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C95 Radio Marathon


The 2018 C95 Radio Marathon for Breast Cancer Research raised $358,310 with over $4.6 million dollars raised since the C95 Radio Marathon began 19 years ago.  This year’s Marathon showcased stories from breast cancer survivors who turned heartbreak into inspiration.

Patti Morrison shared her story of being diagnosed with stage four metastatic breast cancer in August 2017.

“My prognosis with no treatment was six to nine months. With chemotherapy and hormone therapy, three to five years.  I am on the three to five year plan with gratitude, knowing that I have had one year thanks to the breast cancer research and donations from wonderful people.  It’s the research that’s keeping me alive. “

Through the support of our listeners, the survivors, community fundraisers, and corporate partners, the C95 Radio Marathon has become the largest and most successful fundraiser in support of the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency. Donations come from all walks of life and no amount is too small!

All partners involved with the Marathon share the same goal – to find a cure for a merciless disease that knows no boundaries.  Proceeds from today’s event will be used by the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency to provide resources that help Saskatchewan researchers work toward finding new treatments for those affected by breast cancer in Saskatchewan each year.

Here are just a few of the outstanding donations made today:

  • Gordon & Jill Rawlinson
  • Kindersley Composite High school
  • Orano Canada
  • Saskatoon Firefighters Local 80 IAFF
  • Saskatoon Medical Imaging
  • Wild Pink Yonder Charitable Society

We also received an incredible $100,000 donation from an anonymous donor! Thank you to everyone in Saskatchewan who got involved and donated generously.

What is the C95 Radio Marathon?

The C95 Radio Marathon for Breast Cancer Research began in October of 2000 when C95’s Morning Show host, Lisa Rendall, was diagnosed with breast cancer. For eighteen years, the C95 team has worked tirelessly to raise awareness within our community and funds for the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency Research Department. We have surpassed 4.3 million dollars since the since the Radio Marathon began, making it the largest and most successful fundraising event supporting the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency!

Every year, over 700 Saskatchewan women are diagnosed with breast cancer. It’s one of the most common forms of cancer, and very treatable if detected early. Understanding how breast cancer develops and why it spreads is a key focus of the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency’s research team at the Saskatoon Cancer Centre.

This year’s C95 Radio Marathon for Breast Cancer Research is Friday, October 26th at The Centre Mall.  We hope you can join us!  Keep reading to see how you can get involved!

Breast Cancer Statistics

  • In 2018, there will be an estimated 750 new cases of breast cancer in Saskatchewan.
  • In 2018, Saskatchewan will lose approximately one hundred and sixty mothers… sisters… aunts… friends… coworkers to breast cancer.
  • One in eight Canadian women is expected to develop breast cancer during her lifetime.
  • Approximately 3 Canadian women are diagnosed with breast cancer every hour.

Together, we can change the future of breast cancer in our province.

Radio Marathon Ambassadors

Survivor Stories

It is the stories shared by the individuals affected by breast cancer that drives C95 Radio Marathon every year.  These courageous people make us want to continue to provide resources to Saskatchewan researchers to find new treatments that could help save lives.

Are you a person who has fought/fighting breast cancer? SHARE YOUR STORY at the 2018 C95 Radio Marathon for Breast Cancer Research on Friday, October 26th at The Centre. Your story helps us raise awareness and connects you to a network of other survivors, friends, and support.

Read on to apply!


As a special guest speaker at the C95 Radio Marathon for Breast Cancer Research, you will be asked to commit to the following:

  • Share your story on-air with Rob & Shauna on Friday, October 26th or with our production team as a recorded vignette prior to Radio Marathon Day. We understand this can be an emotional experience. We will have other survivors available to provide support and access to qualified experts, if required.
  • We appreciate and are grateful to all who submit an application. Please understand due to limited on-air time, we may not be able to accommodate interviews for all who apply.
  • As funds for the C95 Radio Marathon support the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency, we kindly request that only individuals who have received care and treatment at a Saskatchewan Cancer Centre apply.
  • Survivor stories accepted for the 2018 C95 Radio Marathon for Breast Cancer Research will be contacted by the C95 Promotions Department no later than Friday, October 12th.
  • Deadline to apply Friday, October 5th

Thank you to all who apply!

First & Last Name:
Email Address:
Daytime Phone Number:
Year of breast cancer diagnosis:
Type/stage of breast cancer diagnosis:
Are you currently undergoing treatment?:
Did you receive treatment at a Saskatchewan Cancer Centre?:
Please provide additional details of your diagnosis and treatment:
Would you be interested in volunteering at Radio Marathon Day?:
* = Required Field

How YOU Can Get Involved

This is an opportunity for you to make a difference in the lives of individuals diagnosed breast cancer in Saskatchewan.

