Step into our community uprising of care
Rise up to fight local poverty

DAYS LEFT TO UP 2018: 214

Ready to change lives as far as the eye can see? Then, register for UP 2018! Going sky-high on Saturday, November 24 and Sunday, November 25 means rising to two of our region’s tallest challenges: conquering all 1,776 steps of the CN Tower and lifting people from poverty to a life filled with possibility. Are you UP? 

  • Student Climb: Saturday, November 24, 2018; 6 a.m. to 10 a.m.
  • Public Climb: Saturday, November 24, 2018; 6 a.m. to 10 a.m.
  • Corporate Climb: Sunday, November 25, 2018; 6 a.m. to 10 a.m.
  • Presidential Climb: Sunday, November 25, 2018; 10:15 a.m.
    (BY INVITATION ONLY)

Registration fees

A non-refundable registration fee applies: $10 for students and $20 for adults. While assisting with event planning, this fee will ensure that United Way Toronto & York Region minimizes the potential loss of donated funds. (Note: a tax receipt cannot be issued for the registration fee, as prescribed by the Canada Revenue Agency.)

Minimum-fundraising requirements

To be eligible, each climber must raise and submit the following fundraising minimums: $50 for elementary/high-school students, and $75 for post-secondary students; $100 for adults. As always, 100% of funds raised will go directly to United Way’s ongoing work in fighting poverty across our region.

2017 Prize Winners

Top Individual Fundraisers

  • Top Individual fundraiser: Pat Pambianco, Suncor Energy Inc. $13,816
  • 2nd Top Individual fundraiser: Bill Anderson, Sun Life Financial, $12,377.60
  • 3rd Top Individual fundraiser: Mary Lou Jorgensen-Bacher, Ministry of Labour, $11,648.00

Top Fundraising Team

  • Ontario Public Service, $157,782.30

Largest Teams

  • Corporate: TD Canada Trust, 1007
  • Public: #WeGotThis, 15
  • Elementary/Secondary School: Northern Secondary School, 170
  • Post-Secondary School: Humber College, 82

Fastest Climbers

  • Fastest female (Corporate): Kylee Bauersfeld, Scotiabank, 14:31
  • Fastest male (Corporate): Brad Bradford, City of Toronto, 11:47
  • Fastest female (Public): Maria Sanna, 14:48
  • Fastest male (Public): Nick Croker, 10:36
  • Fastest female (age 13-17): Emily Hardie, 15:21
  • Fastest male (age 13-17): Nathan Simanavicius, 11:55
  • Fastest female (under 12 years of age): Kiki Drozd, 16:52
  • Fastest male (under 12 years of age): Gabriel Kulikauskas, 14:15

Presidential Climbers

  • Fastest male: Dave Jones, Sun Life Financial, 15:27
  • Top fundraiser: Bill Anderson, Sun Life Financial, $12,377.60