Only 10 days til Tour for Kids
With less than 2 weeks til Tour for Kids and 75% of our fundraising goal, we want to ensure you have one last chance to spread the word. Read more about booking a room, purchasing complimentary Experience tours and meet a Camp Trillium family who share the impact camp has made on their family.
Limited rooms available!
We all know a procrastinator we call friend. If you know someone who wants to ride all 3 days at Tour for Kids – get them to register asap. There’s only 10 rooms left! Register now Speaking of rooms, need a bed for one night? Contact Jessica Petrella at Brock directly at 905.688.5550 x4491 OR firstname.lastname@example.org to book your room.
Thursday – $65 (includes Friday morning breakfast, Thurs dinner is complimentary)
Friday – $95 (includes Friday dinner and Saturday breakfast)
Saturday – $95 (includes Saturday dinner and Sunday breakfast)
*Friday and Saturday night rooms and meals included in your 3 day reg fee
Book your complimentary Tour for Kids Experience now
Don’t miss these great offers available on our online store for a limited time!
Friday, Aug 16th Only
- Tour for the brewery (45 mins) PLUS enjoy a flight of four beers
- Only 25 spots remain
- Tour the vineyards, sample a selection of wines among the 800 wine barrels, surrounded by massive 2-storey wine tanks
- Only 20 spots remain
*Departs Brock at 7:30pm sharp, returning 9:30/10:00pm
Other items to purchase on the store include bibs, shorts, jackets and massage tokens. The online store closes Friday 6pm but you can shop in person Friday afternoon at Brock.
Why We Ride
Tour for Kids is an important, sustainable source of funding for the incredible childhood cancer camp organizations in Ontario. Since 2004 Tour for Kids has raised and distributed more than $12 million to Camp Trillium, Camp Ooch and Camp Quality. Since camp is free to those in need, Tour for Kids funding means children with cancer and their families can take a break from their stresses, while enjoying a camp experience just like other kids. Please ask your friends, families, colleagues and clients to donate generously.
Meet the Macnamara Family. Our daughter Olivia was diagnosed with Stage 4 High Risk Neuroblastoma when she was 3 1/2 years old. She is now an active and healthy 11 year old.
How has camp affected our life?
The most special thing about camp for us as parents is how it embraces the family. Olivia suffered physically during her treatment, but her siblings suffered as well. At diagnosis Olivia was 3 1/2, her siblings were 4 1/2 and 8 and their lives were turned upside down in an instant. During treatment we tried to keep things as normal as possible for them but Camp Trillium was one of the first places where they felt just as special as Olivia. There are no words to express my thanks for how much my children feel loved at camp. As parents it is also so important to have a safe place to bond with other families at all stages of treatment. As we are now on the other side it’s nice to feel like we can offer hope to families new to treatment. Camp Trillium is a second home to us. We just love it and all the staff and volunteers.
What aspects of Camp do you wish more people know about?
It’s hard to express how awesome Camp Trillium is without experiencing it. There is something for everyone. You can be active or crafty, get involved in group activities or just enjoy the peace and quiet. So special for the kids with cancer, but healing for the entire family.
Looking forward to see y’all next weekend!