2023 #UnstoppABLE Paper Egg Campaign

The annual #UnstoppABLE Paper Egg Campaign is a national fundraising and awareness initiative that enables children, youth, adults and seniors across Canada living with a cognitive and/or physical disability to reach their full potential.

For four weeks each spring stores across Canada encourage customers to purchase and write their names on a Paper Egg. Paper Eggs are available at retail locations across Nova Scotia for a donation of $2. Funds raised through this campaign directly benefit Nova Scotians living with disabilities.

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

When you participate in the Paper Eggs campaign you help raise funds to support Easter Seals Nova Scotia’s four-pillar programs. New Leaf Enterprises, Take PART, Assisted Mobility and Camp Tidnish. Paper Egg funds will enable us to keep our barrier-free summer Camp Tidnish physically and financially accessible to our campers, help us provide affordable wheelchairs and mobility equipment, assist us with our inclusive sports programs and support our skills and workplace training services for Nova Scotians with disabilities.

Find Paper Eggs near you from March 13th – April 9th!

  • Booster Juice
  • Smitty’s Restaurants
  • Lawtons Drugs
  • Giant Tiger
  • Home Hardware Building Centre
  • Payzant Home Hardware
  • Nine Locks
  • Mastermind Toys (March 6th – April 2nd)

Are you interested in becoming a Paper Egg Campaign partner? Please contact Shauna at events@easterseals.ns.ca or 902-453-6000 ext. 228 to get started!

Learn more about Easter Seals Nova Scotia’s programs & services:
Assisted Mobility – Our Wheelchair Recycling and Assistive Devices programs provide wheelchairs and mobility aids to low-income Nova Scotia living with disabilities.
Camp Tidnish – The only physically barrier-free and fully accessible camp in Nova Scotia.
New Leaf Enterprises – Established in 1960, New Leaf Enterprises was one of the first social enterprises in Nova Scotia and provides persons with disabilities an opportunity to participate in skills development and workplace training.
Take PART – Our highly successful and popular Take PART program promotes active living for persons with disabilities through our five signature recreation programs: Learn to Sledge, Learn to Wheel, Learn to Ride, Learn to Boccia and Learn to Dance.