Burlington, Georgetown, Milton and Oakville, Ontario.
Thank you to our community partners who organized their own fundraisers in 2016!
Angels Hair fundraising event.
Oakville Blades Pink in the Rink raised $20,000!
Tyler LeBlond hair cut.Jamie Donald hair cut.
Meagan Bertin hair cut.
Christien Smeja Tour Aotearoa for cancer.
St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary School
John Santos Long & McQuade Singing Contest
Emily Morano locks of love.
Olivia Evely, Nana's Girl
Ashley Dwyer hair cut.
Relay For Life
Friday June 3rd
7pm - 7am
Bronte Creek Provincial Park
Saturday June 11th
12 noon - 12 midnight
Location: Country Heritage Park
Date: Friday June 17th
Time: 7pm - 1am
Location: Coronation Park
Time: 10am - 4pm
Date: Saturday September 17th
Location: Kelso Park
5234 Kelso Road
Milton, ON L9T 2X7
Mudmoiselle is open to ladies of all shapes, sizes and fitness levels. Whether you're used to running marathons, running around the office or running after your kids, this challenge you can accomplish. Grab your friends and get ready to climb, crawl, run and strut through the filthiest, slimiest, muckiest mud.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org 905-845-5231 ext 3135.
Time: 6:30pm - 9:30 pm
Date: Saturday September 24th
Location: Gellert Community Center
10241 Eighth Line
Georgetown, ON L7G
Neon Night is a 5 km non competitive fun run/walk for all ages and abilities, that takes place at night. Participants are encouraged to wear their brightest running/walking gear to help illuminate the night all in the fight against childhood cancer.
For more information contact email@example.com 905-845-5231 ext 3164.
Relay For Life 2016
Throughout June, thousands of people across Ontario will walk or run together around a track or path at a school, park or fairground, at one of our local Relay For Life events. In doing so, they will pass a baton to their fellow participants working together towards one common goal: to save lives by going the distance. Give a few hours to the fight against cancer and create memories that last a lifetime! On event day there are many ways you can volunteer your time at Relay For Life.
To volunteer at one of our events in Halton, contact Sandy McDonald at 905-845-5231, email firstname.lastname@example.org or click on the following link to sign up online http://halton.myccsschedule.ca/
Relay For Life Burlington - Friday, June 3 - Saturday, June 4 at Bronte Creek Provincial Park
Relay For Life Milton - Saturday, June 11 at Country Heritage Park
Relay For Life Oakville - Friday, June 17 at Coronation Park
Saturday, September 17, 2016
Get ready for a day of mud, sweat and cheers. The Mudmoiselle obstacle course is a 5K stretch of the muckiest, filthiest, slimiest mud at Kelso Park in Milton. We want to drag cancer through the mud! Help us organize Mudmoiselle to support Canada's most promising cancer research and vital cancer support services. Because when life gets messy, we stick together.
We are looking for committee members to help plan and execute the event and event day volunteers. Contact Sandy McDonald at 905-845-5231 or email email@example.com
Saturday, September 24, 2016
Neon Night is a 5 km non competitive fun run/walk for all ages and abilities, that takes place at night. Participants are encouraged to wear their brightest running/walking gear to help illuminate the night all in the fight against childhood cancer. We are looking for committee members to help plan and execute the event and event day volunteers. Contact Sandy McDonald at 905-845-5231 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Youth Information and Orientation!
Whether you are interested in becoming a High School Ambassador, are interested in advocacy and public issues, want to help with events like Relay For Life, or want to learn more about our scholarship opportunities, let’s get together for a youth focused information and orientation session. You can make a difference in the fight against cancer! or more information, please contact Sandy at email@example.com or call 905-845-5231 x 3163
Public Information and Outreach Volunteers
Raise public awareness about preventing cancer in the community. Plan and deliver presentations and displays about the Society's programs and services in the community.
Did you know that the simple act of driving your car can help cancer patients in our community? For one in five cancer patients in Ontario, transportation to treatment is just one of the many challenges they face on their road to recovery. Become a volunteer driver today and help provide rides to life-saving treatment appointments. Learn more at www.cancer.ca/wheelsofhope
For information on the above opportunities or anything volunteer related please contact: Sandy McDonald at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 905-845-5231 x 3163