Sears National Kids Cancer Ride
One of the things I love about working for Microsoft (and I think I have mentioned before) is the fact that I get to take days off to volunteer my time in the community. Today was one of those days.
Today I spent the day volunteering with the Sears National Kids Cancer Ride (SNKCR) during their stop in Toronto. It’s a ride from coast to coast to raise money to help children live with and beyond cancer. My portion of the day was spent at Trinity Square as well as Sick Kids Hospital for various parts of the event.
Not only did I have the chance to photograph all the cyclists that have been riding from Vancouver, but also the local riders who are riding on this stage of the route.
At Sick Kids there were speeches from Dr. Blanchette from Sick Kids as well as the President of Sears Canada. While down at Trinity Square there were speeches from Toronto Mayor David Miller as well as the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, David Onley. I have met David Onley a couple of times in the past during his time at CP24, so it was a pleasure to say hello to him again today.
I’ll be posting all my photos to flickr over the next few days, so keep checking the following address: http://flickr.com/photos/barnaby_jeans/sets/72157605602589479/