In Memory

You can memorialize a loved one by requesting that a donation be made in their memory to Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada.

Your gift brings hope to people affected by brain tumours across Canada.

Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada recognizes all donations to a specific individual’s memorial fund and provides a list of donors to the immediate family.

Ways to make a Memorial Gift

Click on the “Donate” button located on the top of any page

  • Donate by phone:

Call 800-265-5106 or 519-642-7755 to make your donation.

Visa, MasterCard or American Express credit cards are accepted.
Please indicate the name of the person being remembered, and the name and address of the next of kin to whom the acknowledgement should be sent, notifying them of your thoughtful gift.

  • Donate by mail

Mail your donation to: Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada
620 Colborne Street, Suite 301, London, Ontario N6B 3R9

Please make cheque payable to: Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada.

Please indicate the name of the person being remembered, and the name and address of the next of kin to whom the acknowledgement should be sent, notifying them of your thoughtful gift.

 

Funeral Directors

To help the families that you serve at a very emotional time, we are pleased to be able to provide attractive cards that memorial donors can leave at the funeral home.

We can also provide gift envelopes that make it simple for donors to send gifts directly to Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada and eliminate the need for you to handle financial contributions.

 

Please call us and we will send the cards and envelopes via courier service so that they are available by the time of the service.

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