Help CCIJ provide crucial support to survivors of torture, war crimes & other atrocities by designating CCIJ as the beneficiary of your fundraiser. Whether it’s a an office fundraiser, a university campaign, or a school bake sale, consider donating your proceeds to CCIJ to help us carry out our exceptional and unique work.

Start Your Own Fundraising Campaign to Benefit CCIJ

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Are you thinking of running a marathon or organising a crowd-funding campaign for charity? By choosing CCIJ as your charity beneficiary, your funds will help us continue to provide crucial legal and psycho-social support to survivors of atrocities, many of whom are refugees to Canada.

Simply register with us below to get started! We will direct you to a number of crowd-funding platforms where you can make the campaign yours by customizing the fundraiser. This is a great opportunity to tell your friends and networks why CCIJ’s work matters to you and how they can help.

Host a Fundraising Event


Hosting a fundraising event is a great way to raise money in support of CCIJ and our work with survivors in Canada. There are countless possibilities to be creative and find the right event to appeal to your community and network. From an elaborate dinner party to a simple pizza party, just ask your guests to bring a donation for CCIJ equal to the cost of the meal and use the event as an opportunity to tell them why CCIJ’s work matters to you.

Want to do something different?

You can also organize one of the following and donate the proceeds to CCIJ:

  • Hold a garage or yard sale, or sell items on eBay
  • Put on an art show, talent show, or fashion show
  • Organize a comedy night or play
  • Host a benefit concert

If you want one of our staff members or affiliates to speak at your event, please email us at to schedule a booking. While we cannot guarantee availability, we will do our best to accommodate you.

*Please Note: If you choose to fundraise for CCIJ, you are designating CCIJ as your beneficiary charity. CCIJ is not affiliated with or responsible for your fundraiser and all your representations must reflect this. CCIJ is grateful to receive your donation, however all fundraising efforts must be carried out voluntarily and independently of CCIJ.