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CancerFightClub is a Hope & Cope grassroots initiative made up of committed young adult cancer community members (fighters, survivors, lifers, supporters and professionals) from across Montreal and Quebec (Canada).
Our programs include peer support, workshops and seminars, retreats, exercise and physical activities, and social get-togethers. You also will have access to Hope & Cope’s professional expertise and wide variety of resources.
Our En famille program provides additional support for young families in which a parent has cancer.
Are you a Young Adult (18-39) dealing with cancer and looking to connect with a fun group of like-minded individuals who understand what you’re going through? Join us at the Hope & Cope Wellness Centre for a potluck supper and brainstorming session about possible activities for 2019.
From game nights, pub nights and movie nights to cooking, support groups, holiday celebrations and more – the sky’s the limit. (Well, almost!) Share your ideas, help shape our programs for the coming year and be part of a team dedicated to YOUR well-being.
Space is limited so please confirm your registration by calling: 514-340-3616, or by email at: email@example.com, and put “YA Potluck” in the subject line.
P.S. Please bring indoor shoes.
P.P.S. As food allergies are common, please affix a label listing the ingredients in the dish you are bringing.
It’s that time again to gather your friends, colleagues and anyone you know who likes to party and join us for a fabulous evening in support of a great cause! All proceeds will support our CancerFightClub program for young adults. Cocktails, 4-course meal, open bar, live music, raffles and some special surprises will keep you entertained all evening long. Tickets are $180 each until the end of February, so purchase yours today by clicking here: AP Fund Gala
Hodgkin Lymphoma Conference for Adolescents and Young Adults, April 6 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at McGill Faculty of Medicine, McIntyre Building
Presented by Lymphoma Canada, the Jewish General Hospital and McGill University, this conference will discuss topics such as Hodgkin Lymphoma 101, nutrition, managing the side effects of chemotherapy, staying in shape and fertility. Open to young adult patients, caregivers and the general public. The conference will be held in English. Free, but advanced registration is required: AYA lymphoma conference registration
Jouvence February 15th to 17th 2019
We would like to thank our sponsors for their continuous support to offer this free week-end to our Young Adults.