BATL For Mental Health With United Way And BATL Ottawa

BATL Axe Throwing prides itself on being a strong social hub and positive corporate citizen in all communities in which we operate. Each of our 18 locations work directly with local charities on a monthly basis to support axe throwing fundraising activities.

BATL Ottawa is teaming up with The United Way to host BATL for Mental Health.  

“BATL for Mental Health is more than an axe-throwing tournament – it’s also a unique and fun way to support United Way-funded mental health programs and services here in Ottawa.”

BATL has sponsored dozens of non-profit organizations, including Big Brothers Big Sisters, the Children’s Foundation of Guelph and WellingtonDear Jack FoundationFederated Health Charities CampaignEaster Seals, the Calgary Hitmen Community Caring Program and the Gloucester Emergency Food Cupboard, to name a few.  

If you’d like to request BATL to support an upcoming non-profit fundraising event, please contact your nearest venue or for eligibility requirements.


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