After 12 hours, Rock 102’s Shack, Watson and Whitney wrapped up the sixth annual Caged for the Cure radio marathon at The Centre Mall on May 27, raising a total of $183,197 in support of the Leslie & Irene Dubé Urology Centre of Health at St. Paul’s Hospital.

“We are so very grateful to all the donors for their tremendous support of Caged for the Cure,” said Bruce Acton, St. Paul’s Hospital Foundation CEO. “By giving generously, they are making a significant and positive difference in the lives of patients and their families. We are especially grateful to Rawlco Radio for their continued dedication in raising awareness and generating community support of the Leslie & Irene Dubé Urology Centre of Health.”

“Huge thanks to everyone in Saskatoon who pledged money,” said Rock 102’s morning host Mark Loshack. “It’s because of your generosity that men have a place in our community to go with access to leading edge equipment and an in-house patient advocate for guidance, education and support when it comes to prostate health!”

Photo by Rawlco Radio Front row (from left): SPH Foundation Manager of Operations Michelle Baumann; SPH Foundation Manager of Annual Giving Kari Sinkewicz;  Rawlco Radio Rockettes Allie and Courtney Ramsay; Rawlco Radio Promotions Director Nicole Kelly; Rawlco Radio Program Director Ryan Zimmerman. Back row: Rock 102 radio hosts Whitney, Shack and Watson; SPH Foundation CEO Bruce Acton  

Photo by Rawlco Radio
Front row (from left): St. Paul’s Hospital (SPH) Foundation Manager of Operations Michelle Baumann; SPH Foundation Manager of Annual Giving Kari Sinkewicz;  Rawlco Radio Rockettes Allie and Courtney Ramsay; Rawlco Radio Promotions Director Nicole Kelly; Rawlco Radio Program Director Ryan Zimmerman. Back row: Rock 102 radio hosts Whitney, Shack and Watson; SPH Foundation CEO Bruce Acton

Did you know that one in six Canadian men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer and one in 27 Canadian men will be diagnosed with bladder cancer in their lifetime?

The Leslie & Irene Dubé Urology Centre of Health at St. Paul’s Hospital provides patient-focused resources and state-of-the-art equipment to enable advanced detection and less invasive treatment options for those suffering from prostate cancer, bladder cancer and other urological diseases. By putting the patient first, the Centre offers inclusive and integrated care.

Proceeds from Caged for the Cure will support the Leslie and Irene Dubé Urology Centre of Health’s cystoscopy equipment, post-prostatectomy planning, and education through the annual Urology Symposium.