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Upcoming Events 2018

December Events

Facebook Christmas Campaign for 2018 -- December, 2018
The upcoming festive season is a time of giving. We give all sorts of things at during this joyous time of the year: we give our loved ones presents under the Christmas tree and kisses under the mistletoe; Father Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa give gifts to children all over the world; we give Christmas greetings to our neighbours and to our friends, and we give smiles to strangers. Christmas is indeed a very special time of year.

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October Events

Toronto, ON - CPFF Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon -- October 21, 2018
Run for CPFF!
Participants can run or walk to raise money to fund research into causes and treatments for pulmonary fibrosis (PF), a disease that kills 5000 Canadians each year. Once diagnosed, the life expectancy is 2 to 4 years. There is no escape other than a lung transplant. PF causes scarring of the lungs until one can no longer breathe. A terrible way to live and die.

Enter in one of these customized DISCOUNT CHARITY PIN codes for race registration (in addition to applicable taxes and processing fees) and save:

·       Marathon or Half Marathon ($80): 18CPFF42K
·       5k ($40): 18CPFF5K
·       5k with Stroller ($50): 18CPFF5ST

Thank you for supporting CPFF — every effort helps and is much appreciated!

Register Now!

September Events


Free PF Patient Forums -- September, 2018


















September is Pulmonary Fibrosis Month -- September, 2018

Blow Bubbles and Donate!

CPFF is asking everyone to invite your family, friends, neighbours, colleagues, your MP, your MPP, and your local Councillor to all blow bubbles for someone who can’t.

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July Events

Vancouver, BC - Forever Lungs -- July 8, 2018
Forever Lungs

Two women. Two bikes.
One epic cycle across Canada for Pulmonary Fibrosis. NEW! $40,000 goal

Invite to Forever Lungs Finale

August 8, 2018 – 1:30 pm @ Sunnyside Pavilion Courtyard
1755 Lake Shore Blvd W, Toronto ON M6S 5A3

The Canadian Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation (CPFF) invites everyone to come out and join us as we congratulate Olivia and Julie Ann on their epic cycling trip of 4,374 km from Vancouver to Toronto.

Olivia and Julie Ann will be arriving at Sunnyside Pavilion Courtyard on Wednesday August 8th for 1:30 pm.

CPFF Board members Robert Davidson, CPFF Founder; Heather Davidson, Treasurer; Barbara Barr, Vice President; Ranjena Maloni, Board member; and Sharon Lee, Executive Director will be on hand to greet these two wonderful women.

There will be a presentation to Olivia and Julie Ann, so come out and join us!

Video update from Saskatchewan

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