The primary vehicle to date for raising funds for cancer research has been through hosting wonderful parties for the younger generation whereby entrance is the purchase of one of our fuck cancer t-shirts. All net profits generated from hosting these parties have gone directly to the designated cancer research centres where the events have taken place.
In addition to the above we have been successful in raising private donations between individuals and the hospitals we have partnered with for cancer research. This is accomplished by our organization being an arms length conduit linking the individual donors directly with the foundations who are able to offer full receipts.
WHERE DOES THE MONEY GO?
The monies go directly to research at the designated cancer centre’s we have chosen to support in each respective city. To date we have supported the following cancer research centre’s: Jewish General Hospital Foundation Segal Cancer Centre, UCLA Johnson Cancer Centre, The Ottawa Regional Cancer Centre and the UHN Toronto General and Western Hospital Foundation.
A portion of all net sales goes to further research at our partner foundations.
HOW CAN I HELP?
Several ways to help us continue our goal in raising money for cancer research:
1: Attending one of our events and coming together with hundreds of young adults to have a great time and raise money for cancer research in your local market.
2: By clicking on any of the hospitals links provided on our website to donate directly to the specific hospital foundations. All such donations will be receipted directly by the individual institution. (Jewish General Hospital Foundation Segal Cancer Centre, UCLA Johnson Cancer Centre, The Ottawa Regional Cancer Centre and the UHN Toronto General and Western Hospital Foundation.)
3: Social media, via twitter, Facebook, Instagram etc. Spreading the word regarding our initiatives with the goal of engaging as many people as possible!
4: You can visit our online store and purchase any of the products where a portion of all sales goes towards research.