Today, 8 Canadians will learn they have brain cancer 2. That’s 3,000 Canadians each year.
Additionally, everyday a further 19 Canadians will learn that they have a non-malignant brain tumour 3. Non-malignant brain tumours can be just as life-altering.
Hats for Hope is a national brain tumour awareness campaign that provides hope for those affected. Hope through support. Hope through research. Hope for a cure.
Join us on October 24, 2019 – the second annual Brain Cancer Awareness Day in Canada – or any day during International Brain Tumour Awareness Week, October 26 – November 2, 2019, by wearing a hat, taking a selfie or group photo, and sharing it using #HatsForHope and tagging @braintumourfdn.
New this year, we will be selling Hats for Hope toques with proceeds going to fund much needed hope for those affected by a brain tumour.
Mark your calendar and help us rally the community!
Organize a #HatsForHope Team Toque Day – work with your office, school, team mates, or friends to wear hats and collect funds to provide hope to Canadians affected by a brain tumour. Be sure to share them using #HatsForHope!
Consider a donation. All funds will go towards research into brain tumours and supporting those currently living with this condition.Donate
About Brain Tumours and Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada
Brain tumours are unpredictable and complex. They can affect vision, hearing, memory, balance and mobility. Their effects are physical, emotional, financial, and last a lifetime. There is no cure.
We’re here to help anyone affected by any type of brain tumour. Support from donors, corporations and community foundations means the estimated 55,000 Canadians living with a brain tumour can find hope. Hope through research. Hope through patient and survivor support. Hope for a cure.
Thank you for your support of Hats for Hope!