Volunteer Driver Provided Program
Since the mid 1950's the Society has provided volunteer driver transportation assistance for people with cancer.
Volunteer drivers provide return trips for patients from their home to treatment centres. They offer friendly support and kindness at a time when patients need it most.
New patients who register for volunteer driver provided transportation will be required to pay an annual registration fee. Patients under the age of 18 are exempt. If you are unable to pay the full registration fee, you may be eligible for assistance through our compassionate program. We are committed to ensuring that no patient is denied a ride due to their inability to pay the entire registration fee. Read the FAQs.
To register or for more information call 1-800-263-6750.
Family Provided Program
Family provided transportation assistance is available to a family who’s child has cancer and is traveling 200 km (one way) or more to get to the treatment centre(s).
In these instances families provide the transportation to treatment and are reimbursed financially according to our policies.
Families should contact their Social Worker or Interlink Nurse at their treatment centre to register.