RCYC Paddlethon Sunday August 21

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Aug 10, 2022

The fourth annual RCYC Paddlethon takes place on Sunday, August 21, 2022

RCYC Members are raising funds for Ronald McDonald House Charities Toronto to keep seriously ill children and their families together to improve their health and well-being.

On August 21, participants will ‘paddle on anything that floats’ around the south RCYC Island, followed by a barbeque. Prizes are awarded to the top fundraising adult and youth fundraiser. The Paddlethon has raised over $100,000 for RMHC Toronto in the last three years, with a goal of raising $60,000 in 2022.


Register, fundraise or donate at https://paddlethon.ca/

PaddlethonAbout RMHC Toronto

Since 1981, Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) Toronto has served as a place to call home for families with seriously ill children undergoing treatment. We encompass a House for 81 families in downtown Toronto and Ronald McDonald Family Rooms in five hospitals across the Greater Toronto Area and in Sudbury.

In an average year, we serve more than 5,300 families from across Ontario , throughout Canada, and around the world. like the Ford Family who stayed at RMHC Toronto – click the photo for one family’s story.

For more information, please visit rmhctoronto.ca.

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