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Families in British Columbia with a child with a brain tumour once had nowhere to turn for help and support but a few years ago this changed as a result of the dedication, hard work, and determination of two women. Read their story ...
Dave’s willingness to help and his compassionate nature make him one of Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada’s most commendable volunteers.
Charlie and Kathy often express gratitude for the opportunity to meet so many wonderful people through Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada, but it is their outstanding commitment to the organization that we are thankful for.
Her outgoing personality and willingness to help has certainly made Danielle deserving of this feature as the Volunteer Profile of the Month for December. Thank you for your outstanding commitment!
Thank you Karen and Gary for your dedication care and kindness to everyone you meet through all your efforts in Saskatoon. Together we are continuing to improve the quality of life for survivors in Saskatoon and Canada.
Thank you Marianne, Garry and Karina for your dedication care and kindness to everyone you meet through all your efforts in New Glasgow, Halifax and elsewhere. Together we are continuing to improve the quality of life for survivors in Nova Scotia and Canada.
Their dedication to volunteering and compassionate nature has inspired us all.
In the fall of 2005, Jennifer Brewe’s life changed drastically when she was diagnosed with an ependymoma tumour. Fortunately, the tumour was operable and, in November of 2005, it was removed by neurosurgeon, Dr. Joseph Megyesi, coincidentally the Chair for Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada’s Board of Directors...
Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada would like to thank Lori and Stephen for sharing their story and for their continued support to assist families affected with a brain tumour.
Neither Rui nor Lucilia volunteer with the intention of being rewarded, but the fulfillment they gain through their work makes it all worthwhile: "No matter how significant your contributions may be, you are always making a difference. As a volunteer, you must never underestimate your ability to make a success out of anything you do."
Thank you Marj for your dedication, care and kindness to everyone you have met during your 20 years as the Support Group Facilitator for Kitchener/Waterloo. You are a good reason why together we are continuing to improve the quality of life for survivors in Kitchener/Waterloo and Canada.
Mike’s dedication to raising awareness and the initiative he has shown towards the Halifax Spring Sprint has undoubtedly earned him the title of Volunteer of the Month.
This volunteer has certainly earned himself some popularity points because of his enthusiasm. Robin is always eager to assist others, regardless of the task at hand.
Congratulations, Theresa, on your award and thank you for your dedication and kindness to everyone you have met during your years as the Coordinator for the Calgary Spring Sprint and as the convenor of the Calgary Support Group.
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As we celebrate National Volunteer Week (April 23-29, 2017) we thank all of our 700+ volunteers. Without each contribution, we would not be able to offer the programs, services and events that we do. Each person volunteers in a different way and for different reasons. For Liz, giving back to Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada as a volunteer was a “no brainer”. Learn why Liz, a brain tumour survivor, decided to get involved.Learn more
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