Team Save Your Skin is a sports fundraising team – members are Save Your Skin Foundation Champions!

Throughout the year, Team Save Your Skin – who are active runners, marathoners and cyclists– compete in various races to support the Save Your Skin Foundation through fundraising and awareness. All money raised through the Team’s fundraising efforts, goes directly to the Save Your Skin Foundation and in turn, directly helps those touched by melanoma through financial support (click here to read a story about why, who and how we help)!

We ask members of Team Save Your Skin to raise an annual minimum of $250 in donations. But, the sky is the limit! If you are interested in joining Team Save Your Skin and helping to support our fundraising goals – please email today!

We continue to feature some of our fundraising All-Stars on the Save Your Skin blog and social media platforms so stay tuned! To follow along on social media – use our official hashtag #Run2Win @saveyourskinfdn

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To register for Team Save Your Skin – please contact

Registration Fees are $75.00CAD and include:

o Lululemon Technical Team Shirt (product details below)
o Informational Package that includes an Infographic and ‘Getting Started’ Fundraising Guide
o Fundraising Support
o Becoming a part of an amazing community of dedicated SYS Champions!


Want to get the jersey but aren’t interesting in running a fundraising campaign? Contact us here.

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