All Make-A-Wish® Rope for Hope registered participants who raise $3,000 or more by September 30, 2019 will be automatically entered in a draw to win an incredible getaway to Costa Rica, courtesy of Monograms and WestJet valued at $6,000!

The prize package consists of one (1) vacation for two (2) on Monograms' “Costa Rica Wonders” (code ILA) which includes six (6) nights’ accommodation - two (2) nights' accommodation in San Jose, two (2) nights' accommodation in Arenal, and two (2) nights' accommodation in Monteverde, buffet breakfast daily, and 1 three-course dinner, Local Host® Services throughout the vacation, roundtrip airport transfers. Also includes one (1) WestJet voucher valid for one (1) roundtrip flight for two (2) guests from any regularly scheduled and marketed Canadian WestJet destination to San Jose, Costa Rica (subject to promotional space availability, and flight schedule on flights), WestJet voucher is subject to the terms and conditions set out herein and as otherwise provided by WestJet.

For full contest rules and regulations, click here.


Steve Lawson (left) with wife, Shari-Lynn, enjoying their Costa Rican adventure.

The 2018 Make-A-Wish® Rope for Hope national fundraising contest has closed and we have a winner! Congratulations to Steve Lawson, member of Team Chloe at Rope for Hope Ottawa. Steve himself raised more than $6,000 and his team collectively raised over $18,000! Steve won the Make-A-Wish® Canada national fundraising contest prize draw for a one-week getaway for two to Costa Rica, courtesy of WestJet and Monograms.

Steve’s daughter, Chloe, 16, lives with obstructive sleep apnea, Down syndrome and related health complications. Her wish will be granted by Make-A-Wish® Eastern Ontario and Steve wanted to give back to help grant life-changing wishes for more kids like Chloe.

“It floored me just how generous people are. People were donating $100, $200, $300 each. Event day was a sunny, beautiful day. It was a really well-organized event and I felt super safe stepping off the building,” says Steve. “It’s a character-building event and I enjoy challenging myself.” 

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