Be a hero to a child with cancer! Join an event or create one of your own to support families, inspire cancer fighters and help find gentler treatments and cures for childhood cancer.
Kids can’t fight cancer alone!
Small but Mighty
September 11, 2016
River Landing Amphitheatre, Saskatoon SK
Take a walk through Saskatoon, dressed in gold and yellow, spreading awareness of childhood cancers and the need for research in our community, province, and country! The walk will be followed by some family fun activities and a brief formal program.
Team Danica Walk
September 25, 2016
Needham Community Centre, Halifax NS
An inaugural walk created in memory of Danica Rose. Every day of her life was a fight against liver cancer and now we fight back! Join for Danica, and for every brave child affected by cancer and their courageous families.
Princess & Super Hero Tea Party
September 25, 2016
Scotiabank Convention Centre, Niagara Falls, Ontario
Meet princesses and super heroes at what is sure to be a magical event! Ticket prices include food, beverage and access to the bouncers, photo booth and many other activities.
Gold on the hill
September 17, 2016
Parliment Hill, Ottawa, Ontario
The Go Gold on the Hill team was founded in 2013 by Jenny Doull-Hoffman and Kari Simpson-Anderson. The first event was successfully staged by a small team of volunteers. In 2016, we will host the fourth annual Go Gold Event. The founding event was intended to raise awareness about Childhood Cancer and build community to support children with cancer and their families.
HEAD SHAVING EVENTS
May 25th, 2016
Steam Whistle Brewery
The IT4CC team has been raising funds for Childhood Cancer Canada since 2010. As the saying goes, it takes a village to raise (cure) a child and we believe that together we can and we will make a difference.
April 6, 2016
University of Ottawa, Atrium of the Roger Guindon Hall
We fundraise and raise awareness for pediatric cancer through fun and social events culminating with our biggest event:#clip2cure, which brings together people across the community.