Pink the Rink: Etobicoke Dolphins Girls Hockey Leagues’ hockey tournament
With almost 200 teams, this is the largest women's hockey tournament in North America. Teams from Ontario, Quebec and the United States participate to advance the profile of young women’s hockey while raising funds for the Canadian Breast Cancer Support Fund. The Etobicoke Dolphin's Girls Hockey League provides the opportunity for female athletes of all ages to be proactive in reducing their risk of developing breast cancer.
Visit Pink the Rink to find out more information and this year’s dates.
FASHION Magazine's Beauty Sale
Twice a year, FASHION Magazine's beauty department invites the staff of St. Joseph's Media to a Beauty Sale and the proceeds benefits CBCSF. A big thank you to Lesa Hannah and Sarah Daniels - the two editors behind this amazing event - and to FASHION Magazine for their continued support.
DJ PATTY V
DJ PATTY V, a media and communication grad and marketing co-ordinator at Brock University, cut the "flow" (his signature ponytail) to raise money for CBCSF!
His ponytail was donated to Locks of Love and will be used to create a wig for someone who has lost their hair due to cancer treatment.
Brock University Student Union Fundraiser
Brock University Student Union raised funds during breast cancer awareness month. From "BreastFast", an all-you-can-eat breakfast, to the Isaacs’ ‘Pink Party’, Brock students bought t-shirts and attended a number of events to raise money for breast cancer patients and raise awareness about the financial challenges that accompany a diagnosis.
Our Think Pink Live Green™
Our Think Pink Live Green™ presentations provide information on how to reduce exposure to environmental toxins. By examining what we put on and in our bodies and understanding the impact, we will learn the importance of reducing exposure to specific toxins as they relate to breast cancer.
Adria Vasil, the best-selling author of Ecoholci Body, Ecoholic Home and Ecoholic, has been writing her humour-filled, easy to read weekly ECOHOLIC advice column in NOW magazine since 2004! She writes about everything from how to green your food choices to how to detoxify your home and office.
Dreading Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping? Here’s a better idea: Giving Tuesday.
Giving Tuesday started in the U.S. in 2012 as a giving-focused day and adopted by Canada in 2013. It is a new movement for giving and volunteering, taking place each year after Cyber Monday. The “Opening day of the Giving Season,” it is a day where charities, companies and individuals join together to share commitments, rally for favourite causes and think about others. “We have two days that are good for the economy. Now we have a day that is good for the community too.”
GivingTuesday is a time for the world to come together and show how powerful humanity can be when we unite to give on one day. Canadian Breast Cancer Support Fund is pleased to be part of the Giving Tuesday movement!
GivingTuesday #givingtuesdayca #feelgreatgiving #GivingTuesday!!
The Annual N9NE Gala is a glamorous evening founded and chaired by Roula Panagiotopoulos, president of Pure Communications. The nine inspirations behind N9NE are love, life, talent, achievement, patience, wisdom, knowledge, harmony and inspiration.
In the wise words of Coco Chanel, all women deserve to be classy and fabulous and everyone came dressed to the 9's for an evening of celebration! Delicious hors d’oeuvres, silent auction, dancing, fabulous cocktails, a venue that overlooks the city and music is from a world renown DJ and a classical violinist all contributed to making it an evening to remember!
Shall We Knit?
There is no better example of the local yarn shop creating a community. Knitting is wonderful, but knitting in isolation is less of a joy. This local yarn shop provides a gathering place, a place for inspiration, for instruction, for connection with others like us. That is why the atmosphere and attitude of a shop matters almost as much as the inventory.
It's a shop where everyone must feel welcome and comfortable, regardless of age, size, or skill level.
Shall We Knit? is located in the city of Waterloo and strives to maintain a sense of community for the knitters of the Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph and Stratford areas. Check out the website for their next amazing workshop!