Our organization is a support group on behalf of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation-Ontario, which consists of professional organizations and individuals of the transportation industry. Trucking For a Cure not only raises awareness and funds for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation but also builds bridges between commercial drivers, the industry, the public at large, and hope to unite trucking enthusiasts behind such a meaningful cause.

The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation relies on caring, community-minded people, and organizations like Trucking For a Cure to raise cbfc logo 2017funds for breast cancer awareness, education and research. Funds raised at such events as this, are used to fund research, build fellowships, and create breast health incentives across Ontario. The funds allow the Foundation to continue working to improve the lives of those affected with breast cancer and continue research to battle the disease. Breast cancer is a complex disease with no known single cause. In 2012, it is estimated that 23,400 women and 190 men in Canada will be diagnosed with this disease.

Along with our “Team Cure” members, our generous supporters, and drivers our goal is to turn the transportation industry “PINK” in the month of October! We drive for your mother, sister, spouse and daughters. We are the driving force battling breast cancer one truck at a time and we will keep steering towards a cancer free future!

Below is a video showing the efforts of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation

2 thoughts on “About Us

  1. My mom is breast cancer survivor. I am interested in doing a convoy in New Jersey. Any information on how to bring your cause to the states would be helpful. Thank you

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