The Pink Tour is a fundraising sports challenge organized by the Quebec Breast Cancer Foundation. The goal is to be active all summer long, accumulating 20, 100 or 500 kilometres of physical activity.
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When is it?
From July 6 to September 27, 2020.
How can I participate?
Sign up online at www.pinktour.ca.
Set your distance goal for this summer: 20 km, 100 km or 500 km.
When you sign up, you can:
- Create a team
- Join a team
- Do it solo
During your challenge, you can choose your activities:
- Doing yoga
- Working out at home
See our equivalency chart for other possibilities. You don’t have to stick to one activity to accumulate your kilometres. Whether you pick a variety of activities—or not—is up to you!
Where is it?
All across Quebec! The Pink Tour does not require any public gathering. At home or outdoors, accumulate your kilometres at your own pace and in your own way.
Who can join in?
The Pink Tour challenge is accessible to everyone, no matter your level of fitness or home town.
How much is the Pink Tour?
Whether you register on your own or as part of a team, the registration fee is $30 per participant, or $35 with a medal.
Where do my donations go?
When you join the Pink Tour, you contribute to maintaining the support services we offer to people with the disease and their loved ones, including:
- The financial assistance program
Each year the Foundation gives more than $400,000 to people affected by breast cancer, for whom the disease causes many expenses.
- My Active Health kinesio-oncology program
Tailored to people at risk of or affected by breast cancer, this program offers a range of services with an eye to prevention through physical activity during and after breast cancer.
- The virtual Chit-Chat Club
Exclusively for people affected by metastatic breast cancer, this group allows participants to meet and talk, via videoconference, with other people who are affected by metastatic breast cancer.
- Support service
The Foundation offers a free psychosocial support service. Individual or family appointments can be held by telephone or videoconference. More than 500 people benefit from this service every year.
- Virtual clinic
Free of charge, easy to use and accessible 24/7, this primary care service is for people who have been diagnosed with breast cancer within the last five years and their families.