The 2021 Tour de Rock has raised $505,000 for children and families dealing with cancer.
Music, alumni and residents greeted the 24th annual Tour de Rock as a team rolled into Sidney for Friday night’s finale.
Master of Ceremony Mena Westhaver thanked all sponsors and distributed double plaques, for 2020 and 2021, to all longtime donors such as Peninsula Co-op who arrived with a $15,000 check in hand.
High school’s Maya Evancio Barker, who cut 12 inches of hair for charity earlier in the day, donated $40,388 on behalf of her school.
The annual Cops for Cancer bike ride raises money to support life-saving childhood cancer research and support programs for children and their families with a history of cancer. The final of the Canadian Cancer Fundraiser on October 1 comes after 12 days of community teams touring island cities.
Donate online at tourderock.ca.
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Saanich Peninsula Tour de Rock
Music, alumni and residents greeted the 23rd annual Tour de Rock as a team rolled into Sidney for Friday night’s finale. (Christine van Reeeuwyk/News employee)