Cure presented by Omnipod is Canada’s largest virtual house party turning type one diabetes into type none. The JDRF House ParT1D for a Cure is a one-day, family-friendly, virtual and interactive house party that rallies together those affected by type 1 diabetes (T1D) to unite, get loud and raise funds to accelerate the pace of diabetes research. The JDRF House ParT1D for a Cure will feature guests such as NHL player Max Domi and Canadian country superstar George Canyon. It will be a day filled with entertainment, inspirational stories, research updates from the experts and so much more. Participants will also be able to stream live their house party – what they are doing to move towards a cure for type 1 diabetes. Get creative and choose any fundraising challenge that you can complete at home – then encourage friends and family to support you on your mission to end T1D. Once you join the JDRF House ParT1D for a Cure on June 14th, you’ll be able to live stream your house party and share what you’re doing to move towards a cure for type 1 diabetes.

Teeny Tiny Garden Tour

Teeny Tiny Garden Tour - Virtual Edition 

June 14 - July 31


Join us for the Teeny Tiny Garden Tour – Virtual Edition! You’ll enjoy a virtual glimpse into some of Victoria’s best backyard gardens through a variety of video tours designed to bring beauty, inspiration and delight right to you! Tour goers can buy a beautiful 2021 Teeny Tiny Garden Tour Calendar in lieu of buying a ticket, or can make a donation towards this important fundraiser for Victoria Hospice. 

Sponsored Events

Vancouver Island is home to some amazing community events, put on by many wonderful local organizations. CTV Vancouver Island is proud to support them. If you have an event coming up and you’d like us to get behind it, please email islandcommunityevents@ctv.ca