Grow On Windsor - Windsor Cancer Centre Foundation
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Grow On Windsor

Meet Grow On Windsor’s 2020 Ambassadors.

They have been impacted by cancer and are advocating for men living with cancer in our community. 

Photo: Davide Savio, Stephen Savage, Bill Ladouceur and Darcy Haggith.



Grow On Windsor is a local fundraising campaign created by the Windsor Cancer Centre Foundation in 2015. The campaign takes place every November in support of cancer awareness, research and treatment for men living in Windsor-Essex. To date, Grow On Windsor has raised more than $1 million and, most importantly, every dollar raised in this region stays in this region.

Here are some items funded by the Windsor Cancer Centre Foundation:
  • IV Poles – deliver chemotherapy to patients ($250 each)
  • Brachytherapy Equipment – used for internal radiation therapy for prostate cancer patients ($171,295)
  • Radiation Treatment Immobilization System – delivers a high dose of radiation in a small number of treatments ($80,000)
  • Tissue Processor – enables sectioning of tissue without damage or distortion ($63, 900)
  • Auto Microtome – helps to preserve tissue during prostate biopsies ($38,500)
  • Endobronchial Ultrasound (EBUS) Machine – helps diagnose lung cancer ($350,000)


It’s not just about growing a beard to show your support (although we love that part), you can get involved a number of ways:

 Register on-line and begin collecting pledges today
• Register as a team with your family, friends or co-workers
• Pledge in support of an individual or team
Create or attend an event in support of Grow On Windsor

Please note: All donations must be submitted by November 30th in order to be eligible for prizing.

Photo credit: Mychailo Photography