Childhood cancer survivors who are attending post-secondary education are eligible for a one-time bursary of $1,000
NOFCC Vale Shine Bright Bursaries
Bursaries for post-secondary education for childhood cancer survivors, their siblings and siblings of children who have succumbed to cancer
Terry Fox Humanitarian Award
Open to students of all abilities who exemplify the humanitarian ideals of Terry Fox by volunteering and giving back to their communities ($7,000/year)
Childhood Cancer Canada Foundation Survivor Scholarship Program
Survivor scholarship: A one-time $1,500 award for full-time students in any university, college, or vocational training program
TEVA Canada Survivor Scholarship: A one-time $5,000 award granted to eligible full-time students entering (or already enrolled in) pharmacy, medicine, or health sciences post-graduate program of study.
Pink Pearl Canada Scholarship
A $1,000 scholarship to Canadian women aged 18-40 who have been diagnosed with cancer
Trevor Harrison Civic Engagement Scholarship
For students who have been impacted by a brain tumour, are politically and civically engaged, and want to study public policy and/or politics in their post-secondary education. ($2,000)
Emily Duff Scholarship Foundation
Open to Canadian students who have had treatment (or are currently being treated) for cancer currently residing in Canada ($2,000)
POGO School and Work Transitions Program
Offers access to survivor-specific scholarships. Also check out their scholarships resource handout here.
Xerox/POGO Transitions Scholarship at George Brown College
Must be a POGO Transitions
client and a current student
at George Brown College ($1,500). Please contact your POGO Transitions Counsellor for more information
Lorna Rosenstein Youth Volunteer Leadership Award
For youth aged 14-24 who have been impacted by cancer and have shown volunteer leadership in the community, including those who have lived with a person with cancer or is bereaved from the death of someone close to them ($1,500)
Sandra Allen Memorial Education Award
For a child or sibling from a Help a Child Smile member family. Three $2,500 awards will be available each year.
Youth Education Awards for Brain Tumour Survivors
For survivors of a pediatric brain tumour aged 16-30
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