Support Canadians living with disabilities: get your Easter Seals Paper Eggs at participating stores or make a donation online!

 

2019 Paper Eggs - 500 x 300

 

 

 

 

 

 

Look out for the Paper Eggs at a participating store near you between March 21 to April 17, 2022*

*Dates may vary depending on participating store.

Each Spring, communities and businesses all across Canada rally together to raise funds in support of Canadians who are living with disabilities through the annual Easter Seals Paper Egg Campaign.

During the Paper Egg campaign period, Canadians are invited to make a donation to Easter Seals– a national charity—by purchasing Paper Eggs that are available at checkout counters at participating retail stores, restaurants and other businesses. They can write or sign their name on the Paper Eggs, which the stores then put up on the store’s walls and windows to create a powerful display of support and solidarity for people in your communities who are living with disabilities.

All donations raised through the Paper Egg campaign in each province helps to fund transformative and life-changing programs and services for local children, youth, and adults in the province who are living with disabilities: enabling them to fully realize their potential and be #unstoppABLE®Learn more about Easter Seals program and services in your province.

You can also show your support and raise awareness about the campaign by posting a photo of yourself with your signed Paper Eggs on your Facebook and social media profiles with the hashtags #PaperEgg and #EasterSeals!

THANK YOU for supporting the Paper Egg – #unstoppABLE® Campaign!

 

Can’t get to or find the Paper Eggs in your local stores?

Image of a young man, with a smile on his face and wearing a crown, holding up a cupcake with a candle on it. He is set against a grey background with decorative elements, and the words "Celebrating 100 Years"

Funds raised through the Paper Egg #UNSTOPPABLE Campaign help provide Easter Seals programs and services in support of people living with disabilities across Canada.