Bladder Cancer Canada is a national charity organized to:
- Help bladder cancer patients and their support teams address the day-to-day issues of this disease
- Increase awareness of bladder cancer among the general public and medical community
- Fund research which pursues the diagnosis, treatment and elimination of bladder cancer
About Bladder Cancer Canada
Bladder Cancer Canada, founded in September 2009, is the first and only Canadian patient organization dedicated to bladder cancer issues. Bladder Cancer Canada is a Canadian registered charitable non-profit corporation.
What People Are Saying
"I first learned of BCC from their TV commercial at a crucial time for me - I had been diagnosed that week! I'd also like to thank the volunteers who contacted me within an hour of my initial email (cry for help!) and subsequently for my “go to” support lady in Edmonton. BCC is terrific."
— Thankful in Peterborough
"When I was diagnosed with bladder cancer, my family and friends were very supportive, and that's important. But, nothing compares with support from someone who has gone through the same things as you have. That's what BCC gave me!"
— Stephen Wilson
"Thank you for responding so positively when we reached out! Your call and emails made all the difference with this diagnosis... We are very grateful that we found BCC."
— Ray and Pat Wood
" In Dawn’s memory, I chose BCC as beneficiary to a legacy gift: a life insurance policy to ensure BCC’s sustainability, while growing patient advocacy, education & research initiatives. Dawn’s spirit of giving continues through this plan."
— G.N., BCC Donor
"I give to Bladder Cancer Canada because it gives patients & their families the information & support they need at a difficult time. It helps them navigate the journey none of us want to be on. They are not alone."
— Valerie MacLeod, Board Member
"I support Bladder Cancer because they support patients. Patient and caregiver support is at the heart of the services that they provide to their community. I know that a patient anywhere in Canada will get personal attention. "
— Ferg Devins, Patient and Volunteer