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Donation Request

Rogers' Chocolates receives an overwhelming amount of donation requests every year.

All requests are reviewed; however not all of them will receive support. If you have not received a response to your donation request within 30 days of submission, it means that unfortunately, your organization's request has not been approved for this year.

Those organizations that we have chosen to support will receive confirmation by email. Rogers' Chocolates reserves the right to use the selected organizations' name in future public communications regarding donations. We thank you in advance for inviting us to support your organization and wish you every success in achieving your fundraising objectives. Please respect the following guidelines in order for your organization to be considered for a donation: 

  • Include the following information in your email:
    • Name, date and location of your event/organization.
    • Purpose of your event/organization and expected attendance.
    • Preferred in-kind donation requested from Rogers' Chocolates.
    • Complete contact information (name, phone number, mailing address, postal code and email address) for the person in charge of the donation request for your organization.
    • In-kind recognition that will be provided (if any) for Rogers' Chocolates for contributing to your organization/event.
  • Email your donation request to Requests sent by fax or traditional mail will not be considered.
  • Submit your donation request at least 60 days prior to your event.
  • Only one application per organization/event per year will be accepted.
Steeped in tradition and rich with history

The first Rogers' chocolates were made in 1885 by Charles "Candy" Rogers in the back of his grocery store in Victoria, B.C. He quickly became a popular man. In 1891, Rogers expanded his chocolate operation to the company's current heritage storefront on Government Street in Victoria and the rest, as they say, is history.

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