The Easter Seals Society of PEI Campaign is a franchised project of the Rotary Club of Charlottetown, and supported by the Rotary Club of Summerside and the Rotary Club of Montague. Annual activities include a direct mail campaign, the Tim Hortons’ Ambassador’s School Tour, the Paper Egg campaign, fundraiser at an Island Storm Basketball Game, Charlottetown Islanders Hockey Game, UPEI Sports Games, Dooly’s pool tournament, various BBQs, and many other fundraising initiatives and campaign sponsor contributions, that enable Easter Seals to help provide programs and equipment for people with disabilities on Prince Edward Island.
The PEI Easter Seals Society has provided financial assistance to support programs of the PEI Cerebral Palsy Association, Camp Gencheff, Stars for Life Foundation, Autism Society of PEI, PEI Rehabilitation Council, Joyriders, PEI Association for Community Living, PEI Council of People with Disabilities, and many other worthy organizations.
The money raised is used to help Islanders with disabilities, right here on PEI. Grants are given to charitable organizations, whose mandate is to enrich the lives of Islanders living with a disability. Grant application forms to apply for funding from the PEI Easter Seals Society are available annually in the fall.