1 in 8 Canadian women
will develop breast cancer in her lifetime
She is our sister, mother, wife, grandmother, aunt, colleague, neighbour, friend. Help us find a cure.
The CURE Foundation is a vehicle powered by the energy of giving. CURE provides Canadians from all walks of life the opportunity to contribute to the fight against breast cancer. Become part of a community that makes a difference.
What We Fund
We fund basic and clinical research because science is the key to finding a cure.
We purchase much-needed hospital equipment to ensure timely and effective diagnosis and treatment of those affected with the disease.
We support community projects because those living with breast cancer today need support that extends far beyond what our health care system can do on its own.
Aldo Bensadoun – Outstanding Philanthropist
November 15th, 2017 - Today long-time supporter of CURE Foundation Aldo Bensadoun is being honoured as Outstanding Philanthropist by @Association des professionnels en philanthropie - AFP section du Québec. Well deserved for someone who has done so much for the Foundation!
For over 10 years, the CURE Foundation has been so fortunate to count on the support of Giant Tiger, a strong ally in the fight to improve outcomes for those affected by breast cancer. Through its sale of CURE merchandise, Giant Tiger has contributed a total of $1,118,157 to the Foundation. Wow!
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Over 20 years of participation by the English Montreal School Board
On May 16th, 2017 CURE thanked representatives from the EMSB for the school board’s outstanding contributions over the last twenty years in the fight against breast cancer. With 80 schools and close to 25,000 students, staff and teachers participating, the EMSB is the largest- and longest-standing institutional participant in National Denim Day.
CURE’s Executive Director Robyn Dalton presented the award to the Director General of the EMSB, Ann Marie Matheson and thanked all those in attendance for the incredible contribution of over $400,000 since 1998.