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Our corporate partners allow us the ability to use 100% of publicly donated funds for services and it provides an opportunity for the corporate organization to truly make an impact with their community investment dollars.


A Corporate Sponsorship means that your company is reaching out and impacting the lives of thousands, while enhancing your brand reputation and integrity. You are demonstrating to your customers your loyalty to the community and your initiative in making a difference in the lives of many.

Contact Us Today to become a corporate sponsor! Info@craigscause.ca

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*depending on Financial Commitment Level

As we continue to grow our events these opportunities will be offered across the country.

Craig`s Cause Pancreatic Cancer Society is truly grateful for all the past Corporate Sponsor Support that we have received. It has made a significant difference in our operations and our ability to reach out to thousands of Canadians impacted by pancreatic cancer.



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Craig's Cause Pancreatic Cancer Society Address:
P.O. Box 8561
Halifax, N.S. B3K 5M3
Toll Free: 1.877.212.9582
Charitable Business No: 84235 2759 RR0001

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