The Toronto Kaiteur Lions Club is sponsoring a Friends and Family 7 Day Activity Challenge. This event is designed to bring awareness to pediatric cancer, and to raise funds for children that are in treatment. Participants can receive pledges and donations for participating in physical activities such as cycling, walking, treadmills etc.
As a SickKids Warrior, you reflect the fighting spirit at the hospital - taking on the greatest challenges in child health. By choosing to participate in your sport of choice and fundraise for SickKids, you'll be helping SickKids take advantage of huge advances in regenerative medicine, robotics, and genetics - to name but a few - to tackle the toughest diseases.
Becoming a SickKids Warrior means combining your love of challenge events with fundraising for SickKids. It’s a win for those kids, and the hospital that fights for them, when you fundraise on their behalf.
Raise a minimum of $200, and earn a SickKids buff to wear proudly on event day!
Raise a minimum of $500, and earn SickKids Warriors athletic socks that you can sport throughout training and on event day!
Fight for kids like Myles
Staying active is vital for cystic fibrosis patients. Myles was a SickKids cystic fibrosis patient when he received his first double lung transplant. Recently, he received his third transplant – the first in Canada. In 2015, he ran with the torch at the Toronto Pan Am Games. See just how strong you need to be to run like Myles.