About The Walk

Pamela Greenaway-Kohlmeier - BCSC Founded in 1991

Mother's Day Walk, a cherished part of the Breast Cancer Society of Canada's history.

The first Mother's Day Walk was held on Sunday, May 12th 1991. That day, Pam walked alongside her family and friends to raise funds for breast cancer research. They raised $2,000 that year! Sadly, Pam passed away the following March, making that first Mother's Day walk the only event she would attend. Determined more than ever by their passion to end this disease, her family and friends have continued to devote themselves to her legacy.  

cleo, a ladies retail store and long-time partner of the Breast Cancer Society plays an important role by hosting in-store fundraising activities throughout the year. The Breast Cancer Society of Canada is extremely grateful for the generous support of the cleo staff and their customers. 

Pam's legacy to fund breast cancer research is saving lives. Help realize the family's hope for a cure one-step at a time! Register to walk or run today! All our walks are 5K in length. Make sure to arrive early to enjoy a motivating Zumba warm-up, refreshments and activities for the kids! Register Now to help fund life-saving breast cancer research. 

Need help or ideas to help you with your fundraising?   
Download our Mother's Day Walk fundraising tips: "Raise $500 in 10 days for the Mother's Day Walk" or "6 fun ways to raise money for the Mother's Day Walk".

Still need motivation to collect pledges?
Find out about the great fundraising incentives we have for 2018!

Need some training tips, before and on the day of the walk?
Download our Mother's Day Walk training tips

Need more information about the walk?
Download our "Frequently Asked Questions
or for further assistance, please call 1-800-567-8767

Interested in corporate sponsorship for the Mother's Day Walk?
Discover how your organization can make a difference through corporate support,  download our one sheet and learn how your organization can help.

Register Now to help fund life-saving breast cancer research.