There are all sorts of ways to help! From making a donation online to offering your skills or volunteering, there's something for everyone. How will you help?
Donate OnlineOne of the simplest and easiest ways to help is to make an online donation via Credit Card or Paypal*. Your contribution will allow us to run Toronto's Can't Stop the Serenity screening and maximize our total donation to Equality Now. It's as simple as clicking on the Donate button now:
Donate in PersonWe are also happy to take your donations in person at any of the local Toronto shindigs. For dates and times of our upcoming meetups join the Toronto Firefly Shindigs group on yahoo, and/or join the Toronto Browncoats group on Facebook and come out!
Donate a Prize or Auction ItemWe have always had a ton of great prizes and auction items at Toronto's Can't Stop the Serenity screenings, thanks in large part to the donations of generous fans like you! If you have a great collector's item or some cool fan-made stuff that you'd be willing to donate, we will gladly accept! Our favourite items are those that are somehow relevant to Firefly/Serenity, or the other works of Joss Whedon (i.e. Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along-Blog, Dollhouse etc.), but if you have something else available, please feel free to contact us about it; we are always looking for donations! Remember to please ensure that your donation is in top condition (if not brand new.)
To donate an item, please contact the Toronto CSTS Donations Coordinator to arrange pick-up/delivery of the item.
VolunteerIt takes a lot of people to successfully run a Can't Stop the Serenity event! If you have time, we need volunteers to man fan-tables at conventions; to distribute flyers and posters; to provide transportation to pick-up donations; and to help the day of the screening.
If you think you can help out in one of these ways, please contact the Toronto CSTS Volunteer Coordinator today! Volunteer opportunities will be posted on the blog when available. Please note that we cannot always guarantee a job for you if the number of volunteers is too great for a specific event (i.e. where there are limited numbers required/allowed, for fan tables, etc.)