This informative event gathers a variety of people from the health and wellness field showcasing their products and services. With guest speakers, vendors and even healthy food ready to eat on site, everyone will benefit from attending! Please join us on October 19th from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. Also, all funds collected will be donated to breast cancer awareness!
Please Join Us: Saturday, November 23rd, for our Monte Carlo themed Annual Gala!
Meet new members, catch-up with existing and past members. Individual seats and Corporate tables available, opportunity to network and have fun.
6pm Meet & Greet, 6pm-8:30pm Silent & Live Auctions, Toast, Dinner; 9 pm Dancing to DJ Music until 1 am. Laughter, good music, great dancing, a variety of silent and live auction items, and a 50/50 draw … who knows what you might go home with!
Monte Carlo conjures images of the ocean, beaches, race cars, film festivals and maybe even some romance … step into a fun night. Hope to see you there! Come alone or bring someone, we all could use some fun and an opportunity to make new friends. Limited tickets so please get them ASAP to secure your place. Proceeds support BCAO Programs.
This Saturday is going to be gorgeous. You really should take your family outside.
Fortunately, the men of the North Gloucester Mens Hockey League are putting on an incredible outdoor event that we are very proud to share with you.
Please come join us at our 3rd NGMHL Outdoor Winter Classic in Support of Breast Cancer Action Ottawa.
Every player on the ice has paid to play in this tournament.
Last year we raised just under $4800 and we need your help to beat that total this year.
We will be playing in a 4 on 4 Outdoor Hockey Tournament at Combermere Outdoor Rink (11 Combermere Lane).
This is a beautiful outdoor rink located in Rothwell Heights with a boarded ice pad as well as an adjacent open skating pad for your and your family to use.
Come on out and bring your skates.
We will have music; hot chocolate; treats; a 50-50 draw; people collecting donations; plenty of great hockey to cheer on and most importantly a port-o-potty.
We hope to see you there supporting a great cause.
The COVID-19 has negatively impacted many of us socially, economically, mentally, and physically – perhaps even more so for those affected by Breast Cancer. On Friday, May 26th, the Ottawa Titans Baseball Club will be hosting a “Breast Cancer Awareness Night” to support Breast Cancer Action Ottawa and those in our community affected by Breast Cancer. The team’s pink jerseys that they will be wearing will be auctioned off post-game with proceeds going towards BCA Ottawa. Come join BCA Ottawa and the Ottawa Titans for a fun night of family-friendly entertainment!
Listen to the radio spot for Breast Cancer Awareness Night:
Looking for a way to support Breast Cancer Action Ottawa this summer while enjoying the warm weather? The Ottawa Titans, Ottawa’s new professional baseball team, are hosting a “Breast Cancer Awareness Night” on Friday, May 27th @ 6:30pm. As part of this special, family-friendly evening of baseball, the team will be donning pink jerseys in support of those affected by Breast Cancer. Following the game, they will be made available for bidding in an online auction – with proceeds benefitting BCA Ottawa. Furthermore, attendees will surely be entertained by hilarious in-game promotions and the antics of the Titans’ friendly mascot, Cappy,
DID YOU KNOW: For every ticket purchased to the game using the promo code “BCAOTT” will result in a $4 donation being made towards Breast Cancer Action Ottawa. Tickets for “Breast Cancer Awareness Night”, starting as low as $13, can be purchased online at tickets.ottawatitans.com starting in late April. Prior to then, you can secure your tickets by emailing email@example.com or calling 343-633-2273 (Ext. 1). Hope to see you all there!
Help support the Ottawa Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Join us for our first 9 and Dine golf tournament which will be held on August 19th at 02:00 pm at the Hammond Golf Course and Country Club.
During the pandemic, we all suffered mentally, physically, and economically. We missed our everyday normal life, and interaction with family and friends.
It’s been 2 years now and we all are trying to recover from the circumstances. However, everything seems to getting better and our approach is to have fun with family and friends and raise funds for Ottawa Breast Cancer Foundation and take part in fight against Breast Cancer