Community Event Fundraising
November 1, 2022

Prairie Co-op's Community Event Fundraising program assists non-profit groups and organizations by offering equipment and a venue to enable fundraising efforts in the community. This program is offered to those who wish to host a fundraising event at a Prairie Co-op location. This includes, but is not limited to: setting up a table to collect donations, fundraising on behalf of your non-profit or organization by selling goods (calendars, raffle tickets, etc), or hosting a hot dog barbecue.We welcome applications from:

  • Non-profit/registered charitable organizations exempt from taxation under the Canada Income Tax Act, whose programs and services benefit our community
  • Not-for-profit community groups and youth organizations (Non-registered are also considered)

How it works

Fundraising Events

Charity barbecue

Prairie Co-op offers you the opportunity to fundraise for your cause by selling hot dogs using our barbecue at one of the following locations:

  • Melville Food Store
  • Fort Qu’Appelle Marketplace
  • Melville Gas Bar
  • Lipton
  • Ituna Farm Supply
  • Kelliher Food Store
  • Cupar Ag & Home.

Click here to apply! Prairie Co-op Community Event Fundraising

Fundraising sales

Does your group have calendars, tickets, or coupon books to sell?  Set up a table at one of our locations.  We have the best customers who will support your cause!

Click here to apply! Prairie Co-op Community Event Fundraising

More information and requirements

Please note that someone in your group must have a Prairie Co-op membership to participate in this program, and that your group’s purpose should align with Prairie Co-op’s values of Excellence | Integrity | Progressive.

Prairie Co-op, like other community-minded businesses, receives numerous requests for donations. Please allow a minimum of 2 weeks to review your requests and respond. We work hard to assist in as many community organizations as possible, however due to the high volume of requests received, not all worthwhile proposals will be approved. Such a response does not reflect upon the value of your organization and the valuable service you provide.

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