Walk or Fun-Run to Support Research and Programs

Transform the future for brain tumour patients and survivors with Spring Sprint.

Starting April 2014, 19 cities across the country will host Spring Sprint events to honour the brain tumour community and bring hope to the 27 Canadians diagnosed each and every day.

Take action to support brain tumour patients and survivors
Registration is now open! Check out the NEW SpringSprint.ca and register now!
 

Or find your closest city below and click to register and start fundraising.

Belleville,
Sunday June 8

 
Halifax,
Saturday May 10

 
Toronto,
Sunday, April 27

 
Brampton,
Sunday May 4
Hamilton,
Saturday May 3

 
Vancouver,
Sunday May 25

 
Calgary,
Sunday June 8

 
Kitchener-Waterloo,
Saturday May 3

 
Victoria,
Sunday, May 25

 
Chatham-Kent,
Saturday May 10

 
London,
Saturday April 26

 
Windsor,
Saturday June 14

 
Edmonton,
Saturday May 31

 
Montreal,
Saturday May 31

 
Winnipeg,
Sunday June 1
Fredericton,
Saturday June 7

 
Ottawa,
Sunday June 1

 
Virtual,
Anytime, anywhere!

 
Guelph,
Sunday May 4
Saskatoon,
Saturday June 28
 

When you fundraise through Spring Sprint, you join a nationwide movement to transform the future for brain tumour patients and families. This means funding critical research into the cause of and cure for brain tumours. It also means ensuring the 55,000 Canadians living with the disease have the tools and services they need to feel empowered about their health care and can connect with others on the brain tumour journey. 

To learn more about Spring Sprint, please contact:

Sharon Whiteside
National Special Events Manager
swhiteside@braintumour.ca
1-800-265-5106 or 519-642-7755 ext 229

 

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