Cops for Cancer

Allison, Tyler and six-year-old Samantha Donovan at Ronald McDonald House in Vancouver in 2016. (Submitted)

How Cops for Cancer helped one B.C. family’s childhood cancer journey

Samantha Donovan’s family was able to stay together during her treatment thanks to the charity


Cops for Cancer first started in Edmonton in 1994 and today hundreds of police forces across the country and other emergency personnel raise millions of dollars for childhood cancer research and support. (Canadian Cancer Society/Special to The News)

Cops for Cancer cyclists gearing up for local trek

Two Ridge Meadows Mounties participating in this year’s charity ride for kids living with cancer


Before the pandemic, the Cops for Cancer Tour de Valley team gathered in White Rock. Dozens of officers are fundraising now for the annual event. (White Rock RCMP Twitter photo)

Aldergrove fundraiser benefits Maple Ridge camp for kids with cancer

Rider Amy Kelly is working with a local gourmet perogie maker