2022 IBCPC Participatory Dragon Boat Festival - New Zealand
The IBCPC Dragon Boat Festival is held every four years under the auspices of the International Breast Cancer Paddler’s Commission. The Festival is an international non-competitive participatory event targeting Breast Cancer Survivors teams who engage in Dragon Boat activities as post-operative rehabilitation.
Breast Cancer Action Manitoba BCAM
Breast Cancer Action Manitoba is committed to promoting awareness of the causes of cancer, including environmental causes, and educating people to make informed choices about the products they consume and use in their daily lives.
Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run For The Cure
As breast cancer continues to be the most commonly diagnosed cancer among Canadian women and touches the lives of so many families every day, the CIBC Run for the Cure gives families, friends, and supporters the opportunity to join together in honouring their loved ones, and making a real difference.
Canadian Breast Cancer Network
CBCN is Canada's leading patient-directed organization of individuals concerned about breast cancer.
Canadian Cancer Society Relay for Life
Relay For Life is a community fundraising event where Canadians across the country join together in the fight against cancer.
Canadians Abreast (no longer active)
Canadians Abreast – Messengers of Hope
Our members are breast cancer survivors who come together from coast to coast across Canada to enjoy the sport of dragon boat racing and share adventures locally, nationally and internationally. Since Canadians Abreast began in 2003 and in addition to participating in festivals across Canada, we have carried our message of hope to the U.S., Australia, China, Germany, Ireland, Israel, New Zealand, Singapore and South Africa. Join us and share our unique experiences.
Dragon Boat Canada
Dragon Boat Canada is the official governing body for the sport of dragon boat racing in Canada, and is recognized as such, internationally, by the International Dragon Boat Federation (IDBF).
Dragons Abreast Australia
Dragons Abreast Australia is a national organisation comprised of breast cancer survivors of various ages from a great variety of backgrounds, athletic abilities and interests.
Helping Hands for Manitobans with Breast Cancer Inc.
A group of dedicated and caring volunteers committed to providing financial assistance to those undergoing breast cancer treatment.
International Breast Cancer Paddlers Commission
The IBCPC is an international organisation whose mandate is to encourage the establishment of breast cancer dragon boat teams, within the framework of participation and inclusiveness.
International Pink Sisters
International Pink Sisters travels worldwide to raise breast cancer awareness. Their initial endeavour was at the 1st South Pacific World Breast Cancer Festival in Singapore in 2006. The women had several things in common. They are all breast cancer survivors and dragon boat paddlers. Their mission is to raise breast cancer awareness. International Pink Sisters has truly become an international team where women from different countries paddle together. The crew members have come from many countries including: Ireland, South Africa, New Zealand, USA, Canada, Germany and Austria.