Ways to Give
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.
Your monthly donation supports local research. Enable 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.
You helped fund discoveries at the Paul Albrechtsen Research Institute CancerCare Manitoba on GivingTuesday. iA Financial Group matched donations up to $25,000.
In HonourCreate a fundraising page or make a gift to honour someone special to you and leave your mark on changing the course of cancer in our province.
Leave a gift in your will and advance your values, beliefs and desire to make a difference for others.
Shine A Light
Shine a Light this December in tribute of someone you cherish.
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 2, 2023
You can make a difference for the 50-60 families in Manitoba who hear the words “your child has cancer” each year. Join the Ride Inside and gather your family, friends and colleagues to pedal towards a brighter future for each of them.
How to Create Your Own Fundraiser
Easy as 1-2-3
Our names are Hayley and Kevin, and the last year has been the hardest of our lives.
It was one year ago that we first began to notice a change in Ruby’s behavior. She was lethargic, and not her usual, three-year-old, playful self. She has Down syndrome and is naturally quite happy most of time. We knew something wasn’t right as she struggled with a cough, fatigue and high fevers.