Help Us Empower Today’s Youth to Become Tomorrow’s Entrepreneurs!

Okotoks Lemonade Day is a not-for-profit organization set up by local entrepreneurs – all funds collected through local sponsorships will be used directly to support this exciting program!

The success of Lemonade Day relies on all members of the community coming together for a common purpose – to train the next generation of entrepreneurs, civic leaders and engaged citizens.  At its core, the Lemonade Day program helps kids thrive by building 26 of the Search Institute’s 40 Developmental Assets®.  Studies of more than 2.2 million young people consistently show that the more assets young people have, the less likely they are to engage in a wide range of high-risk behaviors and the more likely they are to succeed. Assets have power for all young people, regardless of their gender, economic status, family or race/ethnicity.

Parents take note when businesses make a contribution to future generations. Featured on Lemonade Day’s website, at events, and in printed materials, sponsors enjoy unique exposure demonstrating their commitment to the future of our youth and country.

Together with partners like yourself, Lemonade Day is empowering the next generation with the life skills, mentorship and real-world experience needed to achieve their own American Dream, one lemonade stand at a time. Partner with Lemonade Day today and sponsor a child, a classroom, or even a school or youth organization. Help us empower today’s youth to become tomorrow’s entrepreneurs.

Thank you to our 2017 Sponsors!

Main Squeeze Sponsors

ford ardiel
fh eb
fc dk

Fresh Squeeze Sponsors

servus eagle
i ww
bvc toybot
sobeys dev
pc espressions

Lemon Drop Sponsors


Looking for information about sponsorship?

Contact Kelly Rodgers at 403.995.1798

Or fill out the form below!


We’re thankful for the overwhelming support in the Okotoks community

More than 40 million new jobs were created by small businesses over the past 15 years. That’s two out of every three jobs that were created by start-up companies.

Did you know?
81% of dropouts report they would have stayed in school if it were relevant to their lives.
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