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Metastatic Breast Cancer - Pam's Crazy Coconuts

This year, we are joining tens of thousands of Canadians to participate in the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBI Run for the Cure.

Every day, 70 Canadians will hear the words “you have breast cancer.” By participating in this year’s Canadian Cancer Society CIBC Run for the Cure, we’re joining a collective that is a force-for-life in the face of breast cancer. We’re running in honour of all the incredible people in our lives. 

We are proud to be a team for this year’s event in memory of the beloved Pamela Larocque. Pamela recently passed away on Tuesday, September 3rd, 2019 following a six year battle with metastatic breast cancer. She fought like a true warrior and this October we walk for her!


Please contribute what you can to our fundraising. Every dollar makes a difference. Your donation will fund ground-breaking research to help save the lives of more Canadians and provide support programs for people affected by breast cancer.

Together, we can change the future of breast cancer.

Thanks in advance for your support!

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Be recognized as one of the top 5 teams at your Run! The top 5 teams who meet the minimum fundraising amount of $10,000 by the deadline of Sept 22* will receive a Team Tent space. You can decorate the tent, hang out there on Run day and receive the VIP experience!

*Only funds reflected on the website by Sept 22, 2022 at 10 PM PST will be counted. For offline funds to count, bank stamped forms need to arrive at CCS by Sept 8.