CANCELLED

In order to put the well-being and safety of people affected by cancer, our clients, event participants, supporters, volunteers and staff first, we are cancelling Mudmoiselle in Kingston 2020. If you are involved in or have registered for Mudmoiselle in Kingston 2020, you will receive information from us about next steps.

There is no doubt this is an unfortunate situation as Mudmoiselle in Kingston 2020 is not only a much-anticipated event but also a meaningful way for people to show their support for the cancer cause.

In spite of Mudmoiselle in Kingston 2020 not taking place for now, we are encouraging you to please continue to show your support. Please make a donation online today and support our critically needed activities. Thank you.

For more information on Mudmoiselle in Kingston 2020, please contact Kelly Merrithew at kelly.merrithew@ontario.cancer.ca

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Mudmoiselle in Kingston 2020

MUD FLAPS

 

When life gets messy, we stick together!

We are participating in Mudmoiselle in Kingston 2020 to make a difference in the lives of people affected by cancer.  With nearly 1 in 2 Canadians being diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime, supporting events like Mudmoiselle helps make a meaningful difference for the cancer cause.

By participating in Mudmoiselle, our team is helping the Canadian Cancer Society do what no other Canadian cancer charity does; they fund groundbreaking research into more than 100 types of cancer and provide the largest cancer support system in the country that helps people with cancer and their families.

Every dollar makes a difference and we need your help to reach our fundraising goal! Help us go the extra muddy mile by donating today.

Together, we are bigger than cancer. Thanks for your support!

 
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About the Canadian Cancer Society

The Canadian Cancer Society is a national, community-based organization of volunteers whose mission is the eradication of cancer and the enhancement of the quality of life of people living with cancer. For more information, visit www.cancer.ca.

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