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Cops for Cancer in Toronto (University of Toronto Scarborough) 2015

Police officers, along with emergency service personnel, play a leadership role in organizing the Canadian Cancer Society Cops for Cancer events by involving communities across Ontario in fundraising and cancer awareness activities. The events range from head shaves in public places to participating in bike rides such as Pedal for Hope to organizing various school-based fundraising activities.

To raise funds in the fight against cancer, event participants collect pledges from their co-workers, friends, family and community members. Funds raised help the Canadian Cancer Society fund the most promising research projects in the country, provide information services and support programs in the community and advocate for public policies that prevent cancer and help those living with it. To date, the Canadian Cancer Society Cops for Cancer program has raised more than $45 million across Canada! 

Come join us on Tuesday, March 31, 2015 at 11:00 am in the Meeting Place as the UTSC Campus Community Police shave their heads and raise funds for the Canadian Cancer Society. If you wish to participate or make a donation, register online at

A head shave will take place in support of the Canadian Cancer Society and prizes will be raffled with all donations benefitting the Canadian Cancer Society.

We need your help to make a difference!

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