We are participating in Neon Night to support Canadian Cancer Society childhood cancer research.
As you know it is extremely important for us! Ariane was diagnosed at age 10 and was the youngest known case with her type of tumous. We still don'T have information about recurrence rates in children for her type of tumour.
Team Super Trooper has particpated in many fundraising events and we are back to support this cause AND have a fun time with family and friends!
The money raised from this event helps fund leading-edge cancer research that is improving cancer treatments, preventing cancer and saving lives; provide reliable and up-to-date information on cancer, risk reduction and treatment; offer vital community-based support services for people living with cancer and their families; and advocate for healthy public policies.
It’s important to recognize the challenges faced by childhood cancer survivors, including the impact of treatments on their long-term health and quality of life. Funding this type of research is necessary to help survivors live a longer, healthier life. In addition to investing heavily in Canada’s best childhood cancer research, we also provide families with support and information services so they do not have to face cancer alone.
Please pledge us and help us reach our fundraising goal! Every pledge takes us one step further in the fight against cancer. Online pledging is secure and it saves the Canadian Cancer Society money by reducing administrative costs.
Thanks for your support!
Learn more about the Canadian Cancer Society Neon Night for Childhood Cancer in Kemptville 2019.
About the Canadian Cancer Society
The Canadian Cancer Society is a national, community-based organization of volunteers whose mission is the eradication of cancer and the enhancement of the quality of life of people living with cancer. For more information, visit www.cancer.ca.