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#GivingTuesday Campaign

November 15, 2021
#GivingTuesday Campaign

OTTAWA, ON – Giving Tuesday is November 30 and Archery Canada, in partnership with the Canadian Archery Foundation (CAF), is launching a campaign to raise funds for the Canadian team competing in the 2022 3D World Championships, taking place in Italy next September.

For every dollar raised by Archery Canada on Giving Tuesday, the CAF will contribute matching funds to a maximum of $5,000. Funds raised will support athletes in their journey to the world stage. All gifts are eligible for a tax receipt.

Canada will strive to send a full cohort of 24 athletes across four different bow types (compound, barebow, longbow, and instinctive). Your gift will be instrumental in supporting the team that will wear the maple leaf in Italy next year – and it will have double the impact thanks to the Canadian Archery Foundation.

The link for this campaign is here:

Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Join us on Giving Tuesday using the hashtags – #GivingTuesday and #Givingin3D

About Archery Canada: Archery Canada is the National Sport Organization dedicated to the promotion and development of all types of archery for all Canadians. Archery Canada supports the achievement of high performance excellence in archery and the development of a national archery infrastructure to promote archery participation across Canada in cooperation with our Members, the Provincial/Territorial Archery Associations.

About CAF: The Canadian Archery Foundation was established by a group of dedicated and seasoned archers whose sole aim is to promote the sport and attract funding through donations, with the goal of identifying those athletes in the sport of archery who have achieved excellence and being able to provide financial assistance for competition travel expenses, education (WW Gunter Memorial Scholarship), and training.

For more information on the Giving Tuesday campaign, please contact:

Zoe Meil

Communications and Safe Sport Coordinator

Archery Canada