Sunday, 12 September 2021

CANCER CROSSING ASSISTS WITH TRAVEL COSTS SO PATIENT CAN RECEIVE TREATMENT CLOSE TO FAMILY

Cancer Crossing has assisted a woman with colon cancer who lives in the Interlake Region of Manitoba with her husband.
She has opted to take treatment in a location that is a 382 km round trip from her home.  She is doing this because this location is closer to her family supports which she feels she needs at this time.  Her and her husband are both retired and are limited to pension income.
The cost of fuel is a financial stressor for this couple.
Cancer Crossing is pleased to assist with the travel expenses so that she may access her treatment close to her family.

Cancer Crossing helps those who 'fall between the cracks'.

Please support our cause so we can continue to assist cancer patients! We are receiving many requests.
Cheques may be mailed to Cancer Crossing Inc., 1-1660 Kenaston Blvd., PO Box 70029, Winnipeg, MB R3P 0X6 or you can contribute by PayPal on our blog at cancercrossing.org.

Buying our book 'Cancer Crossing' at AccuCare Canada, 400 Tache in Winnipeg or at The Unexpected Gift, 564 Osborne Street, Unit 2, in Winnipeg helps cancer patients too. You can also buy a book through us directly at info@cancercrossing.com

100% of your donation goes to cancer patients. We are all volunteers and all of our operating expenses are paid by Sponsors.

Thank you so much and please remember to let cancer patients know we are here to assist - they can message us through Facebook, e-mail us at info@cancercrossing.com or send a written request by mail.

Wednesday, 11 August 2021

CANCER CROSSING ASSISTS WINNIPEG MAN WITH RECTAL CANCER WHO IS FINANCIALLY INSECURE AS A RESULT OF HIS CANCER EXPERIENCE

Cancer Crossing has assisted a Winnipeg man with rectal cancer.  This is a second cancer for this gentleman as he has dealt with leukemia in the past.

He had surgery for the rectal cancer and when he was ready to go back to work, he found out his position had been eliminated.  He is now recovering from an ileostomy reversal.  His regular EI has run out and he has applied for EI disability but his application is pending.  

He is financially insecure as a result of needing to step away from his life to deal with his cancer which put him out of the workforce and into financial need.  Cancer Crossing has been able to give him a bit of a leg up on his situation.

Cancer Crossing helps those who 'fall between the cracks'.

Please support our cause so we can continue to assist cancer patients! We are receiving many requests.

Cheques may be mailed to Cancer Crossing Inc., 1-1660 Kenaston Blvd., PO Box 70029, Winnipeg, MB R3P 0X6 or you can contribute by PayPal on our blog at cancercrossing.org.

Buying our book 'Cancer Crossing' at AccuCare Canada, 400 Tache in Winnipeg or at The Unexpected Gift, 564 Osborne Street, Unit 2, in Winnipeg helps cancer patients too. You can also buy a book through us directly at info@cancercrossing.com

100% of your donation goes to cancer patients. We are all volunteers and all of our operating expenses are paid by Sponsors.

Thank you so much and please remember to let cancer patients know we are here to assist - they can message us through Facebook, e-mail us at info@cancercrossing.com or send a written request by mail.

Monday, 2 August 2021

CANCER CROSSING ASSISTS ANAPLASTIC T-CELL LYMPHOMA PATIENT WITH TRAVEL TO TREATMENT

Cancer Crossing has assisted a gentleman from Northern Manitoba.  He has been diagnosed with Anaplastic T-cell Lymphoma and needs to travel to Thompson and Winnipeg for his many appointments.  He has been getting chemo in Thompson but is not doing well.  He has been referred to the palliative care program. 
His wife has health issues of her own and they are struggling financially. 
The cost of travelling to Thompson has been a financial struggle and they need help. 
Cancer Crossing is pleased to have been able to offer travel support to this gentleman for his many trips to Thompson for treatment.  

Cancer Crossing helps those who 'fall between the cracks'.

Please support our cause so we can continue to assist cancer patients! We are receiving many requests.

Cheques may be mailed to Cancer Crossing Inc., 1-1660 Kenaston Blvd., PO Box 70029, Winnipeg, MB R3P 0X6 or you can contribute by PayPal on our blog at cancercrossing.org.

Buying our book 'Cancer Crossing' at AccuCare Canada, 400 Tache in Winnipeg or at The Unexpected Gift, 564 Osborne Street, Unit 2, in Winnipeg helps cancer patients too. You can also buy a book through us directly at info@cancercrossing.com

100% of your donation goes to cancer patients. We are all volunteers and all of our operating expenses are paid by Sponsors.

Thank you so much and please remember to let cancer patients know we are here to assist - they can message us through Facebook, e-mail us at info@cancercrossing.com or send a written request by mail.

Thursday, 8 July 2021

CANCER CROSSING ASSISTS TEENAGER WITH EWING SARCOMA WITH PURCHASE OF A WIG

Cancer Crossing has assisted a Manitoba family with the purchase of a wig for their teenage daughter.

She has Ewing Sarcoma and is undergoing chemo and radiation.  Her mother was wanting to get her a wig to help her feel more comfortable at school and in public settings.  This girl has a sparkling personality and is amazing and is looking forward to getting a wig so that she can 'feel like herself'.  Cancer Crossing recognizes how the loss of hair is unsettling and overall traumatic especially for a young girl whose sense of self, and self-confidence, are still developing and we are so happy that we can help this family.

Cancer Crossing helps those who 'fall between the cracks'.

