Ways to Give

Your gift helps lift the burden of a brain tumour

donate buttonHelp for Canadians affected by a brain tumour occurs because of the generosity of people like you. Programs and services as well as critical research is funded solely through contributions from individuals, corporations and foundations. 
From a donor: "My heart feels a little more settled each time more research and financial help is on its way to ensure that hope and medical breakthroughs continue on." Sincerely, Patti Elizabeth

You can give now in a number of ways:

Your support ensures these ongoing efforts to lift the burden of a brain tumour:

Donate by Phone:

  • Call 1-800-265-5106 or 519-642-7755 to make a gift.
  • Visa, MasterCard or American Express credit cards are accepted.

Donate by Mail:

  • Mail your gift to:
    Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada
    205 Horton St E, Suite 203
    London, Ontario N6B 1K7

    Please make cheque(s) payable to: Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada.
     
  • If your gift is a tribute gift, please indicate the name and address of the person being honoured, if you can provide a name and address, notification will be sent to that person letting them know of your thoughtful gift.
     
  • If your gift is a memorial gift, please indicate the name of the person being remembered, and the name and address of the next of kin to whom the acknowledgement should be sent, notifying them of your thoughtful gift.

Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada is a registered charity, #BN118816339RR0001. Tax receipts will be issued in accordance to CRA guidelines.

The organization receives no financial assistance from Provincial nor Federal Government.

Thank you! 

 

 

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