Over the past two years Run To Give Toronto has given people the opportunity to stay active and connected while lending a hand throughout the pandemic. With the support of over 300 participants and donors, we have been able to raise over $33,000 for local Toronto charities.
Our goal this year is to raise $100,000 for Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario to support children with cancer and their families in a variety of different ways!
Registration Closes: July 15th, 2022
Race Kits Will Be Sent: Before Run Day*
Run Day: August 7th, 2022
Registration Fee: $35
(A partial tax receipt of $20 will be issued)
Grab some friends or register as an individual for our 5km or 10km on August 7th, 2022.
Pick the time and place you want to run and be sure to post pictures and tag #runtogiveto along the way.
*Run kits will be provided for all Ontario Residents - All out of province participants will receive a virtual swag bag.*
Let's make a difference in the lives of children living with cancer.
In 2020, our team put together an event for “Meals to Heal Toronto” in under 2 months. Throughout this time we saw massive support in our community and were able to donate over $8,000. This meant that they were able to donate roughly 500 meals to frontline workers in hospitals throughout the GTA while supporting local businesses.
In 2021, RTG teamed up with “Stella’s Place” which was designed by young adults, their families and professionals to provide comprehensive mental health services for those 16 to 29 of age. In our second year, we were able to raise over $25,000; giving 300 young adults in Toronto the opportunity to experience Stella’s Place’s drop in counselling which truly made a difference for our peers within our community.
This year, Run to Give has teamed up with Good Hood Club with the common goal of supporting POGO.
- There are over 4000 families in Ontario with a child in cancer treatment or follow-up care each year
- Nearly 20,000 children and youth in Ontario are survivors of childhood cancer
- Cancer remains the most common cause of disease related deaths in Ontario over the age of 1 year