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!
Welcome in summer and enjoy a barbeque lunch at TELUS Park for just $5.00 in support of the Alberta Cancer Foundation. In memory of Yolanda Petterson, all funds raised from this event will go towards helping the Alberta Cancer Foundation create more moments for cancer patients.
The 6th annual Wilde Bocce Tournament in support of the Alberta Cancer Foundation will be an afternoon of fun, family and friends vying for the title of ‘Bocce Champions’! In memory of bowling extraordinaire, Lucille Wilde, participants will be gathering pledges to once again help the Alberta Cancer Foundation create more moments for cancer patients across the province.
On July 27, 2019, a total of 8 teams will come together to compete in the 9th annual ADT 6-on-6 Memorial Soccer Tournament. The tournament is held to celebrate the life of Anthony David Troncoso and to raise funds for the Alberta Cancer Foundation in support of the Cross Cancer Institute.
Come try some tasty Chilean cuisine and enjoy live entertainment at this family-friendly event!
Chase the Cure YEG is a group of race car drivers, crew, family and friends whose goal is to raise awareness for the many kinds of Cancer that impact us every day. Everyone we know has been affected in one way or another by Cancer. Some are fighters of this disease, some have fought and won and some have left us too early due to Cancer.
On September 14, 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.
2019 marks the 8th Annual Terwillegar Trail Run and Walk. Since 2012 our event has raised more than $261,000 for the Alberta Cancer Foundation in support of leading prostate cancer research at Edmonton’s Cross Cancer Institute. These investments contribute to what matters most to Albertans facing cancer—earlier detection, better prevention strategies, improved treatments and enhanced quality of life.
The Memorial Composite High School Rotary Interact students will be hosting the third Annual Bike-A-Thon on Tuesday, March 19th, 2019. The event is organized to provide students, staff and Rotarians from the community of Stony Plain with the opportunity to participate in an all-day event that will provide awareness and raise funds for various International or Local Projects.
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!
We are extremely excited to be partnered with the Alberta Cancer Foundation again because we believe doing this event through a more local foundation means the donations will make a direct impact! All proceeds will go towards the Jack Ady Cancer Centre in Lethbridge and they will put the donations towards their area of greatest need.
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.