Pants Off 6:

Don't Go Commando!

The event

We've got your 6!

On September 23, 2015 500 pantsless partiers joined forces for Pants Off 6: Don’t Go Commando! – the best and biggest Pants Off for Prostate Cancer fundraiser yet. Held at downtown Toronto’s Moss Park Armoury, home of the esteemed Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada, Pants Off 6: Don’t Go Commando! is a cocktail and dance party that was the highlight of the city’s social scene this fall. With more camo than your favourite army surplus, this was a party you didn’t want to miss.

The Moss Park Armoury was transformed into a cocktail reception and dance party—totally pants off! Guests enjoyed complimentary delectable hors d’oeuvres and prime networking and socializing among a crowd of Toronto notables.


The cause

All Proceeds from Pants Off for Prostate Cancer benefitted Prostate Cancer Canada — the only national foundation dedicated to the elimination of the disease through research, education support and awareness.

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer to afflict Canadian men. One in every eight men will be diagnosed with the disease during his lifetime. This year alone, nearly 25,000 Canadian men and their families will face a prostate cancer diagnosis. But, there’s hope. When detected early, the survival rate for prostate cancer can be over 90%. Prostate Cancer Canada recommends that men in their 40s get a PSA test in order to establish their baseline.

Learn more at prostatecancer.ca

Join us in the Fight

Want to join us in the fight against prostate cancer? Get in touch with us for more information on sponsorship opportunities or to arrange a workplace social outing. Just email: william.craddock@pantsoff.ca

Pants Off Committee 2015

  • Co-Chairs:
  • Boris Novansky
  • Peter Shippen
  • Committee Members:
  • Andy Geddes
  • Astrid-Maria Ciarallo
  • Bill Vlaad
  • Bob Wilson
  • Chelsea Thompson-O'Brien
  • Imogen Fannon
  • Joanna Nicholson
  • Joe Quinn
  • Lisa Byers
  • Matt Lee
  • Matt Reimer
  • Nicole McLachlan
  • Owen Garscadden
  • Simon Rodgers
  • William Craddock