The brothers join the annual CIBC's Run For The Cure 5K in Toronto, Canada to help raise money and awareness for breast cancer.
Undergoing hectic schedule these past few days, Joe Jonas and Nick Jonas managed to take a little break on Sunday, October 4 to participate in CIBC's Run For The Cure 5K in Toronto, Canada. Both of them joined an estimated 30,000 other people who participated in the annual event which was kicked off at Nathan Phillips Square.
Joe sported black top combined with black pants, while Nick wore a white top paired with blacks pants. Each of the brothers wore matching caps with the tagline "i Win" on the front part. It is reported that Joe and Nick participated in the cause in a bid to help raise money and awareness for breast cancer. Celebrity Mania has some pics of them during the particular occasion.
Joe, Nick, and their brother Kevin Jonas are currently filming "Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam" in Vancouver, Canada. The Jonas Brothers recently had their wax replicas being unveiled at Madame Tussauds Hollywood, marking their second time to have their figures immortalized in wax. The threesome's wax figures cost a total of $1 million to produce and feature actual clothes worn/donated by the boys, according to MTV.