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April 17, 2018

Cadillac Fairview celebrates $1 million milestone in donations to the Hospital for Sick Children and the Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario

TORONTOApril 17, 2018 /CNW/ – On Sunday April 29, Cadillac Fairview (CF) will host its 14th annual charity CF Run/Walk in support of The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) and the Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario (POGO), with 100 per cent of funds raised going to further advance cancer care and research for children.  Since 2014, Cadillac Fairview has raised $1 million in funds for SickKids and POGO through this long-standing signature fundraising event, with last year’s 650 participants contributing $250,000 to the causes.

“Finding meaningful ways to support our community is fundamental to us as a business and as active members in the communities we serve,” said Sal Iacono, Executive Vice President, Operations, Cadillac Fairview. “We are humbled by the support of our partners, clients, employees and consumers for their contributions, as we could not have accomplished our fundraising goals without all of these teams coming together.”

“We are extremely grateful for the generous support that Cadillac Fairview staff and supporters have shown over the last 14 years,” says Seanna Millar, Senior Vice President, Community & Corporate Partnerships, SickKids Foundation. “SickKids recently launched the largest fundraising campaign in Canadian health care history to build a new SickKids. We rely on community support such as this to help us achieve our goal and allow us to continue to provide world-class clinical care, education and research.”

“We value our longstanding partnership with Cadillac Fairview and appreciate their commitment to championing childhood cancer care in Ontario,” says Lynn Wilson, Chief Development Officer, POGO.

The CF 1K Kids Run/Walk and the CF 5K Run/Walk will start and finish at CF Shops at Don Mills’ Town Square. Following the run, participants are invited to enjoy the CF Flower Market, a specialty pop-up shop available at the centre until May 13.  

The CF 1K Kids Run/Walk takes place on a traffic-free course and is open to youth 13 years and younger. The CF Adult 5KRun/Walk is open to those 14 years and over. For more information on the CF Run/Walk, visit or CF Shops at Don Mills’ Facebook page.


Cadillac Fairview, one of North America’s largest investors, owners and managers of commercial real estate


Cadillac Fairview proudly hosts the 14th Annual Charity CF Run/Walk in support of SickKids and POGO


CF Shops at Don Mills, Town Square

1090 Don Mills Road

Toronto, ON M3C 3R6


Sunday, April 29, 2018

9:30 a.m. – CF 1K Kids Run/Walk

10:00 a.m. – CF 5K Adult Run/Walk

11:15 a.m. – Closing Ceremony 

Sal Iacono, Executive Vice President, Operations, Cadillac Fairview

Adam Starkman, Vice President, Corporate Partnerships, SickKids Foundation

Jillian Ross, CEO, POGO

Lilah Petersiel, SickKids/POGO child ambassador

Cheque presentation


  • B-roll and photo opportunities of the CF Run/Walk participants, spectators and start/finish lines
  • Cheque presentation and interviews with CF executive, SickKids and POGO representatives
  • Interview opportunity with Petersiel/Moscoe family, SickKids/POGO child ambassador

About Cadillac Fairview
Cadillac Fairview is one of the largest owners, operators and developers of best-in-class office, retail and mixed-use properties in North America. The Cadillac Fairview portfolio is owned by the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, a diversified global investor which administers the pensions of more than 300,000 active and retired school teachers. The real estate portfolio also includes investments in retail, mixed-use and industrial real estate in BrazilColombia and Mexico.

Valued at more than $28 billion, the Canadian portfolio includes over 38 million square feet of leasable space at 67 properties in Canada, including landmark developments, such as Toronto-Dominion Centre, CF Toronto Eaton Centre, CF Pacific Centre, CF Chinook Centre, Tour Deloitte and CF Carrefour Laval.

About The Hospital for Sick Children
The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) is recognized as one of the world’s foremost paediatric health-care institutions and is Canada’s leading centre dedicated to advancing children’s health through the integration of patient care, research and education. Founded in 1875 and affiliated with the University of Toronto, SickKids is one of Canada’s most research-intensive hospitals and has generated discoveries that have helped children globally.  Its mission is to provide the best in complex and specialized child and family-centred care; pioneer scientific and clinical advancements; share expertise; foster an academic environment that nurtures health-care professionals; and champion an accessible, comprehensive and sustainable child health system. SickKids is proud of its vision for Healthier Children. A Better World. For more information, please visit Follow us on Twitter (@SickKidsNews) and Instagram (@SickKidsToronto).

About POGO
Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario (POGO) champions childhood cancer care. We provide families with a child in active treatment financial support to help ease the burden. We commit to each patient’s ongoing care, knowing that childhood cancer survivors endure medical challenges into adulthood. We advance care for all children with cancer through our pioneering database that holds the health records of every child diagnosed in Ontario since 1985, allowing our research team to make decisions based on quantitative and qualitative proof. POGO leads a unique and impactful pediatric cancer network that is a model for Canada, and worldwide. As the subject matter expert in childhood cancer care, POGO became the official source of advice to the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care in 1995.



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