How We Can Help You and Your Event

Thank you!

Your support for the 27 Canadians diagnosed with a brain tumour every day, with your community event is so important. You are making an impact on brain tumour survivors and families while also raising awareness about the disease.

To help you with your event, we are pleased to offer a number of supports to you and your event.  Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada may provide your event with the following supports, as applicable. Please note that a formal request, through your event registration is required, and we cannot guarantee appearance at events by Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada representatives.

  • Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada’s informational material, including brochures and/or posters
  • A representative from Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada to attend your event as a participant and/or speaker
  • A representative of Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada who can participate in a cheque presentation at your event
  • A letter in support of the event
  • Provide the special event logo to show support for your event from Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada.
  • Your event listed in the online Events Calendar and shared with the brain tumour community via social media (Facebook and Twitter). This listing will include a link to your event's website
  • We can help you create a dedicated online fundraising page
  • We can offer a pledge form template
  • Please contact us if there are other ways that Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada may be able to support your event

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For suggestions, ideas or to get started today contact:

Eileen Quigg
Community Engagement and Events Associate
equigg@braintumour.ca
1-800-265-5106 or 519-642-7755, ext. 224

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