Western Region

Upcoming Events
 


Step Up Challenge

StepUpChallenge_WesternCanada.png

 

Climb the tallest towers in Canada's biggest cities with the Step Up Challenge! Not only will you be racing up 5 skyscrapers, but you will be helping lead the fight against prostate cancer. During your next staff meeting make sure to mention the Step Up Challenge!

Register in your city todayVancouver | Calgary


Plaid for Dad

WPFD_lozenge.pngPlaid for Dad is a fun way to help protect dads from prostate cancer! People across Canada leading up to Father’s Day will wear plaid on June 16th.

Whether it's a shirt, a tie, a scarf, or even a suit – if it's plaid it works! With just a simple wardrobe choice, you can help protect the 1 in 8 men who will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime.

Learn more at PlaidForDad.ca!

Questions? Contact Mark Mahl, Executive Director, Western Region, mark.mahl@prostatecancer.ca, 416-441-2131 x. 224


Official Retail Partner
  

Past Events

   
 

Wake Up Call Breakfast 2016

Please join in offering thanks to the guests, sponsors and volunteers who came together to help raise nearly $65,000 in funds at our Wake Up Call Breakfast in Vancouver! Special thanks to our incredible keynote speaker Gordon Campbell and National Hero 2016 Award recipient Donald McInnes! Over 26,000 business leaders and professionals have participated in this event since 2001, raising over $3 million to fund prostate cancer research, education and support services initiatives.

View Photos from the Event

 

Pants Off for Prostate Cancer in Vancouver

pantsoff_yvr.jpg
 
Boxers or briefs, skirt or shorts? Pants Off for Prostate Cancer came to Vancouver for its 3rd year! Huge thanks to all who made it a success including organizers, guests, volunteers, and generous sponsors.

Learn more at pantsoff.ca/vancouver

View photos from the event on Facebook and Storify
 
Community Events

Every year, people are supporting Prostate Cancer Canada by organizing their own personal fundraising events.

Interested in hosting your own? Fill out our Community Events Proposal form.


For more information about community events, please contact our Events team toll free at 1-888-255-0333, or email at events@prostatecancer.ca.
 
Volunteer

None of our activities would be possible without the help of our dedicated and passionate volunteers who are critical to making a positive impact that will help change prostate cancer forever.

Without you, we wouldn’t be able to support the 70 Canadian men diagnosed each day, enable life-changing research for the most commonly diagnosed cancer in Canadian men, and create awareness that will help save more lives.

Volunteering with Prostate Cancer Canada is a great opportunity for you to make a difference in the life of someone living with prostate cancer, share your knowledge, develop your talents, connect with people and create new friendships, and be part of a team of volunteers from all across the nation.

Contact:
Anne Breakey Hart
Manager, Volunteer Engagement, Research & Survivorship
Prostate Cancer Canada
anne.breakeyhart@prostatecancer.ca
416.441.2131 Ext. 229

 

Business Development

For corporate partnerships, event-related queries and all other fund development queries for Western Canada, please get in touch with us.


Contact
Mark Mahl
Executive Director, Western Region
Prostate Cancer Canada
mark.mahl@prostatecancer.ca
604.219.1422



 

 




Subscribe to our free monthly e-newsletter!

* indicates required

 





 
PCC Spotlight
Prostate Cancer Canada Partners with Screw Cancer™

TORONTO, ON - Starting today, you can screw cancer and give hope in your local community by purchasing the Screw Cancer™ screwdriver in support of Prostate Cancer Canada.
More

Indy Cycling Challenge at Exhibition Place Announced to Support Prostate Cancer Canada

TORONTO (January 24, 2017) – Cycling enthusiasts have the opportunity to band together for a great cause while experiencing the Honda Indy Toronto like never before.
More

BRCA2 gene implicated in rare but lethal prostate cancer

January 9, 2017 – TORONTO, ON – Canadian scientists have discovered a link between an inherited mutation in the BRCA2 gene and a deadly form of prostate cancer.
More


Click here for news archive