The Class Champions Donor Program
The Class Champions program brings together generous and dedicated supporters to collectively support an entire cohort of Pathways students from the first day of high school until graduation.
Class Champions make a multi-year commitment to ensure that eligible students across Canada have access to the Pathways Program.
With an annual gift of $1,000 or more over four years, Class Champions provide sustainable funding to support Pathways students through the entirety of their high school journey.
Limited time opportunity: make twice the impact
All Class Champions commitments in support of the Class of 2027 made on or before December 31st, 2023, will be matched 1:1, up to $2 million, allowing you to double the impact of your giving throughout the entirety of your four-year commitment.
Thank you to our incredibly generous matching gift donor, The Joyce Family Foundation.
Make an impact as a community and receive exclusive benefits
As a Class Champion, we will keep you up to date on the successes and challenges of Pathways students over the course of their high school journey. You will receive:
- Two comprehensive updates per year to give you a view into how students are progressing, allowing you to witness the real change you are helping make happen.
- Exclusive invitations to Class Champions events.
- Recognition of your generous support and leadership in our annual report and our website, showcasing your commitment to empowering students through education.
Become a Class Champions donor
Become a Class Champions fundraising volunteer
Approximately 1,500 incoming high school students join the Pathways Program every year, and we support them for their entire high school journey and beyond. Help us raise the funds required to honour this commitment by becoming a Class Champions fundraising volunteer.
For more information on becoming a fundraising volunteer please contact:
Manager, Donor Programs
(416) 646-0123 x225
Why Canadians like you support the Class Champions program
With inflation driving up the cost of living, we feel it’s important to ensure every student continues to receive the resources they need for their best chance at educational success. Supporting Pathways is an effective way to support students for long-term success in work and family life—not just for the Class of 2026, but for future generations as well.
I support the Graduating Class of 2025 because I believe no young person should have to overcome financial or social barriers to finish high school. Donating to Pathways aligns with my vision of giving back to help young people succeed.