There are so many ways you can help make a difference in the lives of patients and families today.
Congratulations to our very first Outstanding Youth Award recipients.
From inspiring young volunteers to helping parents talk about brain tumours with their children, Isabella Coffey of Ottawa has become a leader in the brain tumour community.
As the daughter of a brain tumour survivor, Isabella has been sharing hope and encouragement with the brain tumour community since the age of nine. Read more about Isabella here.
Watch Isabella’s acceptance here.
Few people hold the titles of author, spokesperson, philanthropist and businesswoman at the age of 15, but Mckenna Lumley of Windsor is all of the above. The Walkerville Collegiate Institute student has demonstrated creativity and dedication to raising awareness and funds for the brain tumour community in her writing and through her ‘Glitter Glam’ tattoos initiative. Read more about Mckenna here.
Watch Mckenna’s acceptance here.
Find a cause you love and dedicate your time and talents to it.
That’s the advice from St. Thomas student Andie McGugan.
The 14-year old has earned national recognition for her Bracelets For Brains fundraising program, and for encouraging other youth to become involved in volunteerism. Read more about Andie here.
Watch Andie’s acceptance here.