As a foundation, we have created a series of high quality, memorable, physically challenging, national and regional events that encourage active and healthy lifestyles and engage sponsors, participants, donors and volunteers. From cycling rides to team-building activities, we raise needed funding for worthy childhood cancer charities whose programs support children with cancer and their families.
Open to just 25 Coast to Coast Against Cancer Foundation supporters this exclusive club allows you to participate in all our big events (except the Sears National Kids Cancer Ride). With one reg fee of only $1,500 and the commitment to raise $5,000 during the whole of 2017.
As a Golden Spoke Club member you can participate in Hero Ride, all three Tour for Kids’ and our newest signature event Tour d’ Epicure.
Celebrating 13 years with Tour for Kids and supporting kids living with and beyond cancer
Tour for Kids is an important, sustainable source of funding for the incredible childhood cancer camp organizations in Canada. Since 2004 Tour For Kids has raised and distributed more than $11 million to these amazing organizations. Tour For Kids has also assisted in establishing a camp at SickKids hospital, rejuvenated the aging infrastructure of several overnight camps and improved the delivery of service across all three camps. Since camp is free to those in need, Tour for Kids funding means children with cancer and their families can take a break from their stresses while enjoying a camp experience just like other kids. Read More
The Sears National Kids Cancer Ride is one of the biggest and most ambitious charity cycling events on behalf of childhood cancer in the world. Now in it’s 10th year the 2017 event will be an emotional and inspirational adventure beginning in Vancouver on September 6 and complete in Halifax 18 memorable days later on September 23, 2017. Riding in relay style, the selected national riders will each cycle approximately 150 km and 220kms per day joined along the way by thousands of other caring cyclists who will cycle shorter, “stage ride” distances in major cities across Canada.
At the start and end of each day they will participate in community events and visit many of Canada’s 17 pediatric oncology centres and hospitals where the cancer community will share inspiring stories of strength and hope with cyclists and the media. Together, our cyclists will raise millions of dollars on behalf of charities that improve the quality of life for children, and their families, living with and beyond cancer. Read More
The annual 2017 Pfaff Porsche Hero Ride presented by Further Afield will take place on June 3rd & 4th. Riders will depart from the Kingbridge Centre on a 2 day, 250km biking expedition to Blue Mountain Village and back to Toronto.
With a fundraising goal of $250,000, Hero Ride 2017 will be surely be a remarkable event! Highlights will include Porsche support vehicles courtesy of Pfaff Porsche, dinner prepared by Oliver & Bonacini, scotch tasting thanks to Macallan Scotch, entertainment and wine.
Tour d’Epicure is an exciting new one-day cycling and epicurean adventure for the connoisseur of food, wine and cycling! Discover the scenic pleasures, classic cycling routes and unmatched food and wine delights of the Niagara Peninsula. Tour d’Epicure will help raise funds for Camp Trillium, supporting children living with and beyond cancer.
Whether you want a relaxed pace and casual distances between winery estate stops, or you want to see as many of the cycling highlights of the Niagara Region as possible in day, we have the route options for you. Read More
Coast to Coast Against Cancer Foundation presents the Inside Ride, Canada’s first indoor cycling challenge and fundraising event dedicated to raising monies in support of children with cancer and their families.
You are about to embark on an extraordinary two-hour indoor cycling challenge that is fun, safe, team-based and promotes volunteerism and encourages physical activity. Becoming involved in The Inside Ride provides opportunities for businesses, organizations, universities, colleges and high schools to get involved. Read More