Scholarships & Bursaries
The Survivor Scholarship Program
The Childhood Cancer Canada Scholarship Program is open to young adult cancer survivors. Applications open annually on March 1st and close on April 30th for both the $1500 general scholarship and the $5000 Teva Canada Scholarship for those pursuing education in the medical, health and pharmaceutical fields.
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Emmy Duff Scholarship
A $2,000 scholarship open to Canadian students who have had treatment or are currently being treated for cancer and are residing in Canada.
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Pink Pearl Scholarship
A $1,000 scholarship granted to a Canadian woman who has been diagnosed with cancer. You must be diagnosed with cancer between the ages of 18 to 40, attending post-secondary education as a part-time or fill-time student, be involved in extracurricular activities and have a minimum grade average of 65%. It is also an asset if you have attended one or more Pink Pearl programs/events.
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Brain Tumour Youth Education Award
Survivors of a pediatric brain tumour (diagnosed with a brain tumour before the age of 25), between the ages of 16 and 30, who are pursuing post-secondary education. The aim of the program is to help young brain tumour survivors achieve their dreams through post-secondary education. Scholarship amount to be announced.
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Easter Seals Ontario Post-Secondary Scholarships
Easter Seals Ontario Post-Secondary Scholarships for 2023-2024 open in February 2023. Eligible applicants must have a physical disability that impacts their mobility. Scholarship amount to be announced.
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The Terry Fox Humanitarian Award
Providing university scholarships to students who exemplify the humanitarian ideals of Terry Fox by volunteering and giving back to their communities. A stipend of $7,000 is issued directly to the institution each year to a maximum amount of $28,000.
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Roots for Youth
A bursary that helps youth who are struggling due to difficult family or financial situations, or a loss/tragedy in the family, to get a post-secondary education. The foundation will provide one or more bursaries each year to qualifying students who are planning to attend or are enrolled in a post-secondary institution full-time in the coming year. The bursary(s) will be determined each spring and be paid out to assist with the fall and winter semesters.
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Shine Bright Bursaries
$1000 bursaries for post-secondary education for childhood cancer survivors in Northern Ontario, their siblings and siblings of children who have succumbed to cancer are available.
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