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Scotiabank Charity Challenge Registration is Now Open

Walk or run the Scotiabank Charity Challenge with us this October to help every Canadian with celiac disease get diagnosed and empowered. You can walk or run a virtual marathon, half marathon, 10 or 5 km  – or do the “Whole Shebang” (every race length) over the course of the entire month. Log your kilometres using your FitBit, Garmin or preferred app or device or even manually. Register to support the CCA by August 15 for a chance to win early bird prizes!

When:

October 1 – 31, 2021: Virtual

October 17, 2021: In Person (TBD) – Toronto, Ontario

 

Who are you Stepping Up For?

Last year Lucas stepped up for his sister and mom. Is there someone in your life that has celiac disease or a gluten-related disorder? Join our team and Step Up! 

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Every Step Makes an Impact.

We’ve raised over $80,000 since 2018 with the Scotiabank Charity Challenge. The Canadian Celiac Association (CCA) is Canada’s largest national charitable funder of celiac disease and gluten disorder research. We provide access to free, evidence-based education to help Canadians confirm their diagnosis and support their journey to live longer, healthier lives.

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Walk or run individually or as a team. We all have a reason to participate.

Anyone in the world can participate and support the CCA. Challenge your friends and family members or create a virtual relay team. Register by the early bird deadline of August 15 for a chance to win prizes!

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Interested in Becoming an Event Sponsor?

Please contact Julie Greene: julie.greene@celiac.ca for more information.

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