Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Steam Whistle Brewery
The IT4CC team has been raising funds for Childhood Cancer Canada since 2010. By 2014, the team had expanded to include a variety of companies across the Information Technology (IT) Sector. To equally represent all of the contributing parties, we decided to create a foundation that would better represent the IT industry in Canada as a whole. As the saying goes, it takes a village to raise (cure) a child and we are looking for corporate Canada, specifically the IT sector to take a stand against childhood cancer. We believe that together we can and we will make a difference.
This is the sixth year that IT4CC will be running a charity event in support of Childhood Cancer Canada. With your help we have been able to raise over $500,000 to support much needed childhood cancer research. We could not be successful without the help of the great people in the Information Technology Sector.
This year we have set a lofty goal of $175,000. I know with your help we can and we will make a difference!
Your IT4CC team is actively working on our 2016 Head Shaving Event. We have picked our venue, we have finalized our prospectus and we are now actively looking for sponsors and silent auction items. We have also opened our head shaving page and we are looking for teams and individuals willing to donate their time and their hair to this great cause.
To learn more or to sign up, please follow one of the following links:
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Founded in 1987, Childhood Cancer Canada (CCC) is the country's leading Foundation dedicated entirely to the fight against childhood cancer. Their goal is to improve the lives of children with cancer and their families through vital support programs and investment in collaborative cancer research. Through their unique partnership with all of Canada's 17 childhood cancer hospitals and treatment centres, they ensure that children with cancer are exposed to kinder and gentler treatments that will not only cure them but leave them with an improved quality of life into adulthood.