Childhood Cancer Canada is thrilled to announce that this year’s The Purple Party, Presented by TD, was a massive success! Sponsorships were filled, tickets were sold out days in advance, and the crowd was inspired by some incredible childhood cancer heroes.
Childhood Cancer Canada was a proud supporter of the 6th Annual International Mutant p53 Workshop in Toronto.
It’s vacation season! Book a stay at one of the incredible Days Inn hotels across Canada during the month of July and help young cancer survivors through Childhood Cancer Canada’s Survivor Scholarship program.
Because of incredible parent advocates like Edwina, a new EI benefit for Parents of Critically Ill Children (PCIC) has come into effect as of June 9th, 2013. This benefit allows eligible working parents of seriously ill children to draw upon employment insurance (EI) while caring for their critically ill child for up to 35 weeks.
Childhood Cancer Canada is excited to announce our partnership with ECHOage!
When Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C) and the St. Baldrick’s Foundation announced a new pediatric cancer dream team, we were thrilled! When we learned that two of the Principals from the Dream Team are from Canadian research institutions and hospitals we couldn’t contain our excitement!
On Mother’s Day take a moment to think of the thousands of moms who have heard the words that no mom wants to hear “your child has cancer”.
For Hyup, the diagnosis of osteogenic sarcoma at age 12 was not only the start of the most agonizing experience of his life, it was also the start of something great.
NetApp Toronto’s 2013 St. Baldrick’s event was one for the history books! An incredible venue, with incredible entertainment, full of incredible participants, raising an incredible $110,000 for critical childhood cancer research!
She shaved her head. She raised the most money of any female St. Baldrick’s participant in Canadian history. She met her fundraising goal — then beat it.