|Date:||Saturday October 14, 2017|
Thank you for Lighting The Night in Montreal
The Light The Night Walk in Montreal was a huge success! We had over 5,000 walkers in attendance and over $1,037,000 was raised in support of the blood cancer community. On behalf of the entire LLSC community: volunteers, Board of Directors, researchers, survivors, patients, their families, and all those who have been affected by a blood cancer, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts!
By fundraising for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada, you are helping to provide vital information, support and education programs to blood cancer patients, survivors, their caregivers and healthcare providers.
A big thank you goes out to all of our volunteers:
• The Montreal Camera Club
• Escadron de Cadets de l’Aviation Royale du Canada 555 Maple Leaf
• John Molson Competition Committee
• McGill Students for Ashinaga
• École secondaire Dorval-Jean XXIII
• And over 300 volunteers that helped make the Walk an amazing success!
We can’t wait to walk with you again next year!
Registration for Light The Night 2018 will open on World Cancer Day, February 4th.
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Matthew is proud that this will be his 11th LTN Walk alongside his LLSC family. Matthew first started walking in 2006 with his wife Jen. Matthew was joined in 2007 by his mother, sister and brother and since then they have been known as TEAM EMC. . . Read their story