Corporate Partners

At Pancreatic Cancer Canada Foundation (PCCF), strategic partners help fund innovative pancreatic cancer research through our PancOne™ network and provide support to those living with the disease through our Wellspring patient program. 

Our partnership arrangements are designed to be mutually beneficial and drive the organization’s mission forward. 

TELUS and Koodo, along with their nationwide dealer network, support Pancreatic Cancer Canada through their annual in-store fundraising and awareness campaign. Through the generosity of their customers, donations are collected and matched by TELUS, raising significant funds for research investment.

Pancreatic cancer remains an important cause within the TELUS family, after the passing of beloved executive Joe Goodbaum to the disease in 2016.

As one of Google’s charities of choice, PCCF benefits from ‘Google Giving Week’, an employee-driven philanthropic fundraising initiative. PCCF has leveraged Google’s technical prowess to build a microsite for the #AssumptionsCanBeDeadly campaign and is the recipient of a Google grant designed to help enhance the organization’s brand presence online.
Our work with award-winning The&Partnership has helped elevate the Pancreatic Cancer Canada brand and our public presence while delivering some hard-hitting and bold messages about pancreatic cancer. The 2017 Assumptions Can Be Deadly campaign was provoking and eye-opening – calling people to action regarding the signs and symptoms of this cancer.

Industry Partners

PCCF exists to fight this aggressive, deadly form of cancer. To do this, we work with organizations and individuals that share our vision and can help advance our efforts. Included among these are pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, as they play a pivotal role researching the next generation of treatments and manufacturing therapies currently approved for use in Canada. PCCF works with these companies to:

  • Accelerate promising research findings towards the development of new treatments
  • Bring attention to the specific issues and needs of pancreatic cancer patients
  • Leverage and deploy resources to improve the patient experience
  • Increase public understanding of what it means to be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer

Funds received by PCCF from pharmaceutical industry partners are done so as unrestricted educational grants and full transparency is paramount.

Corporate Supporters

We are excited to partner with Amidira: a Canadian company that designs thoughtful care boxes specifically for people going through cancer treatment and their caregivers. When you buy the special edition PCC x Amidira Wellness Set, $20 from the proceeds will benefit PCC’s critical research investments and help us raise the rate of pancreatic cancer survival. Every item in this box promotes rest and relaxation and contributes to the perfect nighttime routine. Purchase one for yourself, a loved one on a cancer journey, or get a jumpstart on your holiday shopping. Click here to learn more and to buy your box.

Fresh Paint Studios is a Toronto Art Studio aiming to inspire artistic creativity in everyone. Fresh Paint provides virtual paint nights with the option to have kits delivered directly to your house. Fresh Paint offers participants the option to add on a donation to each virtual paint night, with $10 from each registered participant donated to PCC. Click here to find a paint night that inspires you and be sure to click the “support PCC” ticket at checkout.

 

Owned and operated by Newfoundland International Motorsports Limited, Targa Newfoundland is one of three internationally recognized Targa motorsports events in the world. In 2021, Pancreatic Cancer Canada will become the official charity of choice for Targa Newfoundland with new teams fundraising for pancreatic cancer research.

CONTACT US

For further information, please contact Amy Lewis, Director, Strategic Partnerships at alewis@pccf.ca.

316-4211 Yonge Street
Toronto, ON M2P 2A9
Toll Free: 1-888-726-2269

info@pccf.ca
Charitable Registration Number 84870 1967 RR0001