#GivingTuesday
Thank You to our Generous #GivingTuesday Donors - Margo Kennedy - In Memory of Clare | Danny Ghazarian | Sheldon Lifshen | Tracy Thorne - In Honour of Branden Thorne | Sally and Norm Boucher | Anne Campbell - In Honour of Bruce Campbell | Anne Sutherland | Gillian Gillespie | Demo Aliferis | Michael G Meacher | Patti McKenzie | Kerrie Heffernan | Ingrid fothergill | Oshawa Clinic | Sylvia Anstey | Joseph Skura | Willie Macrae | Tihomir Sudetic | Anne Thomson - In Honour of All those who bravely lead the way. | Santa Minardi - In Memory of Sean Faught (My son-in-law) | Jon. A |
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Be a part of #GivingTuesdayCa and make a difference for Canadians whose lives have been changed by melanoma.

GivingTuesday is the global day of giving that happens each year after Black Friday and Cyber Monday. On December 3rd, the Melanoma Network of Canada (MNC) is participating in #GivingTuesdayCa.  Every bulb purchased will have a direct impact on Canadians living with melanoma.

$25 = 1 Bulb, $50 = 3 Bulbs, $100 = 7 Bulbs, $250 = 30 bulbs

Thank you for helping us light the Giving Tuesday Melanoma Wreath. Your donations have a direct impact on Canadians living with Melanoma. 

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Thank you to our Generous Donors

Margo Kennedy – In Memory of Clare
Danny Ghazarian
Sheldon Lifshen
Tracy Thorne – In Honour of Branden Thorne
Sally and Norm Boucher
Anne Campbell – In Honour of Bruce Campbell
Anne Sutherland
Gillian Gillespie
Demo Aliferis
Michael G Meacher
Patti McKenzie
Kerrie Heffernan – Stronger Together!
Ingrid fothergill – Never loose hope!
Oshawa Clinic
Sylvia Anstey
Joseph Skura
Willie Macrae
Tihomir Sudetic
Anne Thomson – In Honour of All those who bravely lead the way
Santa Minardi – In Memory of Sean Faught (My son-in-law)
Jon A.

 

It is estimated roughly 7,800 Canadians were newly diagnosed with melanoma in 2019. MNC provides educational resources, one-on-one support, and information sessions to those who have been newly diagnosed. Your support directly impacts the thousands of patients and caregivers we communicate with each year via calls, emails, support groups and educational sessions. We could not provide these programs without generous donors like yourself. Please join us in building a future without melanoma.

Your Donation Has Impact
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Other Ways to Give:

There is no “right” way to participate as long as it supports generosity and giving. Donate, volunteer time, help a neighbor, or spread the word.

Volunteer
Becoming a volunteer makes an important difference in someone else’s life and often makes a positive difference in your own life. Being a volunteer offers different rewards for everyone. In fact, many volunteers say sharing their time makes them feel good, helps to build new friendships, and widens their network of support. To become a Melanoma Network volunteer click here or call 1-877-560-8035 x108

Organize a Giving Tuesday Event
Anything is possible when it comes to organizing your own community or workplace event is support of the Melanoma Network of Canada this Giving Tuesday. From bake sales to karaoke nights, hosting your own event is a  fun and easy way to raise funds.

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Support GivingTuesday with the #UNselfie
Last year thousands of people told the world why they support the causes they care about by sharing an #UNselfie. This expression of giving took on a life of its own with world leaders and major celebrities joining everyday people to tell their giving stories. Take photos and create a Twitter/Facebook campaign to drive awareness to the Melanoma Network of Canada check out the #UNselfie toolkit here

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