Team Save Your Skin is a sports fundraising team

members are Save Your Skin Foundation Champions!

Throughout the year, Team Save Your Skin – who are active runners, marathoners and cyclists– compete in various races and sporting events across Canada to support Save Your Skin Foundation through fundraising and awareness. All money raised through the Team’s fundraising efforts, goes directly to Save Your Skin Foundation and in turn, directly helps those touched by melanoma through financial support (click here to read a story about why, who and how we help)!


Is there a race or physical challenge you want to take on, while raising funds to support Canadian melanoma, non-melanoma skin cancer, and ocular melanoma patients?  Get in touch with us and we will create a unique fundraising platform to support your event, provide you with SYSF branded swag, and help you raise funds for Save Your Skin Foundation. Email us to join Team Save Your Skin!


We will help share your event too – check back often to see campaigns that are underway:


Move for Melanoma – in communities across Canada! Any activity, on any day over the weekend of September 13-16, 2019 – please click HERE to read more and get your team registered!


March 2020: A Viking’s Challenge – 30km Run Across Frozen Lake Winnipeg – Click HERE to read all about it!


On June 6, 2019 Rosemary Westie of Team Save Your Skin ran the ‘D-Day 44 Challenge’ on the beaches of Normandy on the 75th anniversary of D-Day –Click HERE to read all about it!

Want to get the jersey but aren’t interesting in running a fundraising campaign? Contact us here.

Team Save Your Skin

Making awareness and education available is crucial. Since 2006, the Foundation has worked to raise awareness of melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancers focusing on education, prevention and the need for improved patient care.

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