For 14 years, on Father’s Day, the Jean-Pagé Walk of Courage has been fighting prostate cancer by celebrating men and life. In this new context of social distancing, walking becomes VIRTUAL to continue to support men who are victims of prostate cancer, and their families, because they need us more than ever.
On Sunday, June 21, from your living room, take up the challenge and show your support by participating in the largest virtual gathering against prostate cancer. No distance target is required. You can walk as much as you want. A simple registration in the amount of $12, will allow PROCURE, for example, to give patients and their loved ones, a consultation on our online chat with our health experts!
Invite your family and friends and use Father's Day as an opportunity to strengthen your family bonds. Put on your walking shoes and join us by videoconference, starting at 11 a.m. (local time), for a virtual celebration of the men of your lives in the company of our honorary president Isabelle Pagé and different celebrities, while respecting physical distancing measures.
Can't make it? No problem ! Take part in the challenge anywhere, anytime and let us know. We will share your message with as many people as possible!
Do not hesitate to post a photo or video on your social media using the #mdcjeanpagé and the tag @procureqc and tell us who you are doing it for!
In the face of illness and on Father's Day, let's stay united for our men and join the virtual movement!
The funds raised on that day will be used not only to fight prostate cancer by investing in research through our PROCURE Biobank, but also to provide information and awareness to men and caregivers.
PROCURE is a charitable organization fighting against prostate cancer. It educates, supports, and informs people affected by this disease. It promotes and contributes to the financing of world-class research. To find out more, visit www.procure.ca.