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Volunteer information and opportunities from Cancer Organizations in Canada. You can also view fewer results of Cancer Organizations by selecting a specific city or province from the menu to the right.

These organizations specialize in helping people with cancer. This can include medical organizations and family support groups.



Gilda's Club Southeastern Ontario

Inspirehealth Society
1330 West 8th Avenue, Suite 200, Vancouver, British Columbia

Our goal is simple - to provide the best care possible for people living with a diagnosis of cancer, and we will work together with you, your family doctor and oncologist. We are a not-for-profit and no referral is required.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of Inspirehealth Society


Gilda's Club Southeastern Ontario

Kids Cancer Care Foundation of Alberta
609-14 Street N.W., Suite 302, Calgary, Alberta

The Kids Cancer Care Foundation of Alberta is a charitable organization that helps families fighting childhood cancer in Alberta. Our programs are uniquely designed to meet the needs of the whole family at each stage of the cancer journey, from diagnosis through treatment and beyond. The foundation helps Alberta children and families by providing funding and programs in four key areas: Camp, Outreach, Research, Hospital Programs & Scholarships.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of Kids Cancer Care Foundation of Alberta


Gilda's Club Southeastern Ontario

Leucan Inc
5800 Rue Saint-Denis, Suite 505, Montreal, Quebec

Leucan is active in the 4 pediatric oncology centres in Quebec: CHU Sainte-Justine, Montreal Children's Hospital of the McGill University Health Centre, the Centre mŠre-enfant du CHUQ and the CHUS. Every year, the Association is contributing close to $1,000,000 to help financing clinical research, and finances the Leucan Information Centre located in the Centre de canc‚rologie Charles-Bruneau at Sainte-Justine UHC, which provides services for the whole province.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of Leucan Inc


Gilda's Club Southeastern Ontario

Light The Night Ontario
480 University Ave, Suite 1502, Toronto, Ontario

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada (LLSC)'s Light The Night Walk funds vital patient support services, advocacy, and lifesaving research across Canada. Friends, families and co-workers form fundraising teams and walk in unity, at twilight, each holding an illuminated lantern - red for supporters, white for patients and survivors, and gold to remember loved ones lost.

Keywords: Health · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of Light The Night Ontario


Gilda's Club Southeastern Ontario

National Capital Children's Oncology Care Inc.
Soins Oncol Pour Les Enfants De La Capitale Nationale Inc.
407 Smyth Road, Ottawa, Ontario

National Capital Children's Oncology Care Inc. Manoir Ronald McDonald House Ottawa was founded in 1983 and granted a charitable license in 1983. The House opened its doors to sick children and their families in June of 1984 and is part of a network of 14 Ronald McDonald Houses across Canada. Our House is owned and governed by National Capital Children's Oncology Care Inc., a charitable organization. Its Board of Directors consists of 15 volunteer members from business, medical and the surrounding community. The House is managed by dedicated professional staff that, while small in number, is large in heart. We are blessed by the support of a full complement of hardworking, dedicated volunteers. The Ottawa House is located next to the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario, an internationally recognized hospital.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of National Capital Children's Oncology Care Inc.


Gilda's Club Southeastern Ontario

New Brunswick Lung Association Inc.
Association Pulmonaire Du Nouveau Brunswick Inc.
65 Brunswick Street, Fredericton, New Brunswick

The New Brunswick Lung Association is a charitable organization dedicated to good health through the prevention of lung disease and the promotion of wellness by advocacy, with education, and through research.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of New Brunswick Lung Association Inc.


Gilda's Club Southeastern Ontario

Newfoundland and Labrador Lung Association Inc.
15 Pippy Place, 2nd floor, Carnell Building, St. John's, Newfoundland

The Lung Association assists, educates and empowers individuals living with or caring for others with lung disease. We do this through our many lung health programs and services that are available to people and health care providers across the province.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of Newfoundland and Labrador Lung Association Inc.


Gilda's Club Southeastern Ontario

Niagara's Cancer Care Run Foundation
2 Maplewood Drive, St. Catharines, Ontario

In 2014 over 270 teams competed with over 12,000 participants! In nine years, $4,654,000.00 has been given back to our community. As a participant or donor, the results of your efforts can be seen in our Niagara region every day. If you haven't joined us yet, please do! We need your help to make this extremely unique volunteer run even more successful. We are proud that our run committee are all unpaid volunteers and we do not receive a salary from any entity.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of Niagara's Cancer Care Run Foundation


Ontario Lung Association

Ontario Lung Association
18 Wynford Drive, Suite 401, Toronto, Ontario

The Lung Association, one of Canada's longest standing, most respected not-for-profit health promotion organizations, is a leader in the prevention and control of chronic lung disease, asthma, tobacco cessation and prevention, and air quality and its effects on lung health.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of Ontario Lung Association


Ovarian Cancer Canada

Ovarian Cancer Canada
205-145 Front St. East, Toronto, Ontario

The only Canadian organization solely dedicated to fundraising for overcoming ovarian cancer.

