Canada's Largest Polar Bear Dip for Charity

What are you doing on January 1st?
Join hundreds of dippers and thousands of spectators at Coronation Park in Oakville as they take the plunge into the icy cold waters of Lake Ontario to help provide clean water in developing countries.

Whether you come to Coronation Park in Oakville on January 1st to enjoy the live music and festival atmosphere with family and friends, take part in the dip as a wild way to ring in the new year or join us dressed in your craziest costume to win prizes and later see yourself on the news, it is all for a great cause!

Net proceeds from the Courage Polar Bear Dip have been given to World Vision Canada since 1995. In that time over $1,201,000 has been raised and has funded clean water projects around the world.

Funds from the 2014 event will support the Rwanda: Right To Clean Water project in Gashora and Rugarama.

Join us on January 1 2015 for our 30th ANNIVERSARY DIP!

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event and world vision facts

1billion

Almost a billion people don't have access to clean drinking water.

21%

Clean water alone can reduce
water-related deaths by 21%

$1,201,000

Amount raised since 1995 to fund
clean water projects around the world.

32,000

people have access to clean water thanks to the Polar Bear Dip.

42.1%

of families in Rugarama, Rwanda do not have access to clean drinking water.

$200

helps provide safe, clean water for
an entire family.

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THANK-YOU!

Big thanks to everyone who dipped, donated and volunteered on January 1st! It was the coldest dip in years but that didn't slow you down!

Thanks to our supporters, we surpassed our goal of $120,000 and are now above $140,000 in funds raised for Rwanda. Donations are still being accepted! Click here to make your donation today :)

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Polar Bear Dip 2014 Videos

2014 Polar Bear Dip (Kevin September) CHCH | Global | TorontoStar | CityTV | Other Videos: Rick Mercer | Courage Brothers in Rwanda

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