Financial Information

Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada is a registered charity, (#BN118816339RR0001). It is because of the generosity of people like you that Canadians who are affected by a brain tumour have access to the best programs and services to meet their needs. Your donations also fund critical research into the cause of and cure for brain tumours.

Transparency in our accounting practices is a commitment we take seriously. Ultimate responsibility for governance and financial oversight rests with the Board of Directors. Our full financial statements are audited annually.

Funding Sources

Your generous support leads the way for brain tumour patient programs and research, all across Canada. Many people are surprised to learn that the organization does not receive financial assistance from provincial or federal government sources. Our revenue comes from individual Canadians through such sources as tribute gifts, Spring Sprint, community events, direct mail fundraising, and bequests. We are also grateful for the support recieved from corporations and foundations across Canada.

Financial Statements

The following reports and financial statements have been approved at Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada's Annual General Meetings. The documents are pdf files and you will need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader to read them. 

Annual Impact Reports

Every year donations ensure that strides are being made to support the 55,000 Canadians affected by a brain tumour. Read about this impact in the annual Impact Reports.

  

For more information or to receive printed copies of the financial statements, please contact:

Susan Marshall
CEO
smarshall@braintumour.ca
1-800-265-5106 or 519-642-7755 ext 222

 

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