Giving Voice to Canadians Concerned About Breast Cancer

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No person should face breast cancer without a supportive community that she/he can turn to for quality information, education and support. Donations from you keep our core programs strong and allow us to develop new projects to benefit all Canadians affected by breast cancer.

Does your employer offer corporate matching? Ask your human resources department to see if your company will match your donation to CBCN.

Single or Monthly Donations

Make a donation online below or send a cheque to:

Canadian Breast Cancer Network
331 Cooper Street, Suite 602
Ottawa, ON K2P 0G5

Give in Memory

Honouring the memory of a loved one with a donation is a meaningful way to celebrate their life. Donations can be made above and donors can share whose memory they are donating in remembrance of. If you would like to order specific CBCN donor cards for a celebration of life or memorial service please call us at 1-800-685-8820.

Leave a Legacy

When planning your will you may want to think about Legacy Giving. This is an important way to ensure that others facing a breast cancer diagnosis continue to have access to the best treatment, information and support. This gift is a tremendous way to ensure that the work that CBCN does as the voice of patients and survivors continues to be a strong voice for future generations and families. Contact cbcn@cbcn.ca to discuss leaving a Legacy Donation.

In Lieu of Gifts

Instead of gifts in celebration of a special event or milestone, why not help others impacted by breast cancer? Or, make a donation to CBCN on someone’s behalf instead of giving a traditional gift; we’ll let them know a donation was made on their behalf. Donate today.

CBCN is a registered charity and issues charitable receipts for all donations. Our Charitable Registration No. is: 889802971RR0001

    If you have a question regarding donation, please contact CBCN at cbcn@cbcn.ca.

    CBCN’s Code of Conduct Governing Corporate Funding

    CBCN commits to adhere to specific policies regarding our financial relationships with commercial entities to minimize the impact of real, potential or perceived conflicts of interest that may arise when patient organizations accept financial support from companies.

    Guiding Principles:

    1. Patient Interest: CBCN will conduct all activities ensuring that the best interests of patients and caregivers affected by breast cancer nationwide is at the forefront of its decision-making.
    2. Integrity and Scrutiny: CBCN will perform its duties with integrity in a manner that will withstand public scrutiny.
    3. Respect: CBCN will respect the stakeholder relations policies of the companies with which they are involved.
    4. Impartiality and Transparency: CBCN will ensure that it is impartial, and objective and that decisions are made based on evidence and merit. CBCN will be as open as possible about all actions that it takes and advice it provides.
    5. Accountability: CBCN will accept accountability for its compliance to this Code and ensure its sponsors are familiar with its policies.

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