Your Impact

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 like you lift the burden of a brain tumour, including:

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

2019/20 Hope In Action

It is with the deepest gratitude that we reflect on 2019 and its successes. We have also included some of the updates from 2020 so far, including our very first national Virtual Brain Tumour Walk. Thank you for everything you do to lift the burden of a brain tumour. Thank you for putting hope into action.

Hope in Action - giving 2019In this edition you will read about:

  • How you fundraised,
  • How we invested your money, and
  • Ways to get involved.

Together we will enable people affected by a brain tumour to live longer, better, and with hope!

Hope in Action

When a loved one hears the words, “you have a brain tumour”, we are all affected. Affected by a flood of emotion, feelings of expectation, and the desire to do something…anything to make things better.

Hope in Action celebrates you! It’s your actions that are making things better for your loved ones and for the Canadian brain tumour community. Your actions are fostering hope!

Read the full edition in our flipbook below or download the PDF below (8MB).

Previous Reports to the Community and Financial Statements

Every year donations ensure that strides are being made to support the 55,000 Canadians affected by a brain tumour.

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 programs and services to meet their needs. Your donations also fund critical research into the cause of and cure for brain tumours. The organization receives no financial assistance from Provincial nor Federal Government.

Read more about the investments you have made in both the reports to the community and our audited financial statements.

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.

The financial statements below have been approved at Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada's Annual General Meetings.