Hats for Hope

Today, 27 Canadians will learn they have a brain tumour 1.

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.

Piper Gilles
Canadian Olympic Ice Dancer

About Hats for Hope

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.

Brain Cancer Awareness Day

October 24th, 2019

International Brain Tumour Awareness Week

October 26th, 2019 – November 2nd, 2019

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!

Get Involved Canada! It’s easy as 1, 2, Selfie.

1. On October 24 get your toque on and encourage family, friends and colleagues to toque-it-up with you!

2. You can buy a toque or wear a hat of your own. 2019 toques are sold out.

Take a selfie or group shot, share it on social media using #HatsforHope. Don’t forget to tag @BrainTumourFDN so we can see your hats, add them to our site and share them on our social channels.

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