Tour for Kids Alberta

Tour for Kids Alberta Supports camp programs
Coast to Coast Against Cancer Foundation

About Tour for Kids Alberta

Tour for Kids is a three day cycling adventure between July 12th and 14th. Ride through the Rockies alongside pristine wilderness and snow capped mountains, on the Icefields Parkway with scenery so stunning you’ll pinch yourself. Rest stops along the route have a hint of rustic atmosphere with all the luxuries of home.

  • Registration: $359 for all 3-days
  • Registration includes: Louis Garneau jersey, full route support, all meals, complimentary massages post ride, SWAG and so much more!
  • Minimum Fundraising: $1200
  • Distance: 100k+ daily
  • Route Summary: We kick off at Rockpointe Church on Friday then shuttle to our start points, ending our day at David Thompson Resort. After a short stop in Caroline it’s off to Camp Kindle where we spend our second night. Sunday is a leisurely ride back to Rockpointe Church for a mid day celebratory BBQ
  • Cause & Beneficiary: Camp Kindle
  • Accommodations: There are very limited rooms at DTR, so bring your camping gear including your tent! Everyone spends the night in a cabin at Camp Kindle


Interested in joining us for another event? Check out Tour for Kids Atlantic or Tour for Kids Ontario we'd love to see you there too!

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Date

Starts at:  July 12, 2019 6:45 AM
Ends at:  July 14, 2019 7:00 PM

Location

RockPointe Church - Bearspaw
255024 Lochend Road
Calgary,AB T3L 2R2 CAN

Contact

Sharon Andres
416.908.9865
sharon.andres@ctcacf.org

Why Participate

Camp is a vital part of the healing and recovery of children with cancer. While medical professionals address the complex physical needs of children with cancer, camp addresses their emotional and psychological needs. In addition to the psychological fallout of childhood cancer, over 75 per cent of survivors live with serious physical health problems such as blindness, deafness, growth issues, mobility issues, fertility problems or heart and kidney issues, which add yet another layer of psychological and financial complexity to their lives. Thanks to the support of our participants, donors and sponsors, Camp Kindle is there to help reduce some of the aftermath of the disease. Camp gives kids a sense of belonging and helps them to make sense of their traumatic experiences.

Thank You To Our Generous Sponsors​