Keywords: Women · Health · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of Ovarian Cancer Canada


Ovarian Cancer Canada Walk of Hope-Edmonton Chapter

Ovarian Cancer Canada Walk of Hope-Edmonton Chapter
Edmonton, Alberta

The Ovarian Cancer Walk of Hope is the single largest event that raises awareness and funds towards the three most fatal women's cancer. It is held annually on the second Sunday in September- this September 11, 2016.

Keywords: Women · Health · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of Ovarian Cancer Canada Walk of Hope-Edmonton Chapter


Ovarian Cancer Canada Walk of Hope-Edmonton Chapter

Pancreatic Cancer Canada
Cancer du pancreas Canada
136-2446 Bank St., Ste #656, Ottawa, Ontario

We are proud to be Canada's only national volunteer-driven foundation dedicated to raising money and awareness for this deadly disease. Since our founding in 2006, we have invested more than three million dollars into research that focuses on discovering new and better ways to diagnose and treat pancreatic cancer and improve the quality of life of people living with this disease.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of Pancreatic Cancer Canada


Ovarian Cancer Canada Walk of Hope-Edmonton Chapter

Pediatric Oncology Family Centre of Manitoba Inc.
566 Bannatyne Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Ronald McDonald House Manitoba is an organization that keeps families together. We operate two core programs: Ronald McDonald House and the Ronald McDonald Family Room in Children's Hospital.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of Pediatric Oncology Family Centre of Manitoba Inc.


Ovarian Cancer Canada Walk of Hope-Edmonton Chapter

Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario
480 University Ave, Suite 1014, Toronto, Ontario

POGO's purpose is to make a meaningful difference in the lives of children with cancer and their families by providing equitable access to the best possible care-from state-of-the-art diagnosis, to the most advanced treatments and systematic follow-up through AfterCare-ensuring children across Ontario's vast geography have the greatest prospects for survival with an optimal quality of life.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario


Ovarian Cancer Canada Walk of Hope-Edmonton Chapter

Prostate Cancer Canada
2 Lombard Street, 3rd Floor, Toronto, Ontario

Prostate Cancer Canada is the leading national foundation dedicated to the elimination of the most common cancer in men through research, advocacy, education, support and awareness.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of Prostate Cancer Canada


Ovarian Cancer Canada Walk of Hope-Edmonton Chapter

Prostate Cancer Research Foundation of Canada
2 Lombard Street, 3rd Floor, Toronto, Ontario

Prostate cancer is a complex disease. More men than ever are being diagnosed each year, and it will claim the lives of an estimated 4,000 men in 2012. That's why Prostate Cancer Canada is pleased be contributing to innovative advancements in prostate cancer research and significant increases in survivorship support.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of Prostate Cancer Research Foundation of Canada


Ovarian Cancer Canada Walk of Hope-Edmonton Chapter

Research with Respect
2250 Clark Road, Courtenay, British Columbia

Research with Respect provides Information, Support and Advocacy for Phase 1 Cancer Clinical Trial Volunteers.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of Research with Respect


Scotiabank Vancouver Half Marathon

Scotiabank Vancouver Half Marathon
1917 W 4th Ave, Vancouver, British Columbia

The Scotiabank Vancouver Half-Marathon takes over 6500 runners from UBC to Stanley Park, helping these runners raise money for over 70 local charities.

Keywords: Sports and Recreation · Health and Medicine · Environment · Disorders · Disabled · Children and Youth · Cancer · Animals · Alzheimer · AIDS

Volunteer Profile of Scotiabank Vancouver Half Marathon


Scotiabank Vancouver Half Marathon

Sistership Dragon Boat Association
100 Sheep River Drive, Unit 14, Okotoks, Alberta

Sistership was started in 1998 by a group of women from Calgary. Each one had experienced breast cancer and they set about forming the first dragon boat racing team in Alberta comprised of persons living with the disease. Their commitment to learn to paddle a dragon boat became a symbol of this group's quest to rebuild the health and confidence eroded by a cancer diagnosis. Belonging to this team meant uniting in a group effort toward a common goal and served to motivate and empower these members while reducing the loneliness of the cancer experience.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of Sistership Dragon Boat Association


South Central Cancer Resource

South Central Cancer Resource
2-160 Stephen Street, Morden, Manitoba

SCCR is a non-profit organization that provides support, information and education regarding cancer and prevention of cancer to individuals and families living with cancer and to the general public.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of South Central Cancer Resource


