From small change to major gifts, our donors keep us going!

Hope & Cope does not receive any funding from the government. Our very existence depends on the continued support of our donors.

Please help keep our services free! Every gift, large or small, makes a difference. You can donate to our general fund, to support our most urgent needs, in honour of someone, to celebrate a special occasion or in memory of a loved one.

Click here to read the first edition of The Buzz  our donor newsletter!

We've got the powerHope & Cope’s Compassionate Fund responds to urgent financial requests from cancer patients who, often with no other resources or support, cannot meet their basic needs. In the past year alone, the Fund has helped to pay for rent and hydro expenses, grocery coupons, taxi vouchers to and from treatment, airfare to bring a sibling to Montreal to provide a life-saving stem cell transplant and much, much more.

From car washes to garage sales to walk-a-thons and bridge games, third-party fundraisers are an important source of income for us. If you are interested in hosting a fundraiser of your own for Hope & Cope, we’d love to hear from you.

Consider making a lasting impact by

  • Establishing a lifetime Endowment Fund
  • Donating publicly listed securities
  • Donating through a bequest in your will
  • Giving by means of a charitable annuity
  • Giving a gift of life insurance

Please contact us for further information on these and other giving opportunities by calling 514 340-8255.

To donate online, click here. (Please note that you will be directed to the JGH Foundation, which administers all donations made to Hope & Cope.)

2 hours ago

Hope & Cope

When a parent has cancer

We are pleased to introduce a great new resource: a booklet called Talking to Children About Advanced Cancer. Produced by our En famille program, it is geared for families with children under 18 in which a parent has cancer. To download your copy, in English or French, visit our web site: www.hopeandcope.ca/young-adults-young-families/en-famille/

For more information, please contact the book's author, Sandy Lipkus, at 514 340-8222, ext. 22591.

Écrit dans une langue simple, claire, aussi bien en français qu’en anglais et merveilleusement illustré, ce petit livre est maintenant disponible sur notre site web: www.lespoircestlavie.ca/jeunes-adultes-et-jeunes-famillies/en-famille/.
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2 days ago

Hope & Cope

The power of exercise

Since the Wellness Centre opened almost 12 years ago, more than 3,000 participants have benefited from our Cancer Exercise Program. Under the watchful supervision of our physiotherapist and kinesiologist with the assistance of specially trained volunteers, participants learn how to improve their endurance, balance, flexibility and strength, leading to better tolerance of treatment side effects and improving their quality of life.

And you don’t have to be a fashionista to appreciate the variety of stylish leggings worn by our staff!

Depuis l'ouverture de notre Centre du bien-être en 2007, lus de 3 000 participants ont profité du notre programme
d' exercice.
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3 days ago

Hope & Cope

The faces behind the knitting needles

This morning, we traveled to Chateuguay, to meet and thank members of the Montérégie West Community Network's Knitting Club as they were enjoying their annual potluck lunch. What an awesome, tight-knit group of women who are so generous with their time and talent!

Tous les trois mois, Susanna Langevin et d'autres membres du MWCN déposent plusieurs gros sacs remplis des couvertures que L'espoir, c'est la vie distribue aux patients qui subissent des traitements de chimiothérapie.
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1 week ago

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Bons conseils du Dr Michael Pollak.

CIUSSS Centre-Ouest Montréal / CIUSSS West-Central Montreal
« Vous êtes ce que vous mangez » est un adage bien connu qui s’avère encore plus vrai lorsque vient le temps de parler de cancer.
Mais quels sont les liens entre ce que nous mangeons et la prévention de la maladie ? Est-ce que notre alimentation peut avoir un impact pendant que l’on reçoit des traitements contre le cancer ?

Pour nous en dire davantage sur ces questions, Carl Thériault s’entretient avec Dr Michael Pollak, Directeur du Centre de prévention du cancer au Centre de cancer Segal, à l’Hôpital général juif.

#UnisParLesSoins #sante #bienetre #cancer #nutrition #podcast #balado #VotreSante Santé Montréal Hope & Cope CancerFightClub Community Société canadienne du cancer Société de recherche sur le cancer / Cancer Research Society
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