Amref Health Africa volunteers and staff raise money for the training of African midwivesJoin the global movement of Amref Health Africa supporters around the world whose fundraising initiatives help us change lives by providing better health care for vulnerable  communities in over 30 African counties.

Fundraising for Amref Health Africa is a fun and easy way to harness your creativity and network of friends and family for a great cause.

Host an Event - Whether you want to pledge your birthday or raise money by participating in a run/walk/bike-a-thon, the possibilities are virtually endless.

Here are some ideas of events you can host:

Garage or bake sale, BBQ, Movie nights, sports tournaments, lunch money donation, trivia night.

Pledge your birthday, wedding, anniversary, graduation, mother’s day, Christmas, or any other special occasion or holiday.  Use your special occasion or a holiday as an opportunity to be selfless!  Instead of gifts, ask that your friends and family donate to Amref Health Africa on your behalf. 

Pub night – talk to the manager at your favourite watering hole about donating the cover charge to Amref Health Africa in exchange for some new patrons

Auction – host a charity auction and invite all of your friends and family to participate.  If you’re short on auction items, try a service auction.  Offer up your skills and talents for a reasonable price (lawn maintenance, driveway shoveling or dog walking). Service auctions are always a big crowd pleaser.

We can’t wait to help support your next event.

You Made Your Flu Shot Count

Published: 16 October 2014 Sean Power

Rexall and Amref Health Africa teamed up last flu season to deliver life-saving vaccines to children who needed them most in northern Uganda. More than 175,000 life-saving vaccines were delivered. Read more

Amref Health Africa and Liya Kebede Foundation support #SaveMothersDay Live from Ethiopia, Liya Kebede encourages people to celebrate and stand in solidarity with African mothers

Published: 04 May 2016 Sean Power

Every three minutes, a mother in Africa dies from complications related to pregnancy and childbirth – deaths which can be prevented with access to basic healthcare. This Mother’s Day, many of us will post photos of our moms on social media. Embracing this positive trend, Amref Health Africa is asking people to use the hashtag #SaveMothersDay to post a photo with their mom to stand in solidarity with mothers across Africa. Read more

2016 Habari - News from Amref Health Africa in Canada

Published: 18 April 2016 Sean Power

Habari is Amref Health Africa in Canada's annual newsletter for Canadians to update them on how their support is helping to create lasting health change in African communities. Read more

Mount Kilimanjaro Inspires Canadian to Give Back

Published: 15 April 2016 Sean Power

It was a charity climb on Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania that first sparked Mary Ann MacKenzie’s interest in Africa. Read more

Welcoming New Leadership - Renewing Commitments

Published: 30 October 2015 Sean Power

In a special guest blog, global health consultant, researcher, and Canadian, Nafeesa Jalal, shares her perspective on recent global changes at Amref Health Africa, and what the future may hold. Read more

On a hot, sunny night in late May, the sights and sounds of Africa came to downtown Toronto. 200 guests gathered to celebrate life for moms and babies in Africa, and to raise funds for mother and child health. Read more

Cycling for change

Published: 23 September 2014 Sean Power

Humber grad Shane Burt has always been fascinated by different cultures and countries. He’s also an enthusiastic mountain biker. This fall, he gets to combine those two passions in a particularly intense way – with a 400-kilometre bike ride in southern Kenya at the base of Africa’s highest peak, Mount Kilimanjaro. Read more

Rachel Lancaster
Director of Fundraising and Marketing

Rachel Lancaster, Director of Fundraising and Marketing

Want to raise money to improve health in Africa? Get in touch with our Director of Fundraising and Marketing, Rachel Lancaster.