Bruce Power is matching donations up to $30,000 for the Canadian Cancer Society’s virtual Relay for Life events in Stratford and at Saugeen District Senior School (SDSS), in Port Elgin.
“Bruce Power has long been a sponsor of the Canadian Cancer Society and local Relay for Life events,” said Dwight Irwin, Bruce Power’s Manager of Community Relations. “All 4,200 of our employees have celebrated with a family member or friend who survived cancer, or shed tears for those we love who did not. We thank all the participants for their dedication and fundraising efforts to a cause that touches us all.”
This year’s Relay for Life will look a little different due to COVID-19, said Allison Taylor-Misener, Special Events Specialist at the Canadian Cancer Society. The Relay will still feature the hallmark components of the in-person events, including celebrating cancer survivors, walking laps, enjoying fun activities, supporting people living with cancer, collecting online donations, and remembering those we’ve lost.
“Today, nearly one in two Canadians are expected to be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime,” Taylor-Misener said. “With your help, we’re funding groundbreaking research and able to provide a national support system for people with cancer, their caregivers and their families. Together, we will show Canadians affected by cancer that they don’t have to go through their journey alone, and we’re so grateful for your support.”
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