Special thank you for your support!
Anna Dahonick Fund
Anna made her approach clear. She appreciated having an understanding community for young adults with cancer. As treatments improve, chronic cancer is becoming more common. Anna wanted to enhance the understanding of chronic cancer, and the ability to manage living in that space. Thank you for making a donation in Anna's honour to an organization that brought the gift of connection when she needed it most.Read more
Taylor Bell Memorial Fund
Taylor Bell's family has honoured her legacy through the Taylor Bell Fund since 2015 after she died of acute myeloid leukemia. All donations from this event support organizations that were very close to Taylor’s heart, like Young Adult Cancer Canada (YACC).Read more
Patty (Jarvis) MacMillan -- "Don't Waste Your Dash"
Patty was an engaged family member, cat-lover, concert-goer, and active member of the YACC community until she died from ovarian cancer in 2019. She encouraged other young adults to reach out to YACC's supportive community to help them live with, through, and beyond cancer, and her legacy will continue through the lives of those young adults whose lives are changed through Patty (Jarvis) MacMillan -- "Don't Waste Your Dash."Read more
Jody Mason's "Don't Waste The Happy" Fund
Jody’s family and friends are committed to spending the rest of their lives to honour his memory and build a legacy to aid in continuing his work with YACC to help more young adults experience the power of connection, and support them to “not waste the happy.” Your donations will help young adults dealing with cancer in their late teens, 20s, and 30s connect with a supportive community through digital, local, and national events.Read more
Stephen Michell Fund
Steve was a strong fighter from a very young age. His family says it was incredible to see a seven-year-old tackle the adversities of multiple orthopedic surgeries and grow into a young adult obtaining a university business degree with a brain tumour growing inside his head. Steve never backed down from a fight. He took each day as it came and contributed so much during his 25 year journey. Steve’s family is committed to honouring his request to help more young adults experience the power of connecting with others who “get it.”Read more