Sponsorship

PCC believes in developing customized strategic partnerships. We follow a best practice model when developing sponsorships by basing them on a win-win principle through joint planning, managing and evaluation processes.
 

Through our major events like the Step Up Challenge, Do it for Dads Walk Run, and Plaid for Dad, we enable our supporters to personally and collectively take action in our mission.

Supporting these events offers your business the opportunity to align with Canada's leading prostate cancer organization. By partnering with the Foundation as a sponsor, your company can reach thousands to millions of passionate and dedicated supporters.

We invite you to be a part of the various sponsorship and marketing opportunities the Foundation has to offer throughout the year. It is a tremendous opportunity to build brand loyalty, align with one of Canada's largest National prostate cancer organizations, and attract new customers and showcase your commitment to supporting the community at large.

To service the needs of our corporate partners we have an experienced and professional team dedicated to working with you.

For more information on becoming a sponsor, please contact:

Falyn Katz
Director, Business Development and Sponsorship
Phone: 416-441-2131 x. 246
Email: falyn.katz@prostatecancer.ca

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