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Family Support

Are you the parent, close family member or friend of a child undergoing cancer treatment? Are you looking for ways you can support the child and his/her family? Do you want to help support a grieving family?

Here you will find many ideas and resources! You can also follow us on social media, where we post new ideas each week on #talisfundsupportsunday!

If you know of a resource that is not listed here, please contact us so we can add it.

CaringTogether.Life https://caringtogether.life/ FREE GIFTS   CaringTogether.life is a free platform designed to educate, support, and empower parents caring for a seriously ill

A2CORN’s Financial Resource Guide: https://www.curesforourkids.com/resources/financial-resources A2CORN has created a section of their website that lists several Financial Resources all across Canada  

OPACC – Ontario Support Group:   OPACC (Ontario Parents Advocating for Children with Cancer) hosts weekly virtual meetings to support childhood cancer

Upopolis: https://www.upopolis.com/    Upopolis is a FREE, fun, and secure online community that connects kids aged 10 to 18 who are going

What Others Can Do To Help:   5 Ways To Support Parents With Sick Children: https://rmhcsanantonio.org/five-ways-to-support-parents-with-sick-children/   10 Ways To Support a

DO’S AND DON’TS: Getting gifts for anyone can be difficult, especially for those going through such a difficult time. Here are some

PERSONALIZED BOOKS https://smartstory.info/personalized-books/ https://www.wonderbly.com/ca https://www.dinkleboo.com/ca/kids-books.html?___from_store=us https://www.putmeinthestory.com/ https://www.shutterfly.com/personalized-stories/personalized-story-books https://www.iseeme.com/   DOODLE ROLL – PERSONALIZED REUSABLE COLOURING MATS https://www.thedoodleroll.com/collections/all   VIDEO VISITS:   https://www.toronto.com/news-story/10281242-5-ways-to-see-santa-virtually-this-holiday-season/

Here are some ideas for a child needing things to do in hospital or a child who may be stuck at home

Sibling Support Project – for Siblings of Children with Brain Tumours: https://www.braintumour.ca/sibling-support-project/   The Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada partnered with five

Tali’s grandmother, Adele Gould, wrote a beautiful blog post, where she sheds some light on grandparent grief – a topic that is

Helping Parents Heal https://www.helpingparentsheal.org/   Helping Parents Heal is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping bereaved parents in their healing process by