Wedding & Celebration Program

Wedding Tribute Program in support of brain tumour patients, survivors

Make your wedding or other celebration extra special!

In lieu of traditional wedding favours, you can make a donation to Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. You will be provided with cards to display at your wedding notifying your guests that you have made a thoughtful donation to help others. You can also arrange for special gifts in honour of a birthday, anniversary or any other celebration. 

Thank you to the many brides and grooms who have already chosen to make a gift to support patient programs and brain tumour research in lieu of wedding favours. Contact us today to find out how you can join this special group of people honouring loved ones on their wedding day.

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

To make your gift and to discuss the wording to go on your cards, please call:

1-800-265-5106 or 519-642-7755
Visa, MasterCard or American Express credit cards are accepted.

Sample wording includes:

Preprinted Cards that are handsigned by you:

In lieu of a table favour, Stacy and Joe have chosen to make a donation, in your honour, to Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada.

Thank you for sharing in this very special day.

Love
(your signature here)

Preprinted Cards no signature required:

To Our Family and Friends,

We have made a donation in your honour
and in memory of XXXXXXXX and XXXXXXXX
to Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada.

Thank you for sharing in this very special day.

Love,
Sandra and Tim
May 26, 20XX

 Wedding Card samples

Kent and Andrea with their son
Saying 'I Do' to Philanthropy


Menus and music. What to wear. Venues and ceremonies. These are all things that usually come to one’s mind when planning a wedding. But for some, it’s also becomes a chance to honour a loved one affected by a brain tumour. Read brain tumour survivor Andrea and her husband Kent's 2007 wedding story here.
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