Shelley Shearer School of Dance is proud to be fundraising for CancerCare Manitoba Foundation in support of Brain Cancer Research and our beloved Teacher Catherine Wreford Ledlow. We are asking everyone who wants to support us in our efforts to raise as much money as possible, to please donate here to CancerCare Manitoba Foundation.
Our Invitational students’ DANCE FOR A CURE performances, will be held at the Centennial Concert Hall March 10 & 11, 2019. All net proceeds raised from the students and their families who are participating, will be donated to CancerCare Manitoba for this cause. Your donations will add to our efforts and are much appreciated! Everyone who donates is welcome to attend any of the peformances over the 2 days at the Cenntennial Concert Hall. You may contact the school for more details after March 1.
St Andrews Senators Hockey Team Fundrasier in Honour of Matt & Madison’s More Tomorrows Campaign.
40, eh?!?! It’s a big one. And I don’t need gifts…..but if you wanted to throw a little money at an organization that is close to my heart, I’d forever be grateful!!!
Did you know that:
CancerCare Manitoba Foundation is the only organization exclusively fundraising for CancerCare Manitoba. While CancerCare Manitoba works in partnership with Manitoba Health, some programs and services may not be eligible for government funding. CancerCare Manitoba Foundation raises funds to bridge this gap and help deliver the best research, patient care, treatment and support for all Manitobans and their families living with cancer.
Each year more than 6,000 Manitobans receive a cancer diagnosis. Your continued support helps CancerCare Manitoba and its partners prepare for an estimated 50% increase in the number of people diagnosed and living with cancer over the next decade.
By supporting me with a donation, you are helping to support CancerCare Manitoba in its work to change lives and change the course of cancer in our province.
Every donation -no matter how big or small- is critical as we work together to stay ahead of this disease.
Thank you for your consideration.