Are any of your events cancelled?
Due to the COVID-19 situation, most 2020 events have proceeded in a virtual format, or were cancelled altogether. For 2021, we continue to plan virtual events, and are keeping close tabs on all authorities regarding guidelines around in-person gatherings.
Although our Showhome is closed, you can still support critical cancer research and care by purchasing Spring Lottery tickets here.
Our donor events have moved to virtual. Our team will keep you apprised of updates regarding new online events, and when and if it becomes safe to meet physically again.
Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Events
Our fundraising events, and the support from participants, donors and sponsors, are critical to continuing our groundbreaking cancer research and care so we can fund our fight to Conquer Cancer in our Lifetime.
At this time, our peer-to-peer fundraising events have moved to online or virtual formats. Should any restrictions be amended as the vaccination rolls out and the local situation becomes safe, we will communicate updates via email, social and on our websites.
For event-specific details, please visit their websites:
Enbridge® Ride to Conquer Cancer®
The Weekend to Conquer Cancer™
Scotiabank® Road Hockey to Conquer Cancer
As a reminder if you are considering attending an event:
- Regularly wash your hands with soap for 20 seconds or more & make use of hand sanitizer when available.
- Avoid touching your face with unwashed hands.
- If you're feeling unwell, please stay home and seek medical attention should you need it.
Can I still continue to fundraise for The Princess Margaret?
Of course! We encourage you to continue fundraising to help fund our fight to conquer cancer. Your support is vital in helping us fund world-leading cancer research and care at The Princess Margaret. The DIY Challenge and Quest to Conquer Cancer brands are designed specifically for a virtual or online world. We encourage you to check those out for new ways to support The PMCF.
For more information on UHN's policies and updates surrounding COVID-19, please visit the following link.