2023 TORONTO WOMEN’S RUN SERIES EVENTS
Where: In person – Sunnybrook Park, Toronto
Half Marathon/10k/5k: May 22, 2023
10k/5k: August 26, 2023
8k/5k: October 7, 2023
For more information or to register: www.towomensruns.com
Set your goal and register for the Toronto Women’s Run Series. Since 2009 the Toronto Women’s Run has been supporting POGO through their events. With three dates and different skill levels to choose from – it is a great race for new and seasoned runners with great fundraising incentives available.
LINKED FOR LIFE
LINKED for Life was created by POGO’s Survivor to Survivor (S2S) to raise awareness and funds for childhood cancer and survivor care.
LINKED for Life creates a visual representation of the connection between the childhood cancer community and those who support it.
Paper chains will be displayed in communities across Ontario during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month in September.
KITCHENER KIDS WITH CANCER RUN/WALK
Where: Ken Seiling Waterloo Region Museum
When: Sunday 10, September 2023
Calling all runners, joggers, walkers and families of all ages and abilities. Thanks to the supportive citizens of Waterloo Region and beyond, this annual 5km run/walk and 10km run is one of POGO’s longest running events.
TORONTO WATERFRONT MARATHON
When: In person: Sunday, October 15, 2023
The Toronto Waterfront Marathon is Canada’s premier running event. Attracting participants from around the world, the marathon plays host to runners of all ages and abilities from Canadian Olympians to first-time marathoners.
With a distance for everyone, participants can choose from the marathon, half marathon, 10K, 5K, or 1K Kids Race. When you register you can choose POGO as your charity of choice and have the option to fundraise and or donate.
When: Sunday, September 17, 2023
Website: Home | Sunday Best Toronto
The best of Toronto’s food, fashion and friends come together for a special celebration of the Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario and Kids Help Phone. 100% of proceeds will benefit the youth across Ontario battling childhood cancer and mental health.