With your workplace:

Fundraising doesn’t have to be a lot of work; use the resources you already have!  C95 is pleased to promote your business’ fundraising initiative and provide the support and guidance you need to make it a success!

  • Corporate sponsorship opportunities
  • Sell a product from your business with a portion of the proceeds supporting the C95 Radio Marathon for Breast Cancer Research
  • C95 Head Shaves

With Your School:

Teachers and students make great fundraisers.  We have a lot of ways we can work with your school to help them get started!  Schools that raise $1,000 or more will be entered to win a School DJ Package courtesy of Armed With Harmony Music Services!

  • Host a fundraising event
  • Coin collection tins
  • Pledge forms
  • Sell C95 Radio Marathon merchandise
  • C95 Head Shaves

On your own:

The success of the C95 Radio Marathon for Breast Cancer Research is largely attributed to the outstanding people of Saskatchewan who give their own heart to the cause, get involved with our fundraising efforts, and really help us make the difference… people just like YOU!

  • Make a donation
  • Host a fundraising event
  • Pledge forms
  • Sell C95 Radio Marathon merchandise
  • C95 Head Shaves
  • Volunteer

All support, no matter how big or small, helps us to change lives and gives you that feel-good feeling!

C95 Head Shaves:

C95 is excited to team up with Hairstyle Inn for C95 Head Shaves! Do it yourself, or challenge your boss, a co-worker, a classmate, a teacher… ANYONE to raise money by shaving their head or cutting ten inches of hair for wigs.

How to get started:

  • Fill out the form below to register
  • Start raising funds!
  • Tax Receipts are issued for donations of $20 or more
Once you’ve signed up, you’ll be contacted by the C95 Promotions Department to talk about your individual or company’s fundraising plans and goals.  We are here to help you along the way!

Your First & Last Name:
Your Daytime Phone Number:
Your Email Address:
Are you fundraising as an individual, school, on behalf of a business or as part of C95 Head Shaves?:
Name of School or Business (if applicable):
What is your relationship with the school or business (if applicable)?:
How do you plan to fundraise?:
What is your fundraising goal?:
Would you be interested in learning about C95 Radio Marathon swag products to assist with your fundraising efforts?:
* = Required Field


Thank-you to our Generous Sponsors


Pink Ribbon Alerts

C95 is happy to partner with local businesses and individuals for fundraisers in support of the C95 Radio Marathon for Breast Cancer Research!

C95 is pleased to partner with Moksha Yoga’s Karma Classes in support of the C95 Radio Marathon for Breast Cancer Research in the Month of October, 2017. Karma classes are held on Friday evenings at 8:45 with a $7.00 minimum donation! For more details visit

C95 is pleased to partner with Ashley Anne Photography in support of the C95 Radio Marathon for Breast Cancer Research!  Join our friends at Ashley Anne Photography and they will donate a portion of their sales made from any type of photo session booked during the month of October! Visit for details and how to book!

C95 is excited to partner with Loveable Lips By Nichole for a fundraiser in support of the C95 Radio Marathon for Breast Cancer Research! For the month of October, 15% of each Kiss for the Cause lipstick sold will be donated to the C95 Radio Marathon for Breast Cancer Research! Plus, Loveable Lips will match every $2 indivdual donation made by her clients for the cause! For more information, check out Loveable Lips By Nichole’s Facebook page!

C95 is pleased to partner with Saskatoon Firefighters IAFF for a fundraiser in support of the C95 Radio Marathon for Breast Cancer Research! Watch for the Pink Fire Truck around Saskatoon and at community events! Make a donation and add your signature to the Pink Fire Truck for $10! Pink Fire Trucks upcoming STOPS:

  • Oct 19th – Canadian Cancer Society Bra Day @ LB Distillers
  • Oct 20th – 4th Annual Breast Health Comedy Night @ Parktown Hotel
  • Oct 21st & 22nd – PBR at SaskTel Center



Donations can be made online, by calling 1-844-735-5590, or mailed to:

Saskatchewan Cancer Agency
c/o C95 Radio Marathon
#200 – 4545 Parliament Ave
Regina, SK S4W 0G3

All donations over twenty dollars receive a tax deductible receipt.


Heather Bonynge
Director of Promotions
306-934-2222 ext 362

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