The 2014 Toronto Shoppers Drug Mart Weekend to End Women's Cancers benefiting Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

Double D's Please!

Donate to our journey and make this Weekend matter!

The Shoppers Drug Mart® Weekend to End Women's Cancers™ is a 2-day, 60km or 1-day 32km walk through the neighbourhoods of Toronto. It’s going to be a challenge, but we’re ready to do it again, doing something bold and powerful in an 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. We can walk. We can raise funds to benefit Princess Margaret Cancer Centre – a leader in the fight against all women's cancers and the place that took such great care of our own Double D, aka Donna Day.  Donna (second from the right, pictured with her daughter & sisters) was diagnosed with breast cancer a couple of years back, and thanks to the care and treatment at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre (and her ability to fight!), she beat it down and can say that the big C is part of her PAST!

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 friends. Don’t stand back and think about what you could have done – take that first step today!  This is OUR journey. Make it a Weekend we’ll never forget.

Double D's Please! Raised
Personal Gift Adrienne Day $2,105.00
Personal Gift Diana Caggianiello $2,085.00
Personal Gift Donna Day $2,062.00
Personal Gift Mary Lou Kelly $2,040.00
Personal Gift Karen Lamanna $2,370.00
Personal Gift Mary Anne Magliocchi $1,560.00
Sue Maize $2,100.00
Diana Malkiewicz $275.00
Denotes a Team Captain

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Our 2013 team!!!
Our 2013 team!!!

 

Double D's Please!

Goal:
$16,000.00
Achieved:
$14,597.00

91 percent of goal achieved.


 

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