Community Events

Every year, people are supporting Prostate Cancer Canada by organizing fundraising events. These community events (also called third party events) include golf tournaments, sporting events, galas, BBQs, bike-athons, and more.

Every dollar counts! 
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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Subaru Ironman 70.3 Muskoka Canada


In support of the 1 in 8 men and their families affected by prostate cancer across Canada, this year's Subaru Ironman 70.3 in Mukoka on July 9th, 2017 has teamed up with Prostate Cancer Canada to raise funds for prostate cancer research.

Learn moreRegister today!
 

Broga, Brunch & Brews


Broga is an outdoor yoga event to help raise funds and build awareness for Prostate Cancer. Participants will be provided brunch and brew after the yoga class. Broga is going to bring men together to get active in support of the 1 in 8 Canadian men who will be diagnosed with Prostate Cancer in their lifetime.

Date: August 20, 2017
Time: 8:00 AM Registration / 9:30 AM BROGA / 10:45 AM Brunch & Brews

Learn more and register today at www.brogabrunchbrews.com
 
 




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