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Helping women.
Today.

Can you afford to have breast cancer?
For too many Canadians, the answer is no.

THE TRUTH about breast cancer is the financial burden can be just as devastating as the physical and emotional impact. That's why we reduce the financial burden of patients who are living in poverty while in treatment. The funds we raise, directly support breast cancer patients.

We offer SUPPORT, EDUCATION & HOPE.
Learn more about our services below.

COMMUNITY & FINANCIAL SUPPORT

We bridge the gap between the financial reality faced by breast cancer patients and the limited financial assistance available.The funds we raise, directly support breast cancer patients.

 

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women and families supported

>460

 of the financial support provided helps patients pay for basic costs of living: rent, groceries, utilities

75%

healthy meals served

>2000

CORPORATE BREAST HEALTH WEBINARS 

Ensure your employee wellness strategy includes our free 30 minute presentation on breast cancer prevention. 

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MEAL SUPPORT PROGRAM

The Meal Support Program provides healthy, nutritious prepared meals to

low-income breast cancer patients who are struggling with a critical economic burden because of their breast cancer diagnosis.  Available in Ontario and Atlantic Canada.

Who We help...

live on less than

$25K per year

76%

are younger than

50 years of age

48%

are single mothers

40%

are living with metastatic breast cancer

15%

are on social assistance

19%

"I was at the point where I just could not survive any longer and here was this ray of hope shining through the clouds. Not only did I receive financial support: I also received friendship and emotional support. The process is made very easy by BCSF and they respond very quickly. They truly understand the crisis that exists when health stands in the way of work and there is the stress of just trying to get through every day." Ashley

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