• Calling all Changemakers!

    ​When you walk, run or donate to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure, you help fund research that saves and improves the lives of women with breast cancer, as well as support services to help all those affected by the disease.


    Start or Support a Team Today!
  • Participate Your Way – Virtually!

    If we don’t have an official Run location in your community, no problem! Join “My Run. Any Where. Any way” and participate as an individual or as a team by doing an activity that suits YOU. Run, bike, host an activity in your home – it’s up to you!


    Join the Movement
  • Savour the Summer

    Plan a KitchenAid Cook for the Cure party! Invite your guests to make a donation in support of CBCF.


    Find out more!
  • Take a Swing at Breast Cancer

    Join us for Batting Against Breast Cancer™, our annual family-friendly slo-pitch tournament taking place in Calgary, Edmonton and Winnipeg.


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  • Own Your Strong with CBCF!

    CBCF is partnering with Canadian Mudderella in Whistler. Register today for this 8-11km obstacle course and fundraise in support of the Foundation.


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Running For The Cure ...

Join us for Canada’s largest, single-day volunteer led event in support of creating a future without breast cancer. Find out how you can become part of the movement and make a difference. On Sunday, October 2, 2011, who are you running for?

25 Years of Progress

For the last 25 years, the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation has been at the forefront of a nation-wide movement to mobilize action and raise awareness about breast cancer. Since 1986, the Foundation has invested over $230* million towards innovative breast cancer research, education and awareness initiatives. We have come a long way since our early grassroots beginnings, and have stayed true to our founders vision of creating a future without breast cancer. We thank those who have led us to where we are today. To learn more about progress made in 25 years click here