Where your money goes

First of all, thank you for thinking about supporting the Canadian Cancer Society! We know you have a choice.

The Canadian Cancer Society has more impact against more cancers in more communities than any other charitable organization in Canada.

The Canadian Cancer Society has roots in Saskatchewan that started more than 75 years ago, and a long national history of making a real difference in the fight against cancer. No other cancer organization has offices in communities across Saskatchewan, a volunteer base thousands strong, the credibility that comes from positions based on solid research and the Society’s ability to shape public debate about cancer. We do all this with your help. We spend ninety-three cents of every dollar in Saskatchewan.

We focus our work on the following areas

Funding research to outsmart cancer

The Canadian Cancer Society is Canada’s largest national charitable funder of research, supporting leading-edge projects nationwide. Every day, Society-funded researchers improve how cancer is prevented, diagnosed and treated. Without Society-funded research, many cancer breakthroughs wouldn’t be possible.

Empowering and informing Canadians living with cancer

When faced with a cancer diagnosis, knowledge is power. The Canadian Cancer Society empowers Canadians with timely and accessible cancer information so that they can make informed decisions about their health.

The Canadian Cancer Society provides reliable information about cancer through our local offices, our toll-free Cancer Information Service at 1 888 939-3333 and online at cancer.ca.

Supporting Canadians living with cancer

The Canadian Cancer Society is here to help. The Society offers emotional and practical support programs for people living with cancer. With the help of trained volunteers, we provide telephone or face-to-face support, transportation to treatment and more.

Doing everything we can to prevent cancer

The Canadian Cancer Society promotes healthy lifestyle strategies for reducing cancer risk. The Society encourages Canadians to not smoke, eat a healthy diet, enjoy physical activities, maintain a healthy body weight and protect themselves from the sun.

Advocating for a healthy Canada

The Canadian Cancer Society encourages governments to focus and follow through on their ability to enact laws that will improve health and reduce disease.

Rallying Canadians to get involved

Every year, hundreds of thousands of Canadians advance the Society’s fight against cancer by volunteering and donating. Thanks for joining us in our fight!

Revenue and expense breakdown for the Saskatchewan division (pie chart)

For the fiscal year ending January 31, 2014

Where your money goes

Note: The charts above are based on the 2013-14 financial statements for Saskatchewan but do not form part of those statements and was not reviewed by the Society's auditors.

Please visit cancer.ca/sk for more on this subject, including the breakdown of expenses including fundraising expenses, and to read our strategic plan andreview our financial statements.

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