Wear Your Grey

Our team wear grey


In 2016 (almost) the entire team of Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada's staff gathered to recreate the wear grey picture taken the previous year (below).

We are now encouraging all Canadians to raise awareness for brain tumour awareness. Clothing, hats, fingernail colour, it all counts!  

This Brain Tumour Awareness Month, order a grey ribbon to Turn May Grey or see if your company will Wear Grey for a Day, and, if they can, order a fundraising kit.

Let us know what you are doing! We'd love to hear from you and see your selfies! Tag us with #TurnMayGrey or #EndBrainTumours. Or, if you prefer, email Amy to share your story about how you wore grey and maybe we will share it on social media. 

Thank you! 

In 2015 the full team of Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada met with our co-founders, Dr. Rolando and Pamela Del Maestro, and all wore grey for the day.

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