Join Me And Go Plaid For Dad

I’ve recently joined the Plaid For Dad Executive Council supporting Prostate Cancer Canada. The Council is made up of super smart and talented people (I know what you’re thinking… why am I there? but please keep reading…) who all believe that mPFD_PCC_2017_LOGO-ENore awareness and support will lead to inspiring a nation of Canadian men to, um, do what needs to be done. If detected, 90% of prostate cancers are treatable. 1 in 8 men will be diagnosed with Prostate Cancer in their lifetime.

#PlaidForDad is a national campaign that involves people and workplaces across Canada fundraising in support of Prostate Cancer Canada. It all revolves around the Friday before Father’s Day – and the weeks leading up to that Friday. Yes, we wear plaid – but there’s so much more. That’s where you come in…

I NEED YOUR HELP!

I’m looking for leaders like you to bring #PlaidForDad to your place of work. I’m looking for creators like you to inspire workplaces to take part. The size of the workplace (big or small) does not matter. We need more workplaces taking part. We need more workplaces challenging other workplaces.

Here’s one simple step to get your workplace involved:

1) Register Your Workplace

Then you’ll get a tool kit and some advice on how to inspire and lead. Ideas like bake sales, pizza days, BBQs, prizes, all ahead of the big Friday. Challenge other workplaces.

That’s it. Sign up your workplace and then you’re a part of something special. Any questions, get in touch with me on any platform:

on Twitter

on Facebook

on Linked In

Here are some stats to help motivate you to take part:

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You are in good company… celebs

Joining the Plaid For Dad Executive Committee is part of my commitment to help 40 charities (Read all about #IMPACT40)

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