Your donations are source of strength and courage!

They help to reassure, to support, to inform, to accommodate, but above all to give hope to those living with cancer. Your support is so precious; thank you!


You reduce stress and anxiety

$100 allows 4 people with cancer to receive a massage during their chemotherapy sessions.


You offer lodging

$50 provides 1 person with cancer with one night’s accommodation near an oncology centre (including meals and transportation).


You support wellness

$20 allows 2 people with cancer to participate in an art therapy workshop.


You reduce discomfort
$10 allows 1 person suffering from cancer to participate in an adapted physical activity group session with a kinesiologist.


Gabrielle B.

My name is Gabrielle. I’m 23 years old and I volunteer for the peer matching telephone service at the Quebec Cancer Foundation. Readmore

Marie-Ève Côté

Learning, at the age of 35, that you have diffuse large B-cell lymphoma of the colon, just a few months after celebrating your child’s second birthday, well that just doesn’t seem right!

Lise Auger

In June 2013, I learned I had breast cancer. I was only 45 and the diagnosis hit me like a real tsunami. I was very much afraid of what lay ahead and I had a million questions. Readmore

Marie-Pier Dubois

I was 17 when I was diagnosed with cancer in September 2008. I had pain in my neck and tests indicated that it was Ewing’s sarcoma.

Your donations enable us to reassure, support, inform, lodge and, especially, instill hope in those who find themselves vulnerable in the face of cancer. Your help is indeed precious to us. Thank you!