"That was absolutely unbelievable. The view is amazing and it was fun! I would love to do it again next year and would love to raise more money for Easter Seals. You get to do something really awesome and push your limits. I encourage other people to raise money and do it as well."
~ Annalisa King, Team Terminal Club City
When you register, you'll get your own page with tools to invite others, spread the word, share your photos and videos and fundraise for Easter Seals.
You can also add these items to your registration:
Superhero Cape - Purchase a one-of-a-kind cape designed by an Easter Seals camper and wear it on the day as you rappel. Cost $100.
Framed Photo - Take home a professionally taken photo framed of yourself from the day of the event! Cost $40.
Video - Capture the moment with a professionally filmed 2-3 minute video to keep as a memory and use for bragging rights. Cost $1,200.
Since 1952, Easter Seals BC & Yukon has been an established leader in supporting the disabled community through Easter Seals Camps and Easter Seals House.
Easter Seals Camps are a place where everyone is welcome and no one hears the word ‘no’. It’s a place where campers can be themselves, and explore and develop their abilities in a safe, warm, fun and supportive environment. Campers return home with new friendships, improved skills, and become more independent and active members of their communities. Camp offers both a magical experience for campers, and an important week of respite for families and caregivers.
Easter Seals House offers an affordable home-away-from-home for adults and families who travel to Vancouver for medical treatment. For so many, knowing Easter Seals House is here gives them a sense of peace and calmness, during very hard times. Located just blocks away from the best hospitals and treatment centres, makes it easy for guests and caregivers to travel to and from.
To learn more about these programs and our community, visit us at eastersealsbcy.ca.
The Easter Seals Drop Zone gives you a once-in-a-lifetime chance to challenge yourself and change lives! Since 2005, thousands of people all across Canada have become superheroes for a day in support of children and adults with disabilities.