|Toronto Police Service|
Media Advisory, Wednesday, October 29, at 12 p.m., ManiCURES benefiting Canadian Cancer Society, THE TEN SPOT, 2358 Bloor Street West
Wednesday, October 29, 2014 - 5:00 AM
Customer Service Excellence: 416-808-7100
On Wednesday, October 29, 2014, seven men from the Toronto Police Service will be having their fingernails painted pink in support of breast cancer research and services for those undergoing care as part of the Canadian Cancer Society ManiCURES event.
"We are thrilled that members of the Toronto Police Service are lending their hands to the fight against breast cancer by painting their nails pink in support of our ManiCURES campaign," says Susan Drodge, Director of Corporate and Community Partnerships for the Canadian Cancer Society in Ontario. "AÂOur ability to help women is made possible only through generous donations and fundraising efforts such as ManiCURES."
The ManiCURES will be done at THE TEN SPOT at 2358 Bloor Street West, in Toronto, at noon.
"THE TEN SPOT is proud to support the Canadian Cancer Society's ManiCURES fundraising campaign and we're thrilled to be a part of the work that they're doing in not only finding a cure but providing support services for women currently living with breast cancer," says Kristen Wood, CEO and Creator, THE TEN SPOT. "Our participation is a way to show our support and help raise awareness for this very important cause."
More information can be found on the Canadian Cancer Society ManiCUREs page, click here
Donations can be made to TPS fundraisers:
Jazen Brautigam, Click here
Gary Long, Click here
Ryan Wilmer, Click here
For more news, visit TPSnews.ca.
Kevin Masterman, Corporate Communications, for Acting Inspector Chris Boddy, Customer Service Excellence