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Our Donors

Our dedicated donors are making a difference for people affected by cancer, and we are deeply grateful. Thank you for your support.

You are making a difference

These donors are helping us change the future of cancer forever. Together, we're able to fund the most promising cancer research, provide a support system for all those affected by cancer, and shape health policies to prevent cancer and support those living with the disease.

Feature stories

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Palliative advocate

Debbie O’Brien’s father was committed to making a difference. Through her work with the Don and Shirley Green Family Charitable Foundation, Debbie is continuing his legacy by improving palliative care across Canada.  
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Community Impact 

From Halifax to Vancouver, the Mortgage Professionals Canada (MPC) Foundation is supporting local fundraising efforts to create a nationwide impact.
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A family legacy 

Jimmy Chan and Felicia Fu live by a motto: it is better to give than to receive. This principle has been the driving force behind their support of the Canadian Cancer Society for more than a decade.
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Advancing research

For Diane Campbell, giving is deeply personal, which is why she supports causes close to her heart. Her generosity helps fund lung cancer research in Atlantic Canada.  
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Gifting the future

“Mom suffered a lot, but she was so very strong.” Dan and Marylee Cross share their personal journey with cancer and the importance of supporting the cancer treatments of the future.
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The super volunteer

“I wish there were more opportunities to volunteer.” From facing bankruptcy to becoming a successful entrepreneur, Shirley Shaw shares what motivates her to give back.