TORONTO, Nov. 23, 2016 /CNW/ - Hockey Hall of Fame Member Doug Gilmour is putting his efforts behind an important cause - one that resonates with many Canadians. He's asking fans across North America to help him raise funds for the Gord Downie Fund for Brain Cancer Research at Sunnybrook. And in return, he's offering up a chance to win a trip to Toronto to hang with him at a Maple Leafs game, as well as some other cool rewards. The campaign is called Courage: Let's Do It For Gordie. "If there's one thing Canadians love, it's hockey. And The Tragically Hip. We love The Hip. So, when I heard that my friend Gord Downie was facing the biggest challenge of his life, I felt the need to help in the best way I know how: bring together my friends in the hockey community and fans everywhere to support this important cause," said Doug Gilmour. Doug's online fundraising campaign is unique - for as little as $10 donation, participants will be entered for a chance to win a trip to Toronto for them and a friend to hang out with Doug in a private box at the Toronto Maple Leafs vs Chicago game on March 18, 2017. The winner and guest will receive roundtrip flights and two nights in a 4-star hotel. Via different tiers of donations, fans can access other limited edition campaign rewards, including some exclusive memorabilia from Doug's personal collection and his very own Harley- Davidson. Donations to Courage: Let's Do It For Gordie can be made on Boon-Town.com - an online fundraising platform that works with athletes and teams to support the causes that matter to them.