Giving A Home Away from Home helps people like Jamie find a supportive place to stay when they need to travel for cancer treatment.
Your gift of Give a Ride is a crucial support to people who need to get to their life-saving treatments.
When you supported Target Hard-to-Treat Cancer, you enabled a series of discoveries that could have powerful impacts.
Heather Scott got the emotional support she needed through your Gift of A Phone Call – and that made all the difference.
Dr Tarek Bismar’s research is helping doctors predict how fast a prostate tumour will grow. And we have you to thank!
When Don Baker had to travel far from home for treatment, he found the compassionate care he needed at a CCS lodge. And it’s all thanks to you!
Thanks to your gift of A Wig, people like Rea Tapang can build resilience after losing their hair during cancer treatments.
Your CCS Gift is helping to make life-saving cancer research possible. And some CCS-funded researchers have a special message for you…
You allowed CCS to reimagine many of our programs and services when you provided Support for Canadians during COVID-19.
When you gave the gift of Supporting People with Metastatic Cancer, you enabled Dr Arjun Sahgal to give those with spinal metastases a better quality of life.
Thanks to your gift of Help Send a Child to Camp, children with cancer experienced the magic of our first-ever virtual summer camp
Your Gift of Discovery helped Dr Alberto Martin uncover a way to potentially reduce the risk of colon cancer in people with inflammatory bowel disease.
With the gift of Help Fund Clinical Trials, you helped Drs Jolie Ringash and Sara McEwen develop and test a tool with promising results for people with head and neck cancers.
These days, your gift of A Phone Call has never been so appreciated. It helps us respond to the increased volume of calls we are receiving during the pandemic.
Thanks to you, CCS-funded researchers found that a simple blood test may be able to predict who will develop a common type of leukemia.
With your generous support of Childhood Cancer Research, one research team is working toward a non-invasive way of detecting and treating brain tumours in children.
Cancer treatment can have long-term side effects that make day-to-day life difficult, but thanks to you, a new Canadian clinical trial is helping change that.
Ron Keddie wasn’t sure how he was going to manage a two-hour roundtrip commute to his life-saving cancer treatment appointments. Learn how the gift of Give a Ride helped him on the road to recovery.
Through the gift of A Home Away from Home, you’re opening your heart – and the door – to people like Bert Lunnon, who needed a place to stay while he was receiving treatment.
As a 38-year-old new mom, Corinne Schelle’s cancer diagnosis came as a shock. But Corinne was able to find renewed joy and excitement, thanks to her new wig.
Thanks to your support of The Pink Ribbon Project, a recent clinical trial found that as many as 7 in 10 women with early-stage breast cancer could be spared from chemotherapy.
Dr Alice Wei has discovered a way to standardize care for patients post-surgery. This important work is improving outcomes for Canadians affected by one of the hardest cancers to treat – pancreatic cancer.
When Aeson was just a year old, a genetic test was essential in choosing the course of treatment that saved his life.
Every Gift for the Cure makes a real impact on Canadians affected by cancer. See what your support has helped accomplish.
The Mom Project is helping moms like Jackie Fletcher watch their children and grandchildren grow up.
Darleen Morrice is one of the nearly 12,000 Canadians you helped get to life-saving treatment appointments with the gift of Give a Ride.
Child cancer survivor Natalia Corrigall’s family shares how your gift of Camp Essentials has changed their lives.
The gift of A Phone Call is more than just a call for the 50,000 Canadians who reach out to us each year -- to them, it's a lifeline.