Colour to Conquer 2019

May 2019 is Colour to Conquer Month! 

We wanted to take a minute to let you know about the exciting initiative that 102.9 K-Lite is supporting this month!

Colour To Conquer is a brand new, bold and engaging way to generate support of Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, one of the TOP 5 cancer research centres in the world.

It's is a fun way to support a serious cause. EVERYONE can participate – During the month of May, all you need is to:

          1) Choose a bold hair colour 
          2) Raise funds for cancer research
          3) Challenge your friends to do the same!

Cancer is the leading cause of death in Canada and nearly 1 in 2 Canadians will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime - an incredibly staggering statistic.  

REGISTER TODAY individually or with a team and raise funds in support of The Princess Margaret. There are no fees or fundraising minimums.


The Colour Club

The Colour Club is Toronto’s latest immersive pop up, for a cause! Make your way to the Colour Club at 128 Peter Street, Toronto and see for yourself what all the buzz is about! An ode’ to a vintage beauty parlour, the space is designed to inspire and raise awareness of the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation’s upcoming program: Colour To Conquer, which launches in May. 



Designed by celebrity designer Tiffany Pratt, this technicolour pop-up-for-a-cause is filled with whimsical vignettes that offer a photo-ready backdrop to capture the perfect colourful moment! Pratt, whose work can be seen in restaurants and spaces around the city, is known for her bold use of colour. Given her own affinity to the cause, she has brought her artistic vision to this space, which will motivate Canadians to raise funds for world-leading cancer research at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre.

The Colour Club will open to the public from Wednesday April 17 to Saturday April 27, 2019, 12pm. to 7pm.  CLICK HERE to pre-register your attendance and skip the line.  Access to the Colour Club is on a first-come, first-served basis, and a suggested donation will be collected at the door.