Dry Feb has raised more than $2 million for the Canadian Cancer Society over the past five years, and it’s putting on its biggest-ever marketing pu
Lebanese-Canadian Massari and Iraqi-Canadian Ali Gatie teamed up for a new song and video, I See The Dream (Badna Salam), promoting a global messag
The Canadian country star's 12th Annual Charity Golf Classic in Alberta raised a phenomenal sum for his charitable foundation last week. To date, it has contributed over $4M for children’s charities across Canada. Pictured: Bamford hoisting the Grey Cup at the event.
Canadian rock band Arkells has teamed up with the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto to launch a clothing drive for New Circles Community Services as part
Canadian musicians Terra Lightfoot, Lindi Ortega and Begonia are teaming up for an Ontario tour in February that will benefit multiple organization
Once a member of Fred Eaglesmith's band The Flying Squirrels, he now brings tears of joy to mothers and kids with a program that refurbishes and donates guitars to kids in Cambridge, ON.
Justifiably lauded for their charitable endeavours, the Montreal rock band has named over 30 charitable organizations that are receiving funds raised in 2018. SPF has given out over $2.5M since it formed in 2005.
Sultans of String, a Canadian fusion music group with overseas roots, has teamed up with UNHCR, the United Nations Agency for Refugees in Canada, t
Last week, the country star's philanthropic foundation raised a huge amount via its annual golf classic and star-studded gala. A cheque for $100K was presented to MusiCounts head Allan Reid (pictured) at the gala.
It's in LA tonight, the proceeds go to a great cause, and the buzz is that a marquee of others are attending and performing at this exclusive fundraiser.
If Day of 1000 Musicians all comes together as planned, Paul Lemire is hoping to raise $5000 each for a quartet of charities, including two associated with music.
“Reminding Me” singer Shawn Hook and “Marching Bands” EDM-pop act Neon Dreams will be touring together this fall on a 17-date Canadian tour, with a dollar from each ticket sale going to We Charity, formerly known as Free the Children.