South Central Cancer Resource

The Calgary Prostate Cancer Foundation
1011 Glenmore Trail SW, Suite 100, Calgary, Alberta

Calgary's Prostate Cancer Centre (PCC) is a non-profit, world-class medical centre with a mandate to help improve the quality of men's lives and their families lives for those living with prostate cancer. Annually there are over 13,000 visits by these men and their families to access multiple programs and services at our Centre.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of The Calgary Prostate Cancer Foundation


South Central Cancer Resource

The Dragon Flies Breast Cancer Survivor Group
Lindsay, Ontario

The Dragon Flies Breast Cancer Survivor Group, better known as The Dragon Flies, formed in the fall of 2002. Members come from all walks of life to enjoy social and emotional benefits as well as a physical sense of well-being in a team atmosphere. This group, ranging in ages from 44 to 79 years of age, use the sport of dragon boating as one of their major activities to encourage and maintain a healthy life style during and following the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer. Members of The Dragon Flies are from the City of Kawartha Lakes, Port Perry, Uxbridge and surrounding areas.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of The Dragon Flies Breast Cancer Survivor Group


South Central Cancer Resource

The Kelly Shires Breast Cancer Snow Run for Fun Trust
523 Elizabeth Street, Suite 101, Midland, Ontario

The Kelly Shires Breast Cancer Snow Run was initially formed by a group of friends that bonded together to make a difference. When Kelly Shires was diagnosed with breast cancer she knew first hand what it was like to battle this disease. Instead of being selfish, she teamed up with good friend Suzy Stenoff and created the Kelly Shires Breast Cancer Snow Run for Fun.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of The Kelly Shires Breast Cancer Snow Run for Fun Trust


The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada
Societe de Leucemie & Lymphome du Canada
2 Lansing Square, Suite 804, Toronto, Ontario

The mission of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada (LLSC) is: Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada


The Lung Association Alberta & NWT

The Lung Association Alberta & NWT
208, 17420 Stony Plain Road NW, Edmonton, Alberta

For almost 75 years, The Lung Association, Alberta & NWT has helped fund a wide variety of community initiatives focused on research, public education, diagnosis and treatment of respiratory diseases.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of The Lung Association Alberta & NWT


The Lung Association Alberta & NWT

The Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation
1500 Alta Vista Drive, Ottawa, Ontario

The Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation is dedicated to increasing cancer survivorship in Eastern Ontario. We support cancer care and research to prevent, detect, diagnose and cure cancer.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of The Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation


The Ride to Conquer Cancer Benefiting Alberta Cancer Foundation

The Ride to Conquer Cancer Benefiting Alberta Cancer Foundation
707 - 7th Avenue SW, Suite 120, Calgary, Alberta

The Alberta Cancer Foundation's Ride to Conquer Cancer is an exciting two-day cycling event to take place on August 8-9, 2015.
During this journey, participants will ride for two days along the majestic Rockies! Funds raised through the ride will directly support patients and families at the Tom Baker Centre in Calgary, the Cross Cancer Institute in Edmonton and 15 cancer centres throughout Alberta.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of The Ride to Conquer Cancer Benefiting Alberta Cancer Foundation


The Ride to Conquer Cancer Benefiting BC Cancer Foundation

The Ride to Conquer Cancer Benefiting BC Cancer Foundation
303-698 Seymour Street, Vancouver, British Columbia

The Ride is a unique 2 day cycling journey from Vancouver to Seattle, August 29th - 30th, 2015 that inspires awareness, ignites hope, and raises funds benefiting the BC Cancer Foundation. The Ride to Conquer Cancer is growing in strength and numbers and this year we are recruiting an even larger volunteer team to help us make the weekend as organized and as enjoyable as possible for all involved. Since it's inception in 2009 the Ride has raised nearly $60 Million in support of Cancer Research in BC.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of The Ride to Conquer Cancer Benefiting BC Cancer Foundation


The Ride to Conquer Cancer Benefiting BC Cancer Foundation

The Ride to Conquer Cancer Benefiting Princess Margaret Hospital
460 Richmond Street West, Suite 500, Toronto, Ontario

Net proceeds from The Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer will benefit Princess Margaret, a leader in the fight against cancer and the largest institution in Canada exclusively devoted to cancer treatment, research, and education.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of The Ride to Conquer Cancer Benefiting Princess Margaret Hospital


The Ride to Conquer Cancer Benefiting BC Cancer Foundation

The Terry Fox Foundation
46167 Yale Rd, Suite 303, Chilliwack, British Columbia

The Terry Fox Foundation is responsible for supporting close to $20 million in discovery based research each year in Canada - all monies raised outside Canada must be distributed to (a) an institute approved by the Foundation and its advisors or (b) remitted to Canada. The Terry Fox Research Institute (TFRI) is a recipient of TFF funding for translational research.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of The Terry Fox Foundation


