Sponsorship

At Trillium Health Partners (THP), we host major community fundraising events and initiatives throughout the year.

Corporate sponsorship is integral to the success of these events and creates a terrific opportunity for your business to build brand loyalty and attract new customers, while contributing to the health and wellbeing of our community. Let us help connect you with our audience of health care professionals and leaders, patients, families, donors and employees from other corporate leaders.

Individualized bundled sponsorship opportunities can be created to align with your unique marketing agenda.
 

Check out our current sponsorship and marketing opportunities:

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The Diwali Gala

Trillium Diwali—the South Asian festival of lights—is Canada’s first and largest Diwali festival, and an evening of charm and elegance, offering exceptional entertainment and fine Indian cuisine.

Sponsorship Opportunities
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Redtail Golf Tournament

For the fifth year in a row, we are proud to offer this very exclusive opportunity to golf at one of the most prestigious golf courses in Canada – Redtail Golf Course! Golf with the “who’s who” of the GTA all in support of the cardiac program at Trillium Health Partners. Check back soon for our new 2020 Redtail Sponsorship Opportunities.

Don't miss your chance to win big! The Trillium Health Partners Foundation 50/50 raffle is back. Buy your tickets today.

Community 50/50

Showcase your brand alongside our electronic 50/50 raffle to our large community audience through a multi-channel online promotional campaign.

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Women with Drive

This women’s-exclusive golf tournament has been a community event for 18 years. It attracts an elite group of women of all ages, including female entrepreneurs, senior executives and CEOs. Check back soon for our new 2020 Women with Drive Sponsorship Opportunities.

Tim Hortons Coffee Days

In recognition of frontline health care workers, we invite you to sponsor a free coffee and tea day for over 12,000 staff across THP’s sites. For a $10,000 sponsorship, your business will gain exposure through e-communications, social media, via our internal THP website and via signage at 7 Tim Horton’s locations.

Community Event Sponsorship

there are over a hundred community events and fundraising initiatives taking place across our community in support of THP each year. Connect with us to share your target audience and we will work to pair you with an initiative that best suits your needs.

Golf Classic

Targeted primarily to corporate donors, this long-standing tournament has raised more than $2.5 million in support of critical health care priorities at Trillium Health Partners. Check back soon for our new 2020 Golf Classic Sponsorship Opportunities.

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Laugh Out Loud

LOL hosts some of Hollywood's most hilarious comedians at our annual signature gala comedy event, and has raised over $10.2 million for Trillium Health Partners since 2013.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Mississauga Fire’s Pink Truck Tour

Presented by Toyotoshi Group Canada, every October, Mississauga Fire Fighters Benevolent Fund volunteers tour the City of Mississauga with a First Line Fire Truck wrapped in pink, selling shirts in support of THP’s cancer program. Opportunities for partnership and engagement are endless – from your logo on our touring fire truck to employee BBQs.


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Connect with us today to find an opportunity that best aligns with your goals, while providing you with logo impressions, complimentary tickets, social and website exposure, volunteer opportunities and more. Please contact Miriam Myers, Director, Community Engagement, at (416) 270-6195 or Miriam.Myers@thp.ca.


From Humble Beginnings to Generous Giving

When our first daughter was born my wife Nidhi and I didn’t have a lot but I promised myself, whenever I am capable of giving back, I will give back to the amazing team of nurses and doctors at Trillium Health Partners – Raman Dua, Founder & CEO of Save Max Real Estate.

Raman’s commitment to charity stems from his humble beginnings, growing up in his grandmother’s 50-square-foot home in India with his parents, brother and two sisters. Due to limited means, Raman was the only one to get a formal education, later immigrating to Canada in 2003. Despite experience in the pharmaceutical sector and two degrees, he lived modestly in Brampton, taking odd jobs before getting a role at an immigration company and meeting his now-wife, Nidhi.

Read the Dua Family's Story