2019 Resource and Information Request Form
 

Thank you for contacting Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada for information and resources. Please complete the following form to have material sent to you. To ensure your package arrives, please provide your complete and accurate mailing address.

Please allow up to two weeks for your package to arrive. All resources are free within Canada.

A note about international orders: In order to recoup expenses associated with the cost of printing and shipping materials, international orders are subject to a fee of $15.00 CDN per book for the Adult and Pediatric Brain Tumour Handbooks, and $10.00 CDN per book for the Non-Malignant Brain Tumour  Handbook. A further fee equal to the cost of shipping will be added to the order as a means of recovering additional expenses incurred by the organization. A credit card must be provided before shipping outside of Canada. For orders being sent outside of Canada, please allow 2-4 weeks for your package to arrive.

If you have any questions about this form, please contact Todd Goold, 1-800-265-5106 ext 237.

Step 1: Request Information and Resources

Patient & Family Information Package
Send me an information package in the mail.
(includes a handbook, brochures and
Peace of Mind newsletter)
Brain Tumour Patient Handbooks
Send me Brain Tumour Handbook(s) in the mail
The Adult Brain Tumour Handbook is designed for adults
who have been diagnosed with a brain tumour.
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The Pediatric Brain Tumour Handbook is designed for families
of children diagnosed with a brain tumour.
Number of copies (Pediatric English):
Number of copies (Pediatric French):  
The Non-Malignant Brain Tumour Handbook is designed for
patients diagnosed with a non-malignant or low-grade brain tumour.
Number of copies (Non-Malignant English):
Number of copies (Non-Malignant French):
Would you like to receive a digital
copy of the handbooks by email?
Select a Handbook type and Language




"A Friend in Hope" Storybook
Send me Storybook(s) in the mail
Number of copies (English: A Friend In Hope):
Number of copies (French: Mon amie Claire ):
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copy of the storybook by email?
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