The Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada is a dedicated team of volunteers, patients, survivors, family members, health care professionals and staff, determined to make the journey with a brain tumour one full of hope and support. They work collaboratively to serve the needs of those Canadians affected by all types of brain tumours.
Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada
205 Horton St. E, Suite 203
CCBCF aims to fund medical research and raise public awareness for pediatric brain cancer with a particular focus on malignant tumors with low survival rates.
Neurological Health Charities Canada (NHCC) is a collection of organizations that represent people with chronic, often progressive, neurological and/or neuromuscular diseases, disorders, conditions and injuries (brain conditions) in Canada. The NHCC’s role is to provide leadership, evaluating and advancing new opportunities for collaboration specific to advocacy, education and research projects, related to brain health.
Neurological Health Charities Canada
C/O Parkinson Society Canada
316-4211 Yonge Street
Phone: 416.227.9700 ext. 3314
Facebook: My Brain Matters
YouTube: My Brain Matters
Brain Canada’s mission is to increase the scale and scope of funding to accelerate the pace of Canadian brain research; create a collective commitment to brain research across the public, private and voluntary sectors; and deliver transformative, original and outstanding research programs.
Brain Canada Foundation
1200 McGill College Avenue
Suite 1600, Montreal, Quebec
The Brain Tumour Registry of Canada has been established to ensure that every brain tumour in Canada is counted. Until recently, Canada has relied on data from a number of American and Canadian data resources to guide Canadian research, raise awareness, secure government funding and provide support programs – data that is incomplete and not a true reflection of Canada’s brain tumour community.