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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Tee-Up for Prostate Cancer Canada 

 

Elm Ridge Country Club is proud to partner and host the second annual Tee-Up for Prostate Cancer event raising funds for Prostate Cancer Canada. We invite you to support a day dedicated to improving the lives of men and families facing a diagnosis of prostate cancer, and make a powerful difference in advancing research, education and awareness of this disease. Proceeds from the event will support leading prostate cancer research.

Learn more and purchase tickets!

Yorkville Exotic Car Show

 

Each Father’s Day, Bloor Street in Yorkville, Canada’s most prestigious shopping area closes to traffic for the Yorkville Exotic Car Show. Walking along the red carpet stretching from Bay Street to Avenue Road, attendees have the opportunity to get up close and personal with some of the most beautiful cars from manufacturers such as Ferrari, Porsche, Aston Martin, Acura and others. Emphasis is on the evolution of the marques with some of the finest early versions on display beside the more recent models. This is a chance to experience these rarely seen beautiful vehicles all in one location. Funds raised at the event support Prostate Cancer Canada!

Learn more here!

2018 Wear Plaid for Dad Golf Tournament

 

Join the 2nd Annual 2018 Wear Plaid for Dad Golf Tournament on June 18th, 2018. We invite you to support a day dedicated to improving the lives of men and families facing a diagnosis of prostate cancer, and make a powerful difference in advancing research, education and awareness of this disease. Proceeds from the event will support leading prostate cancer research.

Learn more here!

Woodsmen Annual Golf Charity Event

July 19, 2018 – Eagle Ridge Golf Club in Georgetown

We invite you to support a day dedicated to improving the lives of men and families facing a diagnosis of prostate cancer, and make a powerful difference in advancing research, education and awareness of this disease. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer to affect Canadian men. One in seven men will be diagnosed with the disease in their lifetime. The Woodsmen is proud to support Prostate Cancer Canada and host the first annual Woodsmen Charity Golf Event.

Learn more and register here!

If you're interested in sponsorship opportunities available for this event, click here.

Plaid for Dad Golf Day Presented by Clublink

May 22, 2018

This year, ClubLink is starting a new tradition with the Plaid for Dad Golf Day. ClubLink is opening its doors to the public at five Member Club locations, in addition to two of its Daily Fee locations, on Tuesday, May 22 and donating 50% of the proceeds from the golf day to Prostate Cancer Canada.  So get your friends and family together to enjoy a nice day on the golf course and donate to a great cause.

Ensure you mark the calendar for Tuesday, May 22 as we introduce the Plaid For Dad Golf Day. Click here to register. Entry deadline is Tuesday, May 15. You can also donate here.

Learn more and register here!




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