Paint the Town Pink in October

This October, we want you to help us Paint the Town Pink! shop local and support the only local cancer support centre for people living in North Simcoe County who are affected by cancer. Purchase one of our painted pumpkins to benefit the GBCSC, or attend an event benefiting local cancer support. Three great ways to paint the town pink and show your support for those in our community afected by cancer!

1. Shop Local

2. Painted Pumpkins of Hope

3. Attend an Event

This October, when you shop at participating businesses in Midland, Penetanguishene, and the surrounding area, you can support the GBCSC through your purchase. Look for storefronts proudly displaying their Paint the Town Pink window decals, and pay them a visit support their business and say thanks for the help they are giving to cancer support in our community!

Our annual painted pumpkin sale is back. Thanks to the generosity of R&P Desroches Farms, and the dozens of volunteers who joined us to paint 300 pumpkins, we have a truckload of beautifully decorated pumpkins for sale. This fall, display your pumpkin along with your other seasonal décor to help spread awareness about the importance of local cancer support. 


Thanks to some very generous local business owners, this year’s campaign also features some events that will be benefitting the GBCSC. It has been a tough year for local businesses, and we are thrilled to have some in our community still willing to take time and resources to put into events that support our centre. Take part to support local cancer support! 


The Mission of the Georgian Bay Cancer Support Centre is to provide emotional, physical, social, spiritual support, education and information as  complement to the medical system for people affected by cancer.


 The Georgian Bay Cancer Support Centre strives to be recognized as a source of support, education and motivation for people living with cancer. their families and caregivers. Our vision is to be recognized throughout North Simcoe and the surrounding communities as a place of hope, comfort, strength and courage