Dodge For A Cure
Did You Know?

Based on 2007 estimates, 1 out of 4 Canadians is expected to die from cancer.

Did You Know?

According to the WHO, at least 1/3 of all cancer cases are preventable. Or for our purposes, Dodgeable.

Did You Know?

Based on 2007 estimates, 2 out of 5 Canadians are expected to develop cancer.

Did You Know?

Tobacco use is the single greatest avoidable risk factor for cancer.

Welcome Dodgers!

The New and The True-Blue

Some New and Some Familiar Faces

A lot of work goes into organizing Dodge for a Cure, both from our small organizing committee, our key partners, and our amazing volunteers on the day of the event. We are thrilled to already have some new and familiar faces onboard for this year’s Dodge for a Cure.

We are lucky to have JAC back on board this year as our marketing partner. Last year, the JAC team fulfilled our marketing needs with; branding, website, signage, booklet, pro-tip images, photography and so much more to make Dodge For A Cure a success.

Two New Core Committee Members

We’re also delighted to have two new core committee members. After leading The Artful Dodgers last year, Jason Kielly got hooked on Dodgeball and joins the Dodge for a Cure team as our Game Day Coordinator. Also joining us, is first time dodger, Brad Duffett who is a chartered accountant.

Welcome aboard guys!

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Mayor O'Keefe helping us kick things off!! #dodgecancer #dodgeforacurenl

The Latest

The Mighty Duckers Team Captain: Melissa Bonia 0/10
Double Under Dodgers Team Captain: Roy Sullivan 1/10
The Hard Targets Team Captain: Jordan Veenstra 3/10
The Artful Dodgers Team Captain: Sheldon Hynes 1/10
Balls N Dolls Team Captain: Jane Reddick 0/10
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