35 Years of Hope

Join us in celebrating Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada’s 35th year in operation.

Bring Hope for 35 Years!We exist to Support the people, families and community living with brain tumours through InformationEducation and Research.

Since the early days of the organization, it has been our vision to find the cause of and cure for brain tumours while improving the quality of life for those affected. Today, it’s this purpose that continues to resonate and motivate thousands of volunteers, donors and supporters as we look to the future to find a cure for this disease.

Thanks to the generosity of donors and volunteers, Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada has been making an impact on the lives of patients and families for 35 years. With your support, we will be here until a cure is found.

Thank you!

35 Years of Hope

Please join us in celebrating this important milestone and hope for the future with this video, where Steve Northey, one of our Founders, talks about why this organization started and how far we have come!


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 of the organizational highlights on our 35th anniversary infographic.

 

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Piper's Story: a dream more precious than Olympic gold

Hi, I am Piper Gilles. You may know me as a world-famous ice dancer. I competed in the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games. I am a 7 time world team member and a 7 time Canadian medalist. But the title that means the most to me is far more personal. It’s that of daughter to my amazing mother Bonnie Gilles, who I lost to glioblastoma on May 27, 2018.

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Doug's Adventure

I am Doug, I have brain cancer; I am told it is terminal, but the “good” kind of terminal. I can assure you that receiving that news...

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Kathy's Volunteer Profile

Kathy shares her story of volunteering for Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada as part of National Volunteer Week. “I am proud and happy...

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