Corporate Teams

PCC runs events throughout the year. Your support and involvement will not only help the Foundation achieve its Vision and Mission, but will offer tangible and significant benefits to your organization's public profile and employee engagement.

Benefits of event participation include:
  • Promoting teamwork
  • Increased profile of the organization's contribution to the community
  • Increased employee morale, satisfaction, and fitness levels
  • Giving staff and understanding and greater appreciation of community needs and how your organization makes a difference
  • Positioning your organization as an industry leader

Step Up Challenge presented by Scotiabank


Climb the tallest towers in Canada's largest cities with the Step Up Challenge! Not only will you be racing up five skyscrapers but you will also be helping lead the way to a better tomorrow for Canadians affected by prostate cancer. But don't do this vertical hurl alone; teams of five will be challenged to climb 5,000 feet while raising a minimum of $5,000. Register today and throw down the gauntlet as you challenge your colleagues to stair-climb to the top!

Please contact Marla MacLeod to register your corporate team.

Do it For Dads Walk Run


The Do it For Dads Walk Run 5KM is a fun, family-friendly event, hosted on Father's Day, that raises awareness and funds for the leading cancer affecting Canadian men and the families that love them. Walk/Runs take place at seven locations across Canada.

Please contact Allison O'Mara to register your corporate team.


Plaid for Dad


Leading up to Father's Day, businesses across Canada will be wearing plaid to help raise awareness and funds with prostate cancer. Take team photos and share with the hashtag #PlaidForDad and visit plaidfordad.ca to make a donation.

Please contact Marla MacLeod to register your corporate team.




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