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Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada is the country’s only national non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and assisting individuals affected by any type of brain tumour – including patients and caregivers. We achieve this through specialized resources and services for this unique population, as well as brain tumour research funding programs. In addition, the organization also sponsors, be it financially or in-kind, scientific activities and events/meetings that bring together members of the brain tumour community or health-care/medical communities.

If your organization is hosting a conference, event or think tank that supports research into the causes of and cure for brain tumours we may be able to support your efforts.

Conferences and organizations interested in applying for Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada sponsorship must complete an Application Form to have their request considered. Applicants will be notified of their sponsorship status within 30 days of submitting an application to Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. Application forms can be downloaded here

Please note that all sponsorship requests must fulfil the Sponsorship Principles criteria as detailed here.

Accepted applications must be prepared to fill out an evaluation form within 60 days of completion of the event.  A sample evaluation form can be found here.

To discuss potential opportunities, please contact:

Susan Ruypers
Research Program Specialist
sruypers@braintumour.ca
1-800-265-5106 ext. 240

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