Become a "Groupie"

Support your favorite band or band member with an online donation to CancerCare

One of the key components to our fundraising is the donations made by family, friends, and co-workers to CancerCare Manitoba Foundation directly through our “Groupie” website. In 2020 this was an exciting way we helped bands advance through the online tournament!

Facilitated by CancerCare Manitoba Foundation, each band member is strongly encouraged to set up a donation page and raise a minimum of $500. It’s easy and fun to do, you can add your own graphics and content to encourage people to donate. Each donor group sets their fundraising goals according to what they can realistically attain, and we celebrate together.
Loverbot, 2021 Virtual Fundraising Award
The Big Byte Swing Orchestra, 2020 Fundraising Champions

In 2020 we introduced the Fundraising Champion, awarded to the Band that raised the most in Groupie donations. It is a fun competition that encourages the Bands to encourage their friends and family to contribute to this worthwhile cause.

About CancerCare Manitoba Foundation

All funds raised and donated remain in Manitoba. These funds support an internationally-recognized team of health professionals at CancerCare Manitoba who provide outstanding care for patients and their families.

Your generosity enables the Foundation to maximize the funds provided to CancerCare Manitoba each year. Donor contributions help bridge the gap of initiatives and programs not eligible for government funding or where financial resources are not available, including prevention, early detection, clinical trials and leading-edge research and treatment.
Brian Beveridge and Michael Aldor from MNP, Techapalooza's 2020 Presenting Sponsor

Thanks to the generosity of donors, CancerCare Manitoba Foundation has been able to grant more than $134 million since 2000. This support to CancerCare Manitoba profoundly impacts patient outcomes.

CancerCare Manitoba is our provincially mandated agency for cancer and blood disorders. We share its bold vision, “A world free of cancer” and the goal that no life is cut short by cancer — a complex set of more than 200 diseases.