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Charity of Choice:  3D Charity


In 1999, the Tri-District Charity Hockey Tournament was born and has now evolved 18 editions later into the 3D Charity Hockey and Soccer Tournament.  In the next calendar year, the charity will be over $1,000,000.00 in total money raised and has supported hundreds of students and families in the three local school districts.  The success is a testament to the hard work of students, school staff, and local businesses working hard to raise money for our students.

A hockey and soccer tournament for students in the Peace Wapiti, Catholic, and the Public School districts is held to support students in those schools who are dealing with serious medical concerns. 


Funds raised help families in our community who either have to purchase their own wheel chairs, completely renovate their homes for wheel chair access, travel to hospitals in Edmonton, Calgary, Toronto, Montreal, Memphis, and Florida, etc. They may need a little helping hand to help pay some of those costs.  Each year, between 35-40 students receive various funding to help support in different ways.   Students have benefited directly with funds from the tournaments with each student receiving a cash donation and a gift of choice. The Queen Elizabeth Hospital children’s ward has also been a benefactor of the tournament, receiving funds to furnish a theme room, benefit the therapeutic clown program, purchase Wii game systems for patient rooms, and a big screen TV and PS3 in the family room.

 No Ordinary Tradeshow is pleased to be able to help raise awareness as well as fund raise in any way possible for this very worthy cause.

 For more information regarding 3D Charity go to

No Ordinary Tradeshow invites businesses that cater to Men, Women, Children and families and individuals to participate in the upcoming FALL EXTRAVAGANZA 2018, SEPTEMBER 22, 2018.

Below is a list of Potential Exhibitors. 

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