Hope & Cope

We’re here to help you live well at every stage of cancer. Whether you are dealing with a new diagnosis, a recurrence or advanced cancer, we’ve got your covered with innovative, evidence-based programs, offered in a warm, welcoming environment.

Special Events

March 8-20, 2018

Kili Climb to Kick Cancer: A fundraiser for Hope & Cope     

Have you ever dreamed of reaching the highest peak of Africa? Here’s your chance to do just that with a group of like-minded people who share your adventurous spirit and the desire to give back.  Your training and hard work will be rewarded with majestic views throughout the climb and the satisfaction of helping cancer survivors with every step you take on this magical journey.  To learn more, contact us at us  514-340-8222 x26868, or send an email to: [email protected]

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Monday, November 20th  from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Attention all knitters!

If you are a knitter, belong to a knitting club or want to learn how to knit for a great cause, come and meet nurse, Judy François Bridgwater who will tell you all about a very exciting project between Hope & Cope and Knitted Knockers Canada! Register at 514 340-3616.

To learn more, go to: knittedknockerscanada.com

Latest News

Special awards presented at volunteer reception

Two-thousand-and-seventeen has been a very special year as we continue to celebrate both the 36th anniversary of Hope & Cope and the 10th anniversary of our Cancer Wellness Centre. In honour of these milestones, Hope & Cope held a special Volunteer Reception...

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Answering the call

Our 2016 Annual Review is out and we are pleased to share it with you! In these pages, you will find numerous examples of people who answered the call and in many cases, who made the calls, as volunteers, as cancer survivors, as caregivers, as ordinary people moved to...

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Our Founder, Sheila Kussner, was featured in Montréal Centre-Ville, a bilingual magazine with a focus on the heart of Montreal -
its downtown core.

MONTRÉAL CENTRE_VILLE est LE magazine bilingue au cœur de Montréal. Il donne le goût de visiter la ville et d’explorer toute l’effervescence de son activité urbaine.
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TBT - In the mid 1980s, AJCS (Allied Jewish Community Services, the forerunner to Federation CJA) presented Hope & Cope with its coveted Community Service Award.

L'espoir, c'est la vie était récipiendaire d'un prix pour service communautaire.
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On this chilly fall morning, members of the Men's Club are meeting in the Wellness Centre dining room for coffee and conversation. Open to men who have cancer, the Club meets the 3rd Tuesday of every month. Some of the meetings feature guest speakers on diverse topics such as stress management, cancer and sexuality, and treatment/research updates. For more information, contact Sandy Lipkus, 514 340-8222, ext. 22591.

La plupart des rencontres du Club pour hommes se tiennent au Centre de bien-être, où l'on invite souvent des conférenciers à traiter des differents sujets, dont la gestion du stress, le cancer et la sexualité, etc. Pour plus de détails, communiquez avec Sandy Lipkus, 514 340-8222, poste 22591.
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Rescheduled for November 20th

Attention all knitters!

If you are a knitter, belong to a knitting club or want to learn how you can knit for a great cause, come and meet nurse, Judy François Bridgwater on Monday, October 16th from 6-7:30 p.m. Judy is eager to get you involved in a very exciting project between Hope & Cope and Knitted Knockers Canada! Register at 514 340-3616.

To learn more, go to: knittedknockerscanada.com

Tricotez des nichons!

Avec ou sans expérience...Venez rencontrer Judy François Bridgwater, infirmière,lelundi 16 octobre de 18 h à 19 h 30. Vous deviendrez membre d’un club de tricot qui a pour mission de soutenir les femmes atteintes du cancer du sein suite à une chirurgie. SVP confirmez votre présence au 514 340-3616.
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In this season of gratitude, we give thanks to our wonderful volunteers and to all the caregivers out there who offer their presence, their grace and their support to those dealing with cancer. Happy Thanksgiving and Happy Succot from all of us at Hope & Cope.

Joyeuses fêtes à tous nos bénévoles et à tous les aidants naturels. Merci pour votre soutien remarquable.
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GET INVOLVED

Hope & Cope is funded through the generous financial support of the community. Every gift, large or small, makes a difference.

Survivorship Day 2014 service with a smile

Experience the rewards of giving back! Join our team of 500+ volunteers.

at the grill

Doing good is good for business! Find out how we can work together to reap the rewards of corporate social responsibility.