There are so many ways to support the amazing sport of volleyball and the athletes who represent our country with pride on the international stage!
Help Canadian volleyball athletes and programs
Hoag Team Canada Fund
The Hoag Team Canada Fund, founded by Olympian and National Team head coach Glenn Hoag and his family, is committed to supporting the ongoing improvement of men’s volleyball in Canada.
The focus of the Fund is to enhance Team Canada’s pillars of growth, success, and excellence by providing support for high-quality training and competition conditions at the national team level. This may include professional development for staff, training opportunities for athletes and/or support for innovation and technology to address the challenges of the future.
The Hoag family is dedicated to the continuous growth of volleyball in Canada, and the Team Canada Fund reflects the family’s impact on the men’s national team program over many years and moving forward.
- Donate today - this fund is administered by the Canadian Olympic Foundation, and donors will receive a tax receipt.
Wong Family Fund
The Wong Family Fund was created to provide support to promising Canadian female volleyball coaches, who have the potential to coach internationally and/or for the national team program.
The Fund provides coaching professional development experiences, including mentorship and educational opportunities, as well as assisting developing coaches navigate the pathways to the national team program.
This Fund was created by Hugh Wong, a builder member of Volleyball Canada’s Hall of Fame. Wong and his family are long-time supporters of volleyball in B.C. as well as at the national and international levels.
- Donate today - this fund is administered by the Canadian Olympic Foundation and donors receive a tax receipt.
The Tom Ng Beach Volleyball Fund
The Tom Ng Beach Volleyball Athlete Assistance Fund was created in 2013 in partnership with Volleyball Canada and the Canadian Olympic Foundation. Annually, the Fund awards a high-performance beach volleyball athlete an amount to offset training and competition expenses.
Donate today - this fund is administered by the Canadian Olympic Foundation and donors receive a tax receipt.
#Give5 Campaign | Women’s National Team
About the #Give5 Campaign
The #Give5 Campaign provides youth athletes from across Canada a unique connection to the Women’s National Team through fundraising and direct engagement with national team players. Over the past two years, 34 #Give5 clubs from across Canada have fundraised over $15,000 and participated in Zoom calls that provide youth athletes and national team athletes the opportunity to connect and share their experiences in the sport. As the Women’s Program continues to emerge as a strong competitor on the international stage, the need for additional competition opportunities overseas also grows. Through the #Give5 Campaign, the Women’s National Team hopes to connect with even more clubs from across Canada and work towards funding their vision of being a world leader in volleyball.
The campaign is a collaborative effort between Volleyball BC, Volleyball Canada and the Women’s National Program host committee (Pacific Volleyball Society). In 2022, the campaign has the goal of engaging with more than 40 youth clubs from all across Canada.
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Join the #Give5 Campaign
To join the #Give5 Campaign, clubs simply add $5 to their club tryout or registration fee and 100% of the proceeds go directly towards funding additional competition opportunities for the Women’s National Team athletes. If some clubs have already completed their registration process for the 2022 club season, lump sum donations of $250 or more can also qualify your club to become a #Give5 Club.
Perks of being a #Give5 Club
All #Give5 Clubs that donate to the campaign will have the opportunity to schedule a Zoom call for their club with athletes from the National Team Program. During these calls, club athletes will have the opportunity to ask questions and get to know the national team players on a personal level. Our hope is that through these calls, youth athletes from across Canada will feel a closer connection to the national team and together we can inspire the next generation of female volleyball athletes. These calls will be scheduled during the 2022 club season (January-April).
During past Zoom calls, national team athletes have spoken on topics such as:
Grit and resilience
Sport psychology, nutrition and training routines
Pathways to the national team
“A day in the life of a national team athlete”
Playing professional volleyball overseas
Depending on interest, coaches from #Give5 clubs also have the opportunity to connect with national team coaches through the campaign.
Celebrating Past #Give5 Donors
We are so grateful for the support of these clubs that have participated in the campaign over the past few years. Without their support, training and competition opportunities like the 2021 Volleyball Nations League training camp might not have been possible.
Gold-Level Clubs: Canadian youth clubs that have supported the campaign for two or more years!
Ace Volleyball Club (AB and BC)
Attaque Mauricie (QC)
BCO Volleyball Club (BC)
Fraser Valley Volleyball Club (BC)
Momentum Volleyball (BC)
Sky Volleyball Club (BC)
St. Thomas Express Volleyball Club (ON)
Thunder Volleyball Club (BC)
Volleyball L.L.L. - Laval, Laurentides, Lanaudière (QC)
Bronze-Level Clubs: Canadian youth clubs that joined the campaign for one year!
403 Selects Volleyball Club (AB)
Alliance Volleyball (MB)
Apex Volleyball Club (BC)
Barn Owls Volleyball Club (BC)
Dawson Creek Volleyball Club (BC)
Dinos Women’s Volleyball Club (AB)
Ducks Volleyball Club (BC)
Georgian Cubs Volleyball Club (ON)
Jr Heat Volleyball Club (BC)
Kamloops Volleyball Association (BC)
Kempe Volleyball Club (NS)
Leaside Volleyball Club (ON)
Markham Wildcats (ON)
Maverick Volleyball Club (ON)
Pakmen Volleyball Club (ON)
Pandas Volleyball Club (AB)
Panthers Volleyball Club (AB)
Phoenix Volleyball (ON)
Raincity Volleyball Club (BC)
Region One Volleyball (ON)
Smash Raiders Volleyball Club (ON)
South Peace Volleyball Club (AB)
Storm Volleyball (ON)
Sunshine Coast Volleyball Club (BC)
West Kelowna Volleyball Club (BC)
Aeroplan member donation program
About the Aeroplan Member Donation Program
The Aeroplan member donation program helps its members support Canadian-based initiatives. It is an online platform where Aeroplan members can connect with more than 200 organizations (including Volleyball Canada), charities and causes that they care about, and help make a difference by donating their miles to worthy initiatives.
Individual members can make donations on a one-time basis or on an ongoing basis by earmarking 2% of their miles automatically every time they earn by updating their profile on Aeroplan.com.
Where do your donated miles go?
The Aeroplan member donation program allows approved charities to establish an account through the program and set a specific goal for the number of Aeroplan Miles they want to raise through member donations.
Your donation to Volleyball Canada will go to offsetting travel costs for athletes and coaches attending training opportunities and competitions, nationally and internationally.
Each charitable donation made through the Aeroplan member donation program you make will be topped up by a 10% contribution from Aeroplan. This applies for all donations to all accounts, all the time.
Volleyball Canada’s 28th Annual Auction
Support your teams by bidding on a wide range of items – from memorabilia to trips and so much more at www.volleyballauction.ca March 10 - 17, 2022.
Our generous volleyball supporters from across the country have donated hundreds of items in all price ranges, so there is something for all budget sizes!
Proceeds go to our indoor, beach and sitting volleyball programs to provide enhanced training and competition opportunities. Help us reach our goal of $40,000!!
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