UPDATE ON COVID-19 AND OUR FUNDRAISING EFFORTS:
March 24, 2020
The health of our donors, volunteers and staff are important to us. The Northern Cancer Foundation staff will be working remotely until further notice.
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YOUR DONATIONS MATTER!
In response to donors wanting to support Health Sciences North / Horizon Santé-Nord during Covid -19 our three Foundations including; Health Sciences North Foundation, NEO Kids Foundation and Northern Cancer Foundation are working together to support HSN’s highest priority needs. We have created a “Covid-19 Support Fund” and are now accepting donations to purchase necessary equipment and supplies to support our front line heath care workers at Health Sciences North.
To donate please visit: https://hsnf.akaraisin.com/COVID19.
Now and in the coming weeks, it is critical for us to come together as a community. We appreciate your continued support.
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About the Foundation
March 19, 1992
Over 30 Million
Supported by Over 100
Every Penny Received
Stays in the Community
Who We Are
Our researchers continue to work towards improving cancer care through innovative research that is making an impact on the world stage. These highly educated and motivated individuals have successfully obtained millions of dollars in grant monies that are contributing towards finding a cure and improving the lives of those living with cancer. Without the work of the NCF, nationally competitive research programs would not exist at the Northeast Cancer Centre.
The NCF has also initiated collaborations with the HSN, Laurentian University and the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM). Through these partnerships we have brought new dollars into the community and provided support for high quality educational training experiences to university students, aspiring scientists, and medical practitioners.
In total, the NCF has worked with and been supported by over one hundred (100) separate organizations and groups- secondary schools, mine and smelter workers, Royal Canadian Legionnaires, Service Clubs, Community Groups, families and individuals- all of whom have been generous and committed in making every contribution of which they were capable. All have endeavored to rid society of cancer and all united in their desire to make a difference.
The NCF will continue to move forward with a renewed focus in supporting vital patient care, new equipment and research. Together with the NCC and the HSN, we will continue to prosper and offer world class care for patients and their families of the Northeast.