Subaru Canada – Official Vehicle
$750 Subaru Rebate
To show their appreciation for those involved, Subaru Canada is offering all participants a $750 rebate on the purchase or lease of any new Subaru vehicle, valid to redeem within 12 months of your event! Click the button below to download the rebate application form & contact firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a Player Verification Letter to accompany your application.
Subaru brings to the program a longstanding history with the Canadian Cancer Society and a focus on helping to maintain the best women’s grassroots golf program. As presenting partner of Golf Fore the Cure, Subaru Canada is just as passionate about keeping their customers happy and safe for long or short drives as they are about their customers’ well being outside of their Subaru vehicles! As part of their commitment to promoting healthy, active lifestyles through various sponsorships from coast to coast, Subaru Canada is proud to help grow the game of golf in Canada and stand alongside thousands of compassionate women across Canada to help make a difference in the fight against breast cancer.
adidas Golf – Official Apparel Partner
As a pink partner of Golf Fore the Cure, adidas Canada will provide uniforms for each site coordinator and National Event participant, as well as full outfits for the top-three fundraising teams at the National Event. adidas has a lengthy history of supporting recreational sport and we are thrilled to align their brand with Golf Fore the Cure.
Canadian Cancer Society
Golf Canada and the Canadian Cancer Society first partnered to engage women in golf while raising funds for the breast cancer cause.
Breast cancer is still the most common cancer and the second leading cause of cancer death among women in Canada. The Canadian Cancer Society is funding more groundbreaking breast cancer research than any other national charity – and tremendous progress is being made. Today, the 5-year net survival rate for breast cancer is 87%. Since the late 1980’s, there has been a 44% decrease in the breast cancer death rate thanks to early detection and increased screening rates, combined with better treatment therapies.
With the support of partners like Golf Canada, the Canadian Cancer Society can continue funding high-quality breast cancer research, educating women about early detection, and providing information and support services to those living with breast cancer, ensuring no woman is alone in her journey.
Quebec Breast Cancer Foundation
For ten years, golf clubs in Quebec that participate in this program have donated over $850,000 to the Foundation. Events who support the Foundation can donate directly online and all funds raised are designated to the three province-wide branches available through the Foundation; research, awareness and support programs/initiatives.
The Quebec Breast Cancer Foundation remains hopeful that it will accomplish even more, so that fewer and fewer people will die from this disease.
The Quebec Breast Cancer Foundation is a registered charitable organization established in 1994 on the initiative of Pam McLernon. Its original name was the Montreal Breast Cancer Foundation. Initially, the Foundation’s objectives were to provide assistance to women with breast cancer and to support medical research on the disease. Our mission still encompasses those original goals, but has gradually expanded to include activities focused on breast health awareness and education.
Since its inception, the Foundation, which became the Quebec Breast Cancer Foundation in 2003, has experienced remarkable growth, thanks to generous donations from its partners and the public. Today, we are proud to fund major research projects in Quebec, while continuing to encourage Quebecers to adopt healthy lifestyles, and to support thousands of breast cancer sufferers in their struggle with the disease.
Since 1994, we have invested more than $23 million in research, education and awareness, and support programs. Thanks to the sustained generosity of people like you, the Quebec Breast Cancer Foundation remains hopeful that it will accomplish even more, so that fewer and fewer people will die from this disease.