Make your one-time, tribute, or recurring online gift to support brain tumour patient programs and research today:
Last Otctober you joined the movement, spread the word and shared with us your incredible stories of strength.
Because of you, more people know about the vast impact and reach of brain tumours, and the many ways those on the journey can find hope. The strength of this year's Brain Tumour Awareness Month depended on your involvement - and did you ever show your support! Thank you!
You can continue the conversation and keep sharing info and stories. You can fundraise, volunteer or wear your brain tumour awareness merchandise.
Even though October is awareness month, your year-round efforts to spread the word about brain tumours helps reach the 55,000 Canadians living with the disease and the 10,000 individuals who will be diagnosed this year.
Don't miss any of the videos from Brain Tumour Awareness Month - find them all on this page
Want to show your support for the brain tumour community? Purchase items from the Merchandise Store and then share with us where you've taken the items! Contact Eileen Quigg, Community Events Officer at 1-800-265-5106 ext 224 or firstname.lastname@example.org for your merchandise or Awareness Display materials.
1-800-265-5106 or 519-642-7755, ext. 232
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