About the Walk
Celebrate life: fight prostate cancer!
For the past 12 years, the Walk of Courage PROCURE celebrates men and life. This festive walk, followed by a friendly picnic, is the ideal gathering place to celebrate. On June 16th, 2019, you're all invited to walk 1km, 3km or 5 km at Parc du Mont-Royal (Lac-aux-castors) and celebrate the men in your life along with our honorary president, sports and television celebrities will be present for the event and more than 500 walkers. Dogs are welcomed.
Funds raised on this day will go to the fight against prostate cancer through research, information and awareness.
PROCURE is the only charitable organization in Quebec totally dedicated to the fight against prostate cancer through research, information and awareness. To learn more www.procure.ca.
Participate in the PROCURE Walk of Courage at Parc du Mont-Royal (Lac-aux-castors)
By registering for the Walk of Courage PROCURE, you join a family event while making a donation to support the fight against Prostate Cancer. Select your own personal challenge - walk 1km, 3km or 5km. After the walk, a lunch box (sandwich, cheese stick with juice) will be served to all walkers. Come with your children and grandchildren and join the fight against prostate cancer.
Registration fee - Click here to register now!
$25: For senior, 65 years and older – ($25 official tax receipt)
$30: For Adult - ($30 official tax receipt)
Free for children under 12 years old
How do you contribute?
Register for the Walk and then invite your family, friends and colleagues to join your team and walk with you. The more you are, the more the message is spread. Feel free to show your colors, wear a distinctive sign on the day of the Walk. You'll be noticed !
Your friends are not available? Invite them to sponsor you. You can try to win the Irving Camlot prize rewarding the volunteer who raised the most funds. Team up with us next June 16th. Do it for the men in your life, do it for you!
You cannot be with us on June 17th? Sponsor a participant or a team! Your donation will be your way of participating in the event, as well as contributing to the fight against this disease that kills an average of 85 Quebecers a week. At your request, an income tax receipt will be issued for all donations.