We are proud to support the Canadian Cancer Society of Guelph & Wellington County.


The 38th Annual Wheels of Hope Golf Classic will be held on Monday, August 26th at the beautiful Cutten Fields in Guelph! Registration is now open. Spaces are limited.

2024 Tournament Details

We are thrilled to announce the 38th Annual Wheels of Hope tournament will return to Cutten Fields! Registration is now. Spaces are limited.

Monday August 26 2024

Cutten Fields
190 College Ave E
Guelph, ON
(519) 824-2650


Registration Fee Includes:

Golf - $275 per player
Power cart
All on-course activities
Lunch / Dinner / Prizes
Tax Reciepts provided for net donation


Registration: 10:30a.m


Lunch: 11:00a.m

Golf - Shotgun Start: 12:30p.m

Cocktails & Cash Bar: 5:45p.m

Dinner: 6:30p.m

Lights Out: 9:00p.m


 4 golfers


Scramble-Best Ball

Canadian Cancer Society

Looking for Volunteer Drivers!

At the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) we are committed to improving the cancer experience by helping people with cancer live their lives more fully. CCS’s Wheels of Hope program helps people who can’t get to their cancer treatment appointments, providing trips when people need us most. Wheels of Hope drivers not only provide a means for clients to get to their critical cancer treatments, but offer a safe, supportive ride along the way. You’ll become an important part of each client’s support team, so your familiarity with Society programs and services and referring to them as appropriate will ensure everyone has access to the support they need.

CLICK HERE to learn more and apply.

When you sign in, take a look at our new Chevrolet Traverse purchased from Barry Cullen Chevrolet with funds raised through our corporate sponsors and donations from the generosity of individual supporters.

This vehicle is dedicated to the free transportation of cancer patients to and from their treatment centers.

Volunteer Driver Spotlight
Jean M. (Guelph Ontario)

Jean has been driving with Wheels of Hope for 13 years helping those in the community needing a ride to cancer treatment.

Why does Jean volunteer his time to be a drive?

“There are so many wonderful people with cancer that, due to financial reasons or because of the distance they have to travel, would not be able to access the treatments they require to fight this horrible disease. They are the reason I volunteer.”

Just recently one of Jean’s clients told him she needed several radiation treatments where each trip to the cancer center in a taxi would have cost $165.00 and public transit was not an option – a scenario that many of you have heard from clients in your own communities.

Jean drives in Guelph, Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge, and Hamilton and in addition to using his own vehicle at times, he can often be seen on the road driving the 2021 Chevy Traverse generously donated by the annual Wheel of Hope Golf Classic hosted in Guelph, Ontario. Jean says the Traverse is a wonderful vehicle and that clients really enjoy the comfort and safety it offers on every trip!

Wheels of Hope is currently recruiting drivers in the Guelph area to drive the Chevy Traverse. If you or someone you know has an interest please contact volunteer@cancer.ca or call us at 1 888-939-3333.