Friends of Coast to Coast Against Cancer Foundation raise funds by conducting a variety of memorable events. Check them out and we’ll see you there!
If you are interested in organizing a third-party event benefitting the Foundation, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Bike For Tykes is a volunteer organizing comitee that partners with children’s charities in the Greater Toronto Area to host a one day spinning relay that raises funds to support programs that improve the lives of children
A Bike for Tykes day brings together teams to participate in four exhilarating hours of spin relay on stationary bikes in the Toronto financial district. As many as 200 teams and over 1,400 participants take part, while our child ambassadors cheer you on!
The Knobby Tire Trek for Kids event is a Mountain Bike Adventure in partnership with Coast to Coast held at the new Tecasy Ranch in the beautiful Trent Lakes, north of Peterborough.
This is a ride you don’t want to miss! Tecasy Ranch welcomes you to beautiful Trent Lakes area for two days of amazing mountain bike riding and fun, all for an amazing cause. Tecasy Ranch offers trails cut through the lush forests and stunning terrain of the Canadian Shield. Accommodations are cozy forest cabins on the doorstep of trails made to accommodate all riding abilities.
Started in 2002, the RIDE FOR KAREN is a yearly cycling event that is held as a tribute to the life and legacy of Karen Tobias and to raise money for charities that help people living with cancer, and those who care for them. In the last fifteen years the Ride for Karen has raised over $2,540,000, which was used to help build and furnish new cancer care facilities, provide much needed resources for cancer support centres and send kids with cancer to camp.
As a cancer patient, Karen knew first hand that hospitals were not a very positive environment in which to spend a lot of time. Karen wanted to make a difference and was dedicated to improving the quality of life of cancer patients with one goal in mind – Improving Hope – which she felt was a critical component of cancer care. We as a family have created the Ride for Karen to continue her work in an effort to harness the positive power of hope. All the monies raised from the 2018 Ride for Karen will be used to send kids with cancer to camp. This year’s ride will feature three events, a 200km course, a 160km course, and a 100km course.