Impact Reports

Learn about all of the strides being made to support the 55,000 Canadians living with a brain tumour by reading the annual reports, found below.

In these reports you will find the impact of how donors lift the burden of a brain tumour, including:

  • Stories about patients and familes whose lives are improving thanks to you
  • Stories about the donors just like you whose committment ensures change is happening
  • Brief financial summaries

Most Recent Report

It is with the deepest gratitude that we reflect on 2018 and its successes. Thank you for everything you do to lift the burden of a brain tumour.

Hope in ActionCheck out the 2018 Impact Report to read about the year's achievements!

Read our publication, Hope in Action, to see how how your investment in 2018 has made an impact in 2019. Together we will enable people affected by a brain tumour to live longer, better, and with hope.

Thank you for the generous gift of your time, your stories and your donations.

You make all the work to change the future possible.

Previous Reports to the Community

2018 Impact Report - Hope in Action

2017 Impact Report - Hope in Action

2016 Impact Report - Hope in Action

2015 Impact Report

2014 Impact Report

2013 Impact Report

2012 Report to the Community

2011 Report to the Community

2010 Report to the Community

2009 Report to the Community

2008 Report to the Community

 

Financial Information: You can also read complete audited financial statements

 

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