The Ride to Conquer Cancer Benefiting BC Cancer Foundation

Thyroid Cancer Canada
550 Eglinton Ave. W., Toronto, Ontario

Thyroid Cancer Canada was started in 2000 after some Canadian women participating on an American online forum realized their commonality. These women had a few conversations off-line, and those who lived in the Toronto area met a few times over coffee. The first in-person meeting of these thyroid cancer survivors, some of whom became the founders of TCC, was held on May 7, 2000.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of Thyroid Cancer Canada


The Ride to Conquer Cancer Benefiting BC Cancer Foundation

Transition to Betterness Family & Health Care
3200 Deziel Drive, Unit 307, Windsor, Ontario

Transition to Betterness (T2B) is a locally born, grassroots charitable organization, founded on the commitment that all funds raised stay within our local community. Established in 1997 by co-founders Doris Lapico and Tania Sorge, T2B exists to provide relief to patients and families dealing with a life altering disease.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of Transition to Betterness Family & Health Care


The Ride to Conquer Cancer Benefiting BC Cancer Foundation

Trillium Childhood Cancer Support Centre
Centre Trillium D'entraide Des Enfants Atteints Du Cancer
940 Queensdale Ave E, Hamilton, Ontario

Camp Trillium (officially The Trillium Childhood Cancer Support Centre) offers year-round recreational experiences to bring children with cancer and their families together. We work to provide an environment that normalizes relationships and experiences, helping them in the healing process and enhancing their quality of life.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of Trillium Childhood Cancer Support Centre


The Ride to Conquer Cancer Benefiting BC Cancer Foundation

Wellspring
2 Adelaide Street West, Suite 300, Toronto, Ontario

Wellspring is a network of community-based support centres offering programs and services that meet the emotional, social, practical and restorative needs of people living with cancer and those who care for them. Wellspring programs are offered free of charge.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of Wellspring


Wellspring Calgary

Wellspring Calgary
1404 Home Road NW, Calgary, Alberta

Wellspring Calgary is a charitable organization which supports, informs and empowers those diagnosed with cancer by helping them address the fear, isolation, disruption and practical problems which cancer can bring to their lives. In operation since 2007 and an affiliate of the Wellspring Cancer Support Foundation, Wellspring Calgary provides a comprehensive range of programs, support, resources and programs so anyone living with cancer and the people who care about them can improve the quality of their lives. All programs and services are informed by evidence and offered free of charge and without referral in a warm, caring, and welcoming community-based centre nestled in the trees near the Bow River.

Our vision: No one has to face cancer alone.


Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of Wellspring Calgary


Wellspring Calgary

Wellspring London and Region
382 Waterloo Street, London, Ontario

Wellspring London and Region was launched in 1999 by the WCA, a London-based human services charitable organization established in 1874. Under the guidance of the WCA, Wellspring developed into a stand alone organization in 2011, marked by the development of an independent board and the collaboration with the YMCA.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of Wellspring London and Region


Wellspring Calgary

Wellspring Stratford
48 Well Street, Stratford, Ontario

Wellspring Stratford first opened its doors in October 2006 under the auspices of Wellspring London and Region. Initially supported financially by the Quilt Project, Wellspring Stratford has grown to serve the Perth Huron community. Governed through the Stratford Steering Committee, Wellspring Stratford offers a warm and supportive gathering place for individuals living with cancer, and those who care for them.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of Wellspring Stratford


Wellwood Resource Centre of Hamilton

Wellwood Resource Centre of Hamilton
711 Concession Street, Hamilton, Ontario

Wellwood is committed to enhancing the quality of life for people living with and affected by cancer.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of Wellwood Resource Centre of Hamilton


Wellwood Resource Centre of Hamilton

Willow Breast Cancer Support Canada
30 St. Patrick Street, 4th Floor, Toronto, Ontario

Willow Breast & Hereditary Cancer Support was founded in 1994 as a national, not-for-profit organization. Willow provides free-of-cost support, insight and information to anyone affected by breast cancer or hereditary cancer.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of Willow Breast Cancer Support Canada


Wellwood Resource Centre of Hamilton

Wings of Hope Breast Cancer Foundation
205 5 Ave SW, Calgary, Alberta

The Wings of Hope Breast Cancer Foundation was founded in 1995, when Calgarian Diana Kalef recognized a need among breast cancer patients for help with the cost of everyday living expenses and medication. What began out of concern for family and friends who were living with the disease has evolved into a foundation that's helped hundreds of women in Calgary and its surrounding areas.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Cancer

Volunteer Profile of Wings of Hope Breast Cancer Foundation




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