Tour for Kids Ontario 2020

Tour for Kids Ontario 2020 Supports camp programs
Coast to Coast Against Cancer

About 2020 Tour for Kids Ontario

Tour for Kids is a three day cycling adventure between August 14th and 16th in the Kawartha Lake region. Ride along rolling drumlin hills, scenic lake vistas and winding rural roads. We’ll ride though quaint villages and small towns brimming with authentic experiences, family owned resorts, bed and breakfasts and buzzing cafes. Rest stops along the route will keep you well fed and will meet all the luxuries of home. Register by April 30th and SAVE $60 on your 3-day reg fees

  • Registration: EARLY BIRD PRICING...only $399! On May 1st, price goes up to $459
  • Registration includes: Personalized jersey, full route support, meals and so much more!
  • Minimum Fundraising: $1500 for 3-days
  • Distance: 100k, 160k OR 200k daily
  • Route Summary: We ride a different route each day in the Kawartha Lakes region, including: Pigeon Lake, Rice Lake and Stoney Lake.
  • Cause & Beneficiary: Cancer camp programs
  • Accommodations: Trent University, Gzowski College. Register now and you’re guaranteed air con and a double bed!

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Date

Starts at:  August 14, 2020 6:15 AM
Ends at:  August 16, 2020 4:15 PM

Location

Gzowski Way
1 Gzowski Way
Peterborough,ON K9L 1Z8 CAN

Contact

Sharon Andres
416.908.9865
sharon.andres@ctcacf.org

Why Participate

Camp is a vital part of the healing and recovery of children with cancer. While medical professionals address the complex physical needs of children with cancer, camp addresses their emotional and psychological needs. In addition to the psychological fallout of childhood cancer, over 75 per cent of survivors live with serious physical health problems such as blindness, deafness, growth issues, mobility issues, fertility problems or heart and kidney issues, which add yet another layer of psychological and financial complexity to their lives. Thanks to the support of our participants, donors and sponsors, camp is there to help reduce some of the aftermath of the disease. Camp gives kids a sense of belonging and helps them to make sense of their traumatic experiences



Thank You To Our Generous Sponsors​