GivingTuesday is on November 28th, 2017.
Giving Tuesday may have come and gone but donations throughout the holiday season don’t have to end.
Please Donate so that our programs and services continue to provide a much needed gift all year long.
**no amount is too small.
Thanks to Laurentide Controls, for each donation you make, they will match it (up to a max of $5,000)!
“Laurentide Controls is very proud to support the great work of the Wellness Team and all of the volunteers at the WICWC as well as the wonderful care and programs offered to so many participants. Most of us have been impacted by cancer either directly or indirectly, and we know that residents of the West Island are blessed to have this wellness center to turn to during those difficult times. Keep up the great work!”
Others who benefit from YOUR donation
“This Centre is a lifeline. Without it, I was flailing around in the system and not able to manage my pain. A place that makes me feel safe. A place where I can cry. A place here there are no judgements. I’ve made friends that are in the same situation and we are supporting each other.”
“Every penny helps. Every donation no matter how small makes a difference. The center has given me my life back.”
“I could not think of a better way to give back than to turn my 50th birthday into a fundraiser for the W.I.C.W.C. This center provided my husband, who battled cancer, and myself with the support we needed during the most vulnerable and challenging time of our lives. For this I will be forever grateful.”
“Thank you so much for all you do for the people that attend your centre. When I found out this May that the Thyroid Cancer was back I thought of your Centre and decided that my gift to myself would be to participate in all the wonderful healing therapies you offer.”
“Thank you for being there in the past year. It’s been more relaxing, learning new things spiritually, physically, meeting great people at a Center that has made the past year so much more livable. Thank you for being there.”
LIVING WITH CANCER CAN BE ISOLATING AND SCARY.
“I would have spent more time on my couch watching TV alone. To potential donors, this is a great place that my children and I love coming to with smiles and happiness all around that offers a haven away from the hospital.”,
Pam, WICWC Participant