Summer 2022
Sweat to support
BWSS Sweat to Support Survivors participant Lucy
BWSS Sweat to Support Survivors Latinas enerdy team
BWSS Sweat to Support Survivors group roller skating
BWSS Sweat to Support Survivors participant doing situps
BWSS Sweat to Support Survivors
BWSS Sweat to Support Survivors participant Melanie biking

How does it work?


Choose your challenge (walk, swim, hike, run) and time length (a day, week, a month)


Click the Register Now button below and “Join as Individual” or “Create a Team”


Create your individualized or team page – it is easy and only takes minutes


Once your page is created you can begin sharing


Ask your family, friends, co-workers, to sponsor you through your fundraising page (all donations go to BWSS and tax receipts are issued immediately


Raise $200 and receive a Sweat to Support Survivors Summer 2022 t-shirt


Strive to be in the 3 top fundraisers to receive special prizes

No challenge is too big or small;  walk, roll, dance, you decide

July 15th – August 15th, 2022

Sweat to Support Survivors fundraising challenge enters a third year and we are thrilled!


What is it all about?

In 2020 Lucy MacDonald, a committed community member and BWSS supporter, created #SweatToSupport so her and her friends could raise much needed funds for survivors of relationship violence.

It was a fabulous beginning.

“I started Sweat to Support to raise awareness about something I feel strongly about and to give voice to an issue that many people find it difficult to address.” Said Lucy MacDonald, founder. “The negative stigma associated with domestic violence makes it harder for those in need to reach out for help or to ask for support.”

Sweat to Support Survivors has turned into an incredible way to take action on domestic violence in our communities. Our Summer 2022 challenge goes from July 15th to August 15th and our goal is to raise $50,000.

“I hope that this small awareness campaign I started three years ago will be a small step in the right direction and I hope that we take many more steps, raise our voices and our heart rates to support survivors of domestic violence.” – Lucy MacDonald.

You can download this year’s poster here

Need help now?

You are not alone. You have options.

Our Safety Changes Everything team are available 24/7 by phone or text to discuss your situation and help create a personalized safety plan that’s right for you.

Call 24/7 toll free 1-855-687-1868

Text 604-652-1867