Getting to and from appointments

Freemasons’ Cancer Car Program

In partnership with the Freemasons of British Columbia and Yukon, we operate the Freemasons’ Cancer Car Program across BC. Volunteer drivers give people with cancer rides to and from their appointments. A driver can pick you up at home and take you to a treatment centre and back again. If you are coming from out of town for treatment, they can also pick you up from the airport, ferry terminal or bus station and take you to one of our lodges or other places to stay near the cancer clinic.

Find out where this program operates.


The Canadian Cancer Society’s (CCS) Travel Treatment Fund may be able to offset some of your travel costs. A financial assessment is required for this program and can be applied for annually while still receiving treatment.

To see if you qualify for this assistance please contact us at 1-888-939-3333.

Applications for this program include a fully completed Application form Travel Treatment Application including the section to be filled out by a healthcare professional and the Electronic Funds Transfer form with a copy of a "VOID" cheque. To avoid delay please ensure the application is complete and all the required documentation is provided. Please forward your Travel Treatment Fund application and Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT) form to the Canadian Cancer Society by:

Phone: 1 888 939 3333
Fax: 1 866 263 6757
E-mail: transportation@cancer.ca

Important Note about Email transportation@cancer.ca is not a protected address. If you are not comfortable with this method of sending your personal TTF application and accompanying documents, please opt to send your information by mail or fax instead.  

MAIL:  Travel Treatment Fund 
c/o Canadian Cancer Society 
330 Strathcona Ave,
Kelowna, BC V1Y 5K7

Important Note about Mail – There may be a significant delay in processing applications sent by mail.


We can help find you the support you need. If you have questions about our programs or other services that may be available in your area, please call our Cancer Information Helpline at 1-888-939-3333 or search our Community Services Locator for more information about what’s available in your community.