Are you up for a challenge?
For the month of October, we challenge you to:
Take on the 3-Week Virtual March Challenge
For those who were not able to participate, or did not have a Multiple Myeloma March community close by, for the month of October, we challenge you to take part in the Virtual Multiple Myeloma March. You can dedicate your next stroll in Canadian nature during the fall season, your next walk in the park with your friends, family or your dog, your walk to the mail box or your next jogging outing. From now, until October 31, register yourself or a team for the Virtual event and help raise funds for research and to support advocacy, for accelerated access to game changing therapies for Canadians impacted by myeloma.
The Multiple Myeloma March community pages are still open! If you didn’t get a chance to participate in your own community but would like to donate, the campaign is still running until October 31. Click on one of the communities below to make a donation.
Share 3 Things You Are Thankful For
What are you thankful for? What have you accomplished? What are you proud of? Share 3 things you are thankful for on social media and be sure to tag Myeloma Canada. Photos, memes, gifs, or stories are all welcome.
At Myeloma Canada, we are thankful for :
  • Our community from across the country, who give their time and energy to make myeloma matter through attending InfoSessions, joining and leading support group meetings, hosting community events, organizing fundraising events, increasing awareness and participating in advocacy initiatives. It is because of you that we are moving mountains in accelerating access to better care for Canadians impacted by myeloma.
  • 10 years of the Multiple Myeloma March and 10 years of progress. Since 2009, thousands of donors and participants from the Multiple Myeloma Marches have allowed Myeloma Canada to invest 3.49 million in Canadian research and access.
  • Exceptional advancements in Canadian myeloma research, including immunotherapy, CAR T-cell therapy, advancements in understanding genomics and vaccine therapy. The future is looking brighter for Canadians impacted by myeloma thanks to our Canadian researchers who are paving the way towards a cure.
This October, let’s be thankful.