Live Streaming 12-Hour Telethon (Watch Below)
The Hell or High Water Fundraiser includes a live-streamed 12-hour telethon. The telethon was aired from 10 AM to 10 PM (pdt) on March 13th, 2022. The telethon is part of our fundraising efforts to raise 2 million dollars by May 13th, 2022. Over 50+ musicians perform, as well as, Federal, Provincial and regional dignitaries, special guests and locals tell stories, and share personal messages.
The full length 12 hour telethon is available to view here and, below, we have provided 6 shorter viewing segments with line-up descriptions. Please watch and look at all the effort involved to raise funds for the 1000’s of families affected by the BC fires and floods in the communities of Merritt, Lytton, Princeton, Abbotsford, Monte Lake, BC Canada, as well as, the surrounding First Nation communities.
Surely, we have all earned your generosity.
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Shorter Edited Episodes and Artist line-Up of 12 Hour Telethon Below
Episode 1 of 6 (1h 59m)
From 10am to Noon (pdt) Hell or High Water Telethon Fundraiser with your host Greg Girard. The line up of musicians and guests includes Lower Nicola First Nation Dance and Drumming, Sean Hogan, Jetty Road Band, Lindsay Lockhart, Dan Albas, Chilliwack, Leslee Lucy, Patricia Conroy, Chris Flynn, Chris Buck, Kevin Falcon, Jackie Tegart, Taylor James, Loverboy and the The Abrams.
Episode 2 of 6 (1h 58m)
From Noon to 2pm (pdt) Hell or High Water Telethon Fundraiser with your host Roger White. The line up of musicians and guests includes Bobby Garcia, Metis Bev – Red River Jig, Mayor Linda Brown, 3D House Technology, R&B All Stars, Chelsea Wadden, Gerry Kielman, Dan Hare, Sean Smith, TOPAZ, Joanne Street, Karen Fowlie, Doug Irwin, Todd Richard, Bree Patterson and Rick Tippe.
Episode 3 of 6 (1h 58m)
From 2pm to 4pm (pdt) Hell or High Water Telethon Fundraiser with your host Amber Marshall (Heartland TV Show). The line up of musicians and guests includes Mayor Jan Polderman (Lytton BC), Dirt Road Opera, Wes David, Over the Moon, Steve McDonough, Turncliffe Mccoy, Nigel Mack, Broadway Crush, Miriam Verveyden, Ben Klick, David Gogo, James Buddy Rogers, Carole Leroux, Trigger Mafia, and Garret Gregory.
Episode 4 of 6 (1h 58m)
From 4pm to 6pm (pdt) Hell or High Water Telethon Fundraiser with your host Shaneen Robinson-Desjarlais. The line up of musicians and guests includes Beverley Mahood, Lisa Nicole, Russel deCarle,Lonewolf, Jason Benoit, Bruce Banman, Will Randall, Martin Desjarlais, Philip & Trina Graham, Jeremy Dunn, Dustin Harder, Welders Daughter, Winston Chubb, and Jamie Warren.
Episode 5 of 6 (1h)
From 6pm to 7pm (pdt) Hell or High Water Telethon Fundraiser with your host Greg Girard. The line up of musicians and guests includes Luisa Marshall as Tina Turner, Karac Hendriks, Aaron Goodvin, Kendra Kay, Big and Rich Band, Todd Davidson, and Jason Cooper.
Episode 6 of 6 (2h 10m)
Live Concert from 7pm to 9pm (pdt) Hell or High Water Telethon Fundraiser with your host Curtis Pope. The line up of musicians performing live includes Kenny Hess, George Canyon, Aaron Pritchett, Tom Jackson, Lisa Brokop, Karen Lee Batten, Bruce Coughlan, and Jim Byrnes.
How Can I Participate
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Challenge your friends, co workers, businesses, neighbourhoods, clubs… anyone who will listen, to donate as well. Watch how good that feels helping out Canadians.
Donation matching is a corporate/ business giving initiative in which an employer matches their employee’s contribution to a specific cause, Hell or High Water, thus increasing the donation. Makes sense right! Businesses for BC fire and flood victims.
Your Social Media
Join the momentum and dress up your social media channels with one of our Hell or High Water cover photos supporting the fundraiser. Included is our Hell or High Water avatar to support the event when you are creating posts online.
Together, people can make a difference.