Get Involved

In order to achieve our mission, PCC relies on the support of individuals. Whether donating your time to volunteer at one of our events or hosting your own, we thank you for your support.
Events

Special events are crucial in helping Prostate Cancer Canada become a national leader in the fight against prostate cancer. Learn more about our events.

Plaid for Dad
Do it for Dads Walk/Run
The Indy Cycling Challenge
Community Events
Prostate Cancer Awareness Month
Movember
Pants Off for Prostate Cancer
Rock the Road Raffle
Step Up Challenge
Wake Up Call Breakfast
#TalkProstate
Volunteer

Volunteers are valued and respected members of the Prostate Cancer Canada team and vital partners in helping to meet the mission. Learn more about volunteering at PCC:

Volunteer Stories
Why Volunteer With PCC?
Ways to Volunteer
FAQs
Community Events

Every year, people are supporting PCC by organizing fundraising events.

Interested in hosting your own? Fill out our Community Events Proposal form.


For more information about community events, please contact our Events team at 416-441-2131, toll free at 1-888-255-0333, or email at events@prostatecancer.ca.
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PCC Spotlight
Canadians Encouraged to Wear Plaid for Dad before Father's Day

TORONTO, ON -- (May 17, 2017) -- Wednesday morning will mark the launch of Canada's third annual Plaid for Dad campaign in support of prostate cancer research.
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The Alternatives

Many men are still uncomfortable with getting their prostates checked, but what are the alternatives?
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Prostate Cancer Canada encouraged by growing political support for PSA test coverage in BC

Vancouver BC - April 11, 2017 - Prostate Cancer Canada (PCC) applauds the first provincial party in BC to announce their commitment to cover the cost of PSA (prostate-specific antigen) tests for men when ordered by a physician.
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