Ways to Give
Shine a LightShine a Light this December in tribute of someone you cherish.
In MemoryCelebrate the life of someone you care for by making a donation or creating an online tribute page and help fund leading-edge cancer research and treatment.
Begin your monthly donation and support local research which enables breakthroughs and better patient outcomes.
GeneralMake a one-time donation and fund progress right here in Manitoba in cancer prevention, research, clinical trials and care.
Leave a gift in your will and advance your values, beliefs and desire to make a difference for others.
Donor support has furthered leading-edge bench to bedside research for many cancers led by some of the best and brightest minds in oncology and hematology.
Donor generosity has allowed CancerCare Manitoba to lead and undertake clinical trials which provide Manitoba patients with “tomorrow’s treatments today.”
Patient ExperienceDonors have supported two decades of progressive, important and far-reaching patient programs, services and initiatives which help Manitobans from all corners of our province.
CAPITAL INITIATIVESDonor commitment has enabled CancerCare Manitoba to acquire and implement state-of-the art equipment and make capital enhancements which have vastly improved the quality of life for patients throughout Manitoba.
November 17-25, 2022Wheel with us and the Wheeler Family for an exciting time full of friends, fun and fundraising. By riding towards a brighter future, you are a key part of making a difference in the lives of young people.
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You are making new treatments available to Manitobans
Thanks to donors like you, Shelley Schultz is living her life to the fullest eight years after hearing she had just six months to live. It was in the fall of 2014 that the Schultz family’s world was turned upside down. Shelley was experiencing what she thought was a migraine. This was not unusual for her as she had suffered from them for years. But this time it was persistent and her family was concerned.