Pharmaprix(MD) Weekend to End Women's Cancers in Montreal

Outrunning the cloud

 

Donate to our journey and make this Weekend matter! 

Pharmaprix(MD) Weekend to End Women's Cancers™ is a 2-day, 60-kilometre or 1-day 32-kilometre walk through the neighbourhoods of Montreal. It’s going to be a challenge, but we’re ready to do something bold and powerful in effort to end women’s cancers once and for all.

Our commitment is based on our love for our fellow sisters, mothers, grandmas, daughters, nieces, and friends everywhere. It’s based on the realization that we each need to do our part in this fight.


2014 is our Tenth Anniversary of The Weekend! This year is the culmination of a decades worth of efforts by the Segal Cancer Centre at the Jewish General Hospital, doctors, researchers, and thousands of women across Montreal, who have been working toward a future free from the fear of women's cancers.  If you've ever considering supporting us, now is the time.

We ask you to take a stance with us and join this life-saving adventure for all women. Be a part of our very personal journey - by giving, by walking with us, or simply by sharing our story with your circle of influence. Don’t stand back and think about what you could have done – take that first step today! Take a chance with us – we’re going to change thousands of lives, beginning with our own.

 

This is OUR journey. Make it a Weekend we’ll never forget. 

 

Outrunning the cloud Raised
Personal Gift Virginia Champoux $11,357.00
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Susan Angeli $4,710.00
David Budman $0.00
Personal Gift Glenda Caplan $2,564.00
Jennifer Croll Wolfe $5,095.75
Amy Fish $2,218.50
Personal Gift Laure Gazale $3,225.00
Mara Greenstone $100.00
Personal Gift Riana Levy $2,099.00
Personal Gift Melissa Margles $2,533.00
Stephanie Raby-Naimer $2,250.00
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Outrunning the cloud

Goal:
$33,500.00
Achieved:
$36,152.25

108 percent of goal achieved.


 

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