VIDEO: Peel Police and local students tackle cancer

 

RECENTLY, officers from Peel Regional Police and the two-time provincial champion senior football team from Lorne Park Secondary School got together to play a friendly match of flag football for a great cause. The school raised $670 for the Cops for Cancer campaign, a charitable initiative of Peel Regional Police.

Peel Regional Police has participated in the Cops for Cancer campaign since 2005, raising over a million dollars to date for the Canadian Cancer Society to help support cancer research, treatment, and awareness.

Peel Regional Police often participates in students vs. officers events like this as well as the annual head-shave event that involves officers and civilians collecting pledges and shaving their heads for the cause.

After a tight game Peel Regional Police…well, you’re going to have to watch the video to find out who won!

To learn more about the charities and initiatives we support, visit the website at Peelpolice.ca/charities

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