Ace Cancer 2

Ace Cancer 2


Raising funds and awareness through various initiatives to benefit St. Mary's Community Cancer Care Program.


2nd Annual ACE CANCER  

Tennis Event to Combat Cancer

Sunday, August 27, 2017

Join us for an hour or for the entire fun-filled day of tennis in support of St. Mary's Community Cancer Care Program!


Location:          Club Sportif Côte de Liesse
                           8305 Chemind e la Côte de Liesse
                           Saint-Laurent,  H4T 1G5

Adults:              $70
Students:          $50
Kids under 12:  Free

Includes food, snacks, door prizes, players package and more!

Registration:     9:30 am
Tennis begins:     10:00 am 

Lunch followed by Closing Ceremony

Dress:                Athletic attire, indoor shoes, demo raquets available 

Tennis skills of all levels welcome!

  • Round Robin matches followed by playoffs
  • Doubles and Singles tournaments
  • Coaches giving lessons
  • Compete in various tennis drills
  • Kids games & activities
  • Live raffle with awesome prizes!


Having witnessed his good friend lose his mother to lung cancer at the age of 15, coupled with his own struggles with health, have propelled Jeremy to direct his efforts to benefit Cancer Care at St. Mary’s.        

Following the success of the Innaugural Ace Cancer Tennis Fundraiser in June, 2016, and the Ace Cancer Gala in January 2017, event organiser Jeremy Serfaty is inviting you to join us for the 2nd Annual  Ace Cancer Tennis Event on Sunday, August 27, 2017. As an accomplished tennis athlete now studying at Concordia’s John Molson School of Business, Jeremy is the driving force behind “Ace Cancer” - a fund he opened at St. Mary's Hospital Foundation to benefit people living with cancer. 

A big THANK YOU to everyone for supporting  Ace Cancer which has raised more than $11,500 to support Community Cancer Care at St. Mary's Hospital Center. 

"I've always believed in being thankful and giving back to the less fortunate.  My goal is to raise as much money as possible to fight cancer and really make a difference in our society."
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                - Jeremy Serfaty