This year marks the 25th Anniversary since Lymphoma Canada was founded. We want to celebrate this milestone by acknowledging members of the community we serve. Whether you’re a patient or a supporter, we would like to hear your story.
By sharing your story, you’ll help raise awareness of lymphoma and provide comfort to others going through similar experiences.
If you are not comfortable sharing your story, that is okay! There are a number of ways you can get involved and support Lymphoma Canada throughout this momentous anniversary. Keep reading to find out how you can get involved.
We hear often from patients that being able to share their story, and hearing the stories of others is an important part of going through the lymphoma experience. While no patient’s situation is the same, there is always something to be learned from hearing someone’s thoughts and reflections on their lymphoma journey. When you share your story, you help others who are going through similar experiences. Click on the button below to share your story now.
Lymphoma Canada would not be able to provide the aid and resources we do to the lymphoma community without supporters like you!
We invite you to share your story if:
- You have/had a loved one who was diagnosed with lymphoma
- You have helped us educate the lymphoma community (researchers, speakers at educational forums etc.)
- You are an advocate for lymphoma awareness
- You have participated, sponsored or hosted events for Lymphoma Canada
- You have donated to Lymphoma Canada
Don’t want to share your story?
There are many ways you can support Lymphoma Canada during our 25th anniversary. You can get involved by volunteering, donating, and hosting a fundraising event. Learn more about how you can support lymphoma patients and raise awareness by clicking here or contacting us at email@example.com or giving us a call at 1.866.659.5556
Our success over the last 25 years would not be possible without the generosity of supporters like you. Please donate today so that we can continue supporting the Canadian lymphoma community.