Paper Egg Campaign

The Paper Egg Campaign is Easter Seals’ annual spring fundraising campaign. It is a national awareness initiative that enables youth, adults and seniors across Canada living with cognitive and/or physical disabilities to reach their full potential.

For 4 weeks each spring, stores across Canada encourage customers to purchase and write their name on a Paper Egg. Paper Eggs are sold for $2.00 each. Funds raised through this campaign in Nova Scotia will directly benefit Nova Scotians living with disabilities.

Since 1931, Easter Seals Nova Scotia has been committed to helping persons with cognitive and/or physical disabilities improve their quality of life. Annually, over 2,700 Nova Scotians benefit from our programs & services.

Your participation in the Paper Egg campaign enables people with disabilities to access assistive devices and mobility, skills and workplace training, recreation and active living, and more through Easter Seals Nova Scotia’s programs and services.

We focus on the ability within any disability – strengthening those abilities so children, youth and adults are able to live a life to their full potential.

So from March 16 to April 12, 2020, look for these Paper Eggs at Lawtons, Booster Juice and other stores and help Nova Scotians living with disabilities become UNSTOPPABLE™!

Post your photos with the Paper Eggs on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram with the hashtags #PaperEggs and #EasterSeals for a chance to win prizes! Post your photo on all 3 social media platforms to increase your chances of winning!

Learn more about the Paper Egg Campaign in Canada at

Learn more about Easter Seals Nova Scotia’s programs and services by clicking one of the links below:
Assistive Devices – our program that helps provide a wide variety of health equipment.
Camp Tidnish – the only barrier-free and fully accessible camp in Nova Scotia.
New Leaf Enterprises – the oldest social enterprise in Nova Scotia that provides persons with disabilities an opportunity to participate in skills and workplace training.
Take PARTPhysically Accessible Recreation Today promotes active living for persons with disabilities through sledge hockey and boccia.