Corporate Partners

Canadian Businesses – Partners in the Fight Against Prostate Cancer

Canadian businesses – big and small – play a critical role in the overall success of Prostate Cancer Canada’s vision of a world where men no longer die of the disease.

Prostate Cancer Canada truly values the tremendous support of Canadian businesses. Together, we help raise critical awareness of the disease, fund groundbreaking research into the prevention, detection and cure of prostate cancer, as well as support men and their families diagnosed and living with the disease.

Do you want to partner with one of the fastest-growing and most important cancer fighting charities in Canada? Send Guy Yerama an email by clicking here or give her a call at 416.441.2131 x 250.



Canada Safeway | No Canadian corporation plays a more significant role in the fight against prostate cancer than Canada Safeway – none. Operating in 85 Canadian communities from Lake Superior to the Pacific Ocean this corporate social responsibility hero has spent the past decade raising money and awareness for the fight against the most common cancer to affect Canadian men – a legacy of hope and empowerment that continues to this day. Over the past 10 years, Safeway customers and employees alike have raised more than $10 million for the fight against prostate cancer. Just as importantly, they have raised an incredible amount of awareness of the disease.


 

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