Each year, the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation (CBCF) directs millions of dollars to breast cancer research and community projects through its granting programs. These programs are integral to fulfilling our mission and realizing our vision of a future without breast cancer. Our grant applications are peer-reviewed by a panel of experts to ensure that every donor dollar supports only the best and most promising breast cancer research and community projects. Ultimately, we believe that all of our cause-related investments will take us one step closer to a future without breast cancer.
Community Partnership Grant Program – Closed
The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation – Prairies/NWT Region invites not-for-profit groups within Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Northwest Territories and Nunavut to apply for funding for breast health and education projects that address breast health needs, awareness and breast cancer education within the community.
Click here to learn more about the Region's Community Partnership Grant Program.
Research Grants – Closed
Cancer research in the areas of biology, prevention, diagnosis and treatment is a critical component to creating a future without breast cancer, which will be diagnosed for an estimated 23,200 women and 180 men in Canada this year.
We strive to be the funder of choice for breast cancer research projects within our Region. For many years, we have supported innovative and catalytic breast cancer research projects by putting donor dollars to work in support of our mission.
Click here to learn more about the Region's Research Grant program.
Post Doctoral Fellowship Competition – Closed
The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation – Prairies/NWT Post Doctoral Fellowships are awarded to the most qualified breast cancer research projects. These awards are intended for qualified recent PhD graduates to provide assistance in launching a career in social, clinical or basic science breast cancer research.
Click here to learn more about the Region's Post Doctoral Fellowship Competition .