In 2016, Parachute continued its mission to create an injury-free Canada. We are grateful to our partners, stakeholders and generous funders who played an important role in our successful activities and program, including the launch of Concussion Ed app, the 20th anniversary of Parachute Safe Kid’s Week and a record-breaking response National Teen Driver Safety Week. We invite you to read our 2016 Annual Report to learn about these initiatives and many more that are helping to stop the clock on preventable injuries.
In 2015, Parachute called on all Canada to “Stop the Clock” on injury, a broad-reaching public awareness national campaign. Parachute hosted its first-ever fundraising gala, drawing support from Wayne Gretzky, Martin Short, and Jason Priestly. In addition to deliverying our many programs and adding to our networks of communities and injury-prevention partners, Parachute published two major works: the landmark Cost of Injury report and a new edition of the Canadian Injury Prevention Resource.
In 2014, Parachute continued to inspire and mobilize Canadians to prevent injuries and live long lives to the fullest. We invite you to read our 2014 Annual Report to learn more about how we are working with our partners, stakeholders and generous funders to stop the clock on preventable injuries.
Please download our 2014 Annual Report [PDF - 18 MB]
Parachute’s first full year of operations was full of progress and accomplishment. We have begun to deliver on the promise of Parachute: a national organization with depth, influence, and vision. We invite you to read our 2013 Annual Report to see how we continue to work with partners, stakeholders, volunteers, and funders toward a common vision of zero injuries.
Please download our 2013 Annual Report [PDF - 16 MB]
Since the founding of Parachute on July 1, 2012, great strides have been made towards our vision of an injury-free Canada. Our commitment to injury prevention is strong. We invite you to read our first Report on Operations for the period July 1 – December 31, 2012 and learn more about our drive to educate, inspire and mobilize Canadians to prevent injuries and save lives.
We are on our way to achieving our vision of an injury-free Canada, with Canadians living long lives to the fullest.
Click here for the 2012 Report.