Q: How do I make a donation?
A: To make an online donation, please click on the ‘Donate Now’ button on any page of the website, call 1-844-735-5590, visit our office or mail a cheque payable to: Cancer Foundation of Saskatchewan. Address: 200 – 4545 Parliament Avenue Regina, SK S4W 0G3

Q: How do I make a Gift of Publicly Traded Securities to the Foundation?
A: Go to www.cancerfoundationsask.ca/donate and click the Learn More button under Gift of Securities for a printable transfer form and simple information. For questions, please call 1-844-735-5590 or email at info@cancerfoundationsask.ca.

Q: Does the Cancer Foundation of Saskatchewan do door to door fundraising?
A: The Foundation does not do door to door fundraising.

Q: How do I read or obtain a copy of the Audited Financial Statements, Annual Report or other publications?
A: All reports and publications are available on our website under the tab Who We Are. The audited financial statements will be available approximately four months after fiscal year ends, March 31st. Please call 1-844-735-5590 if you would like a hard copy.

Q: I have a media question or interview request, who do I contact?
A: Please contact Mark Rathwell, Director of Marketing and Communications at mark.rathwell@cancerfoundationsask.ca or call (306) 537-9015

Q: Why should I give to the Cancer Foundation of Saskatchewan?
A: The Cancer Foundation of Saskatchewan is the fundraising partner of the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency, devoted to raising funds for cancer care. 100 percent of the funds raised stay in Saskatchewan, helping patients and their families right here at home.

Q: Where does the money go?
A: All funds raised go to the greatest needs for cancer care in our province. Each year, the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency will determine their priority needs and, together with the Foundation, will set the fundraising priorities.

Q: Will I receive a Charitable Tax Receipt?
A: The Foundation issues charitable tax receipts for donations of $20 or more.

Q: Will you ever share my information to other charities?
A: We will not sell, trade, share or lease your personal information. The Foundation is committed to protecting the privacy of its donors. We value your trust and maintain this trust by being transparent and accountable.

Q: Who do I contact for information about a Legacy Gift or a Gift in my Will to the Cancer Foundation of Saskatchewan?
A: For information please contact:
Jakki Crowe
Director of Development
(639) 625-2056
jakki.crowe@cancerfoundationsask.ca

Your legal or professional advisor can visit www.cancerfoundationsask.ca/donate and click Learn More under either Gift of Securities or Legacy Gifts for information. Our legal name is Cancer Foundation of Saskatchewan Inc.

Q: How do I update my contact information?
A: Please call 1-844-735-5590 or email at info@cancerfoundationsask.ca and we will be happy to help you.

Q: I’ve misplaced my charitable tax receipt, can I get another?
A: Yes, please call us at (639) 625-2012, 1-844-735-5590 or email us at jaime.heidt@cancerfoundationsask.ca and we will be happy to help you.

Q: Can I hold a special event where the proceeds go to the Cancer Foundation of Saskatchewan?
A: You absolutely can hold an event in support of the Foundation. Thank you for thinking of us and cancer patients in Saskatchewan. Our Director of Development would be happy to assist you. You can find her at:
Jakki Crowe
Director of Development
Cancer Foundation of Saskatchewan
1-844-735-5590
jakki.crowe@cancerfoundationsask.ca

Q: What is your charitable registration number?
A: 719679920 RR0001

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