Host Your Own Walk

Volunteer to Host a Walk in Your Community

YOU can take the first step in bringing light to the darkness of blood cancers by hosting Light The Night Walk in your community!

In just a few easy steps, and with our fundraising experts supporting you, you can help support more than 128,000 Canadians living with a blood cancer.

This is a great opportunity to bring your family, friends and community together for one evening of love, hope and solidarity. You’ll raise your lanterns high and help shine a brighter light on the dark world of blood cancers.

If you wish to know more, fill out this form and we’ll be happy to guide you every step of the way.

Want to know more?

If you wish to know more, fill out this form and we’ll be happy to guide you every step of the way.

Funds raised by Light the Night participants provide

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Life saving blood cancer research conducted by some of the top minds in the country
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Free educational materials and events for patients and their families along with comprehensive, personalized assistance through our information resource center
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Help bring your community together

Support kids With cancer

Approximately 400 children a year are diagnosed with blood cancer in Canada, with leukemia being the most common form of cancer in children under 14 years. Getting back to school and daily life can be challenging for children who have had cancer, they may experience short and long-term emotional, physical, and learning difficulties that can disrupt their normal routine. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada teams up with parents and schools to support children affected by cancer, we offer many resources to help with the transition back to school.

  • Blood Cancer PowerPoint deck for teachers
  • Animated educational white board video for kids and teens
  • Fast Facts on Blood Cancer for School Nurses
  • Educational Coloring Activity book and poster
  • Educational Support Webinars
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Light the Night School Walks Erasing Childhood Cancers

When a student has cancer in your community, it’s difficult to know how to support them and their family. Hosting a Light The Night School Walk can bring together the community to show support for the family affected and the life-saving work of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada. We will help you every step of the way!

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