5 years ago
Sunday, Aug 24, 2014Start Time: 10:00 AM
End Time: 1:00 PM
Registration Start: 9:00 AM
61 Claireville Drive,
Toronto, ON M9W 5Z7
80 people are raising funds
Every year, BAPS Charities organizes Walkathons throughout North America. BAPS Charities Walkathon Toronto is an event to raise funds for Sick Kids Hospital, Princess Margaret Cancer Center and other charitable activities organized by BAPS Charities. Please participate in the Walk this year to help this Cause. You may have supported us in the past, and we appreciate your consideration again this year for this important cause.
Sick Kids Hospital
National Beneficiary: SickKids Foundation - Research & Learning Tower
The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) is recognized as one of the world’s foremost pediatric health-care institutions and is Canada’s leading centre dedicated to advancing children’s health through the integration of patient care, research and education. SickKids is one of Canada’s most research-intensive hospitals and has generated discoveries that have helped children globally. Its mission is to provide the best in complex and specialized family-centred care; pioneer scientific and clinical advancements; share expertise; foster an academic environment that nurtures health-care professionals; and champion an accessible, comprehensive and sustainable child health system. SickKids is proud of its vision of Healthier Children. A Better World.™
Learn more: http://www.sickkidsfoundation.com
Princess Margaret Cancer Center
Toronto Beneficiary: Princess Margaret Cancer Centre - Personalized Cancer Care
Working together with health care and research professionals, patients, and the community, The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation raises funds to support breakthrough research, patient care and education programs at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre (The Princess Margaret). The Princess Margaret is a recognized international leader in the fight against cancer and none of this would be possible without the generous support, commitment and dedication of donors and the community.
Learn more: http://www.thepmcf.ca