Please support our cause so we can continue to assist cancer patients! We are receiving many requests.  Cheques may be mailed to Cancer Crossing Inc., 1-1660 Kenaston Blvd., PO Box 70029, Winnipeg, MB R3P 0X6 or you can contribute by PayPal on our website.

Buying our book 'Cancer Crossing' at AccuCare Canada, 400 Tache in Winnipeg or at The Unexpected Gift, 564 Osborne Street, Unit 2, in Winnipeg helps cancer patients too. You can also buy a book through us directly at info@cancercrossing.com

100% of your donation goes to cancer patients. We are all volunteers and all of our operating expenses are paid by Sponsors.

Thank you so much and please remember to let cancer patients know we are here to assist - they can message us through Facebook, e-mail us at info@cancercrossing.com or send a written request by mail.

Thursday, 3 June 2021

CANCER CROSSING ASSISTS WITH NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS AND INCONTINENCE PRODUCTS

Cancer Crossing has assisted a Western Manitoba gentleman with metastatic cancer.  He is the caregiver to his spouse who has suffered a stroke.  He is living on a basic pension and relies on nutritional supplements as well as incontinent products and is finding the costs of these items to be a financial burden. Cancer Crossing has assisted this patient with the cost of nutritional supplements and incontinence products.

Cancer Crossing helps those who 'fall between the cracks'.

Please support our cause so we can continue to assist cancer patients! We are receiving many requests.Cheques may be mailed to Cancer Crossing Inc., 1-1660 Kenaston Blvd., PO Box 70029, Winnipeg, MB R3P 0X6 or you can contribute by PayPal on our website.

Buying our book 'Cancer Crossing' at AccuCare Canada, 400 Tache in Winnipeg or at The Unexpected Gift, 564 Osborne Street, Unit 2, in Winnipeg helps cancer patients too. You can also buy a book through us directly at info@cancercrossing.com

100% of your donation goes to cancer patients. We are all volunteers and all of our operating expenses are paid by Sponsors.

Thank you so much and please remember to let cancer patients know we are here to assist - they can message us through Facebook, e-mail us at info@cancercrossing.com or send a written request by mail.

Tuesday, 4 May 2021

CANCER CROSSING HELPS TORONTO CANCER PATIENT WITH PUBLIC TRANSIT TO EXERCISE PROGRAM

Cancer Crossing has assisted a 36 year old woman in Toronto with Stage IV colon cancer.  

She is unemployed having left a full time job to retrain in a different sector.  As she was looking for a new job and looking forward to new beginnings, she received her diagnosis.  She was unable to continue her job search as treatment has taken a physical toll on her body.

She is living with her parents who are retired but has additional expenses as a result of the cancer diagnosis she does not want to burden her parents with.  Specifically, there is a cancer exercise program she wants to join to help maintain some normalcy in her life.  

Cancer Crossing has provided this patient with funds to cover her travel to and from the exercise program as the program is quite a distance from her home and public transportation in Toronto is expensive.

Cancer Crossing helps those who 'fall between the cracks'.

Please support our cause so we can continue to assist cancer patients! We are receiving many requests.

Cheques may be mailed to Cancer Crossing Inc., 1-1660 Kenaston Blvd., PO Box 70029, Winnipeg, MB R3P 0X6 or you can contribute by PayPal on our website.

Buying our book 'Cancer Crossing' at AccuCare Canada, 400 Tache in Winnipeg or at The Unexpected Gift, 564 Osborne Street, Unit 2, in Winnipeg helps cancer patients too. You can also buy a book through us directly at info@cancercrossing.com

100% of your donation goes to cancer patients. We are all volunteers and all of our operating expenses are paid by Sponsors.

Thank you so much and please remember to let cancer patients know we are here to assist - they can message us through Facebook, e-mail us at info@cancercrossing.com or send a written request by mail.

Saturday, 3 April 2021

CANCER CROSSING ASSISTS WITH FUEL COSTS FOR RURAL CANCER PATIENT TO DRIVE TO WINNIPEG AS THE VOLUNTEER DRIVING PROGRAM HAS NO VOLUNTEER

 Cancer Crossing has assisted a 75 year old gentleman from Manitoba's Interlake Region.

He was diagnosed with prostate cancer and will require 30 radiation treatments in Winnipeg.  The volunteer driving program is unavailable as the program is without a volunteer in his area.

He has opted to travel to Winnipeg and back for each treatment which will involve considerable fuel expense - yet this option is much cheaper than staying in Winnipeg for the period.  In addition, he takes comfort in his home and would prefer to return home after each treatment.

He and his wife are both on pension and therefore have a limited fixed income.  

Cancer Crossing has assisted this gentleman with fuel for his many trips to Winnipeg for care.  

Cancer Crossing helps those who 'fall between the cracks'.

Please support our cause so we can continue to assist cancer patients! We are receiving many requests.

Cheques may be mailed to Cancer Crossing Inc., 1-1660 Kenaston Blvd., PO Box 70029, Winnipeg, MB R3P 0X6 or you can contribute by PayPal on our website.

Buying our book 'Cancer Crossing' at AccuCare Canada, 400 Tache in Winnipeg or at The Unexpected Gift, 564 Osborne Street, Unit 2, in Winnipeg helps cancer patients too. You can also buy a book through us directly at info@cancercrossing.com

100% of your donation goes to cancer patients. We are all volunteers and all of our operating expenses are paid by Sponsors.

Thank you so much and please remember to let cancer patients know we are here to assist - they can message us through Facebook, e-mail us at info@cancercrossing.com or send a written request by mail.