Hold an event that will support the patients who need it most, no matter where they live or the type of cancer they are facing.
Hold an event that will support a specific program, cancer centre or cancer type. You choose!
In The Nik of Time Auto Detailing is raising funds for the Tom Baker Cancer Centre. $10 from every detailing package starting at $149.99 will go towards supporting patients and their families who are currently facing cancer. Detail your cars, SUVs, Vans, Trucks, RVs, Fleets, Boats and Motorbikes!
MLAC Midget Minor AAA Hockey game raising funds online in support of The Alberta Cancer Foundation. At the game there will be 50/50, a player board, in person donation, silent auction, and possible apparel sales. Donate here today! https://giving.albertacancer.ca/MLACGOLOGO
Bellerose High School hosts their annual bike-a-thon in March in support of the Alberta Cancer Foundation to benefit the Cross Cancer Institute. Funds raised through registrations donations and sponsorship. Donate or register here today! https://giving.albertacancer.ca/bellerose/register
For Shane Iutzi’s 40th birthday, Shane has decided to make a difference for patients facing cancer by running a 40K across Alberta in ONE DAY. Not only that, Shane would love you to join him in participating in this exciting challenge.
First, the runners will start in Edmonton, then travel to Red Deer, Calgary and lastly to Banff. Each stop will have a 10K run in each location, equaling a total of 40K in one day.
On March 28th, there will also be a documentary filming throughout the race to commemorate the 40th year anniversary of “Iron Cowboy.” This documentary will highlight prostate cancer screening, and awareness.
To participate and learn more, please visit the website to register.
For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Shane directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
JD Law will be hosting Strike Out Cancer, a bowling fundraiser to benefit cancer patients at the Central Alberta Cancer Centre in Red Deer. There will be many activities to partake in to help make a difference right here in Red Deer.
To learn more, please visit the website.
For sponsorship and auction donation opportunities, please contact Christopher directly at email@example.com.
Welcome to the 14th annual Kappa Sigma Fraternity Head Shave! Funds raised will go to the Area of Greatest Need, helping Albertans facing cancer in Lethbridge and across Alberta!
Out of Breath and into Hope. 100% of the funds will support lung cancer research and treatment through the Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation and the Alberta Cancer Foundation. The Give a Breath run/walk will be held on June 6th in Edmonton’s River Valley as well as a virtual run new for 2020 for those who are unable to attend. You will be receiving more information once venue and route has been approved. Look for details coming soon! The first 200 participants to sign up will receive a Give A Breath Swag!
Down & Dirty 5KM Obstacle Course at Sunridge Ski Hill on August 17, 2019 – benefiting the Alberta Cancer Foundation to be invested in the Cross Cancer Institute.
Note: Specific heat times to be released.
Welcome to the Third Annual Legacy Walk for Cancer! We will be walking the 27 kilometers from the legendary Fairmont Banff Spring Hotel, to the beautiful Coast Canmore Hotel, on the stunning ‘Legacy Trail’. This walk is a fully supported venture, with pit stops, lunch, water / sports drinks and snacks provided: we have crew and a support team to help us. Limited seats available.
On March 19th at 12:30pm Alida and Leah are putting on an assembly at Prairie Waters Elementary School. They want to share with students and their community what they have learned, how to take action and make an impact. Alida is shaving her head in an attempt to raise more money for research and Leah is dying her hair bright green! They have actively engaged other kids in the school and formed a cancer club. Through this club they have organized a bake sale at their school on February 28th, & March 1st as well as a Loonie Drive March 11-15th. They even have some teachers who may shave their head and Alida’s Oma has agreed to shave her head as well!
Together, with your incredible participation and support, we’ve raised more than $370,000 over the past nine years in support of research and cancer patients across the province. We’ve played hockey and golf, bid on auction items, celebrated at our annual banquet, and this year we can’t wait to do it all again.
The Enbridge® Ride to Conquer Cancer® benefiting the Alberta Cancer Foundation Presented by Evraz. It’s an epic Ride with an epic impact.
Join thousands and ride for two days over 200 kilometres, raising vital funds for cancer research and care. It’s a challenge—and it’s meant to be! But all you need is a bike, helmet and the determination to make your epic impact.
BE EPIC in 2019 and register for The Ride. Together, cancer is no match for us!
The 3rd Annual Alberta Cancer Foundation Golf Classic will be supporting the Patient Financial Assistance Program, a program that gives financial support to patients and families facing cancer, so that they can focus on what matters most – healing.
Together, on August 27, 2019 at the Country Hills Golf Club, we have the power to change lives, one swing at a time! Join us and become a partner or register a team today.
We are getting organized for our 5th Annual Taylor Bell Memorial Fundraiser which is being held October 12th, 2019. It is hard to believe we have hit the 5 year mark! This event has been so successful thanks to the wonderful donations we have received over the last 4 yrs. We have managed to raise over $60,000 so far to benefit Young Adult Cancer Canada and The Tom Baker Blood and Bone Marrow Transplant Clinic. To learn more, please visit our website.
We lost our daughter, Taylor Marie Bell to Acute Myeloid Leukemia on December 23, 2013. She was just 20 yrs. old. Taylor was treated at the Tom Baker Cancer Centre here in Calgary. The doctors and nurses were wonderful and they did their best to help us all through this tragic 8 month ordeal. At a time when most young adults are becoming independent, going away to school, choosing career paths, and maybe considering marriage and a family. Young adults affected by cancer are, instead, coming to terms with chemotherapy, radiation, prospects of infertility, and potentially moving back to live with their parents. This, as you can imagine, can be a very isolating experience during an already traumatic time. In Taylor’s memory, we are committed to helping other families who may be facing a similar situation. We see ourselves as advocates for this wonderful yet vulnerable and sometimes misunderstood group of young people between the ages of 18-39 years.
We were also invited to share our story in the Alberta Cancer Foundation magazine “Leap”, a publication about Alberta’s cancer free movement. https://myleapmagazine.ca/2015/09/01/staying-strong-for-taylor/