The 2021 Boobs, Balls, & Beer Calendar’s mission is to aim awareness and share resources for mental health, men’s health, breast cancer and cancer support awareness. 50% of the proceeds raised will benefit the Alberta Cancer Foundation. Calendars will be available November 1 by visiting Xhale Brew Co website – coming soon!
Bellerose Composite High School is partnering with the Alberta Cancer Foundation to host their 18th Annual Bike-a-Thon fundraiser on June 17, 2021. All funds raised will make a difference in the lives of Albertans facing cancer, bringing earlier detection, improved treatments, enhanced quality of life and prevention strategies to patients.
Thanks to the support of generous Albertans like you, the Cross Cancer Institute has not only been able to deliver specialized care to those facing cancer, but continually pushes the pace of discovery with cutting-edge technologies and research that delivers results to Alberta’s cancer patients faster. For many patients and their families, the Cross Cancer Institute will forever hold a special place in their hearts for the compassionate care they received during their cancer journey.
For the past 17 years, Bellerose students and staff, families, friends, and community members have come together to support the Albertans who will hear the words “you have cancer” every day. With your help, they’ve raised over $2.93 million since 2004.
This year, the students and staff hope to continue creating more moments for Albertans facing cancer. Please consider making a donation. Your support brings the best in prevention, screening, research and care to Alberta’s cancer patients. Together, we are making a difference.
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.
Three local riders from the Bonnyville area will set on the second annual 60 km bike ride from Moose Lake to Cold Lake, Alberta on Friday, August 6, 2021. Last year, the group raised over $8,000 for cancer research. The funds raised this year will go towards patient care and enhancements at the Bonnyville Community Cancer Centre.
The Enbridge Tour Alberta for Cancer is in support of the most courageous and brave Albertans who have shown their Alberta strength through a cancer experience. Those with us. And those we’ve lost.
The event will be virtual and held on August 28th. You can cycle from anywhere and any distance in support cancer research and care delivered by Albertans, for Albertans.
MAD Fitness in Onoway is so excited to announce that the MAD Dash is back! This year we are supporting the ALBERTA CANCER FOUNDATION. Far too many people are affected by cancer and it is our goal to raise money to help Albertans diagnosed with this terrible disease.
Join Alberta’s phenomenal instructors for the 10th Anniversary of the first outdoor Zumba event held in the same location where it all began. A 90 minute masterclass to raise funds for the Canadian Cancer Foundation. No pre tickets sold. Donations will be collected on site. A $10 will be suggested but not required.
The Hollis-Haynes Ring of Fire Fundraiser is a hot sauce eating event in support of colorectal cancer research via the Alberta Cancer Foundation. Challenge yourself to a marathon of pain as you battle 10 hot wings, each with a spicier sauce than the last, while raising money for colorectal cancer research in Alberta.
This year, students from the Iron River School will be running and walking on the school property and adjacent fields. Donations online will be accepted until October 31, 2021. Donations received through this event will support the local Community Cancer Centre. The Bonnyville Community Cancer Centre has made local treatment possible since 1996.
Route will be starting at Terwillegar Dog Park at 08:00hrs, heading on the trails towards Ft Edmonton Park, sticking within the River Valley upto the Walterdale Bridge. Leg 2: Will be returning on the same route until we get back to the dog park (approximately 20 miles). We will then continue to do 3 mile loops of the dog park until we reach the 30 miles.
Together we will make a difference for Albertans facing cancer.
Welcome back to the 9th Annual Terwillegar Trail Run and Walk. Our little event that could is back and we want to invite you to run or walk through our beautiful river valley in our family friendly event. With your amazing support our event has raised almost $300,000 for the Alberta Cancer Foundation in support of leading prostate cancer research at Edmonton’s Cross Cancer Institute.
Event Date: Saturday October 2, 2021
Entry Fee: $50. Children under 16 can accompany parents at no charge
Package pickup Friday October 1, 2021 at Riverbend Hall 5:00 – 7:00 pm
Event group photo 7:45 am Saturday October 2, 2021 outside Riverbend hall prior to walk to trailhead.
Post event breakfast will be provided at hall in accordance with AHS rules and regulations in place on October 2, 2021
Pureform Radiology would like to help raise funds at all of their clinic locations this October in honor for Breast cancer Awareness Month. All donations accepted will be matched by Pureform Radiology up to $1000.00. Their goal is to collect $1000 for a goal of a $2000 total donation for the Alberta Cancer Foundation in support of breast cancer research.
Anyone participating in this fundraiser during the month of October will be entered to win a $100 gift card to Cross Iron Mills. Winner will be announced via Pureform Radiology social media outlets and card can be picked up on November 1st.