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Drive people

As a volunteer driver, you will pick up people receiving cancer treatment from their home and take them to their treatment centre. You’ll be there to offer assistance at a time when they need it the most. And when their treatment is done, you’ll make sure they get home safely. With the kindness and support of volunteer drivers, people with cancer can focus on getting through their treatment.

Distance or finances can be a barrier to getting the proper cancer treatment we all deserve. That’s why for over 30 years the Canadian Cancer Society has provided safe, reliable and subsidized rides for cancer patients in Manitoba.

The program provides around 30,000 subsidized rides annually in more than 50 communities throughout Manitoba. Every single ride is provided by a Manitoban who has volunteered their time. Please consider joining our “driving force” and making a difference in the lives of people with cancer in Manitoba! Call 1-888-532-6982 for details or to join our “driving force”!

Canadian Cancer Society Transportation Services in Manitoba – Communities Served

Altona

Gimli

Morden

St. Andrews

Ashern

Glenboro

Morris

Ste. Anne

Beausejour

Hamiota

Newdale

Steinbach

Binscarth

Inglis

Oakburn

Stonewall

Birds Hill

Kenton

Oak Lake

Stoney Mountain

Boissevain

Killarney

Onanole

Strathclair

Brandon

Lac du Bonnet

Pinawa

Swan River

Carberry

Landmark

Rivers

Swan Valley

Carman

Lockport

Rossburn

Teulon

Dauphin

Lorrette

Russell

The Pas

Elkhorn

Lundar

Sandy Lake

Virden

Erickson

Melita

Selkirk

Whitemouth

Eriksdale

Miami

Shoal Lake

Winnipeg

Flin Flon

Miniota

Souris

Winnipeg Beach

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Facing the financial burden of cancer

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The Canadian Cancer Society provides helpful information about government income programs, financial resources and other resources available to families struggling to make sense of the personal financial burden they face.

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