It’s the end of the school year! Be sure to thank your teachers!

Celebrate the amazing people who teach our children all year long! Send a Wish & Give link to the other parents in your class to collect a cash group gift for the teacher and a donation to a charity of their choice. The teacher gets what they want, and everyone gives back to the community – or even the school! A win-win!

How to Wish & Give for group gift collecting?

Follow these 10 simple steps below. The site was built for parties and tickets, but can easily be used for group gift collecting!

  1. Log in at www.wishandgive.ca
  2. Click Invitation and next
  3. Choose a charity
    1. If you are choosing your school, email julie@wishandgive.ca to have it added to the database
    2. Search by postal code to find a charity near you or simply type it in
  4. Party Details Page – while this is not a ‘party’ this is the page where you enter in the details the other parents will see when they receive the invitation
  5. TIPS:
    • Set the dates to when you start and end the contribution period
    • Set the location to the school’s address – this will populate a map and not have your home address on the map!
    • Click’online’ party and ‘private’
  6. Use the Description Box to let the parents know you are collecting funds for the teacher and donations to their charity of choice as a thank you for teaching your children all year long.
  7. Enter Emails – Skip this step, otherwise a party invitation will be sent to each parent. Click Next.
  8. Cut and paste the personalized URL and email it to the parents
  9. When you are ready to pay out the cash to the teacher click ‘close’ on your dashboard and email julie@wishandgive.ca with the teacher’s email address.
    1. The cash (minus admin fees*) will be sent directly to the teacher.
    2. And the donation will be sent directly to the charity.
  10. That’s it!  Congrats! I hope you come back to use Wish & Give for your child’s next birthday party! 🙂

*Administration fees = 5.5% and 50cents per transaction