After many months of looking for a new home, the Cancer Assistance Program is moving a few doors to the west.
“We have signed a lease agreement to move into the RBC building here on Concession Street,” said Cancer Assistance Program (CAP) executive director Debbie Logel Butler, who expects they will be moving in over the summer following renovations.
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An Evening of Caring
A HUGE thank you to all of our many sponsors and donors of the Gala and to all that attended and participated in the many activities of the evening.
With your help we were able to raise over $75,000 (net) to help support CAP’s ongoing efforts to provide support to those within the community.
We hope to see you again in November 2018 to celebrate our 25th anniversary with us.
Did you get a chance to check out the many pictures from our Evening of Caring? To view nearly 200 pictures from the evening, check out our Facebook page
A HUGE thank you goes out to all of our many walkers, sponsors, donors and pledges. And, of course, thank you to our 40 volunteers, including ArcelorMittal Dofasco Team Orange volunteers, and staff that contributed their time to ensure the Walk proceeded smoothly.
We were so very honoured to have husband and wife team, Jim and Cathy Sheppard, kick-off our third annual CARE Walk, held at Hamilton’s beautiful Bayfront Park. This is their second year participating in our CARE Walk and we look foward to having them join us for many years to come!
Pictures coming soon!
And the pictures are in….
CAP board and staff were honoured to recognize our many volunteers last week, during our annual volunteer appreciation ceremony, which also fell during National Volunteer Week.
We honoured 182 men, women and youth that contributed 18,606 hours in 2016, in addition to the many volunteers that have joined us in 2017. Continue Reading
Volunteers give thousands of free rides to cancer patients Continue Reading