Murray Harrison at ColonCheck
“The test saved my life.” – Murray Harrison. Click Murray’s photo to learn how a home screening test caught his cancer early.

World Cancer Day is Thursday, February 4. To highlight this very important day across our province, the Foundation has partnered with many locally-owned coffee shops for our first-ever A Cup for Tomorrow campaign. These enthusiastic partners have committed to help raise awareness and funds in support of cancer prevention and screening activities at CancerCare Manitoba. Activities which help Manitobans like Murray Harrison.

A few years ago, Murray received a colorectal home screening kit in the mail from CancerCare Manitoba on his 50th birthday. A healthy and active person, he thought he didn’t need to complete the test. With his wife’s encouragement, Murray took the test. He was sure glad he did as it detected early stage colon cancer.

The generous support of donors and committed partners is helping to save lives by funding cancer prevention and early detection initiatives.







LOCAL COFFEE SHOPS HELPING SAVE LIVES WITH A CUP FOR TOMORROW


On World Cancer Day we are on a mission to raise awareness and help local businesses thrive. Will you join us? Take action by donating TODAY or support local by visiting the following coffee shops on Thursday, February 4 for a signature drink (latte, coffee or tea) and from some, a treat!





Start the movement. Tag @cancercarembfdn and the local coffee shop in your Instagram stories with the hashtag #ACupForTomorrow.



Find the participating coffee shop closest to you on our A Cup for Tomorrow map!




Share your passion to help #ProtectYourTomorrows.


This World Cancer Day let your friends know cancer prevention is important. You just may inspire them to join the movement.

Use the hashtag #ProtectYourTomorrows and tag the Foundation @cancercarembfdn in your social media feeds and follow our local social ambassadors on Instagram to learn what #ProtectYourTomorrows means to them: