3 ways to celebrate Fathers Day and make a difference

For many, the dads and father figures in our lives have been some of our biggest supporters – our personal chefs, spirited coaches, funniest storytellers and our heroes when we need them.

Show you care by honouring a father figure in your life with a meaningful gift that also makes an impact. Your gift will support groundbreaking cancer research and compassionate support programs that give hope to Canadians affected by cancer.

Learn more about the unique ways you can show your appreciation.

A père et son fils

3 meaningful gifts for Father's Day

The Dad Project

He’s your wisest teacher, your rock, your role model. This Father’s Day celebrate the dads in your life with The Dad Project from our gift collection. Your gift will help fund cancer research and reduce the burden of a diagnosis by providing practical and emotional support to men with cancer – like essential information to help navigate a cancer journey and connecting them to someone who’s been there.

With every purchase from our gift collection, you can select a free e-card and personalize a message to send some extra love!

A young boy smiling and sitting between his father and his grandfather

Prostate Cancer Research

Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among Canadian men. Your Prostate Cancer Research gift will fund groundbreaking research so that fewer men hear the words "you have prostate cancer."
Older couple embracing and smiling.

Give a Ride

This gift shares your values of making sure no one gets left behind. For some Canadians, simply planning travel to their cancer treatment appointments can be an overwhelming task. By giving the gift of a ride, you'll show you care while helping people with cancer focus on getting well and help to eliminate the worry of how they manage their travel.
Two Wheels for hope drivers in the driver's seat and passenger's seat of a car.

This Father’s Day, make a special donation to honour the dads and important male role models in our lives – and those who’ve shaped who we are, even if they’re no longer with us.