What we have accomplished together

Everyday since 1955, we have been inching our way closer to finding cures for all 137 types of blood cancers. With your generosity and support, we will get there sooner rather than later.


Service requests were completed for information, psychosocial support, and healthcare navigation.

41 new grants

were awarded to 93 blood cancer researchers from across the country.

Nearly $5M

Invested in life enhancing research and community services in 2021-22, despite the fundraising challenges created by the pandemic.

Meeting urgent needs during the pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has negatively affected the blood cancer community, in particular people experiencing a blood a cancer and researchers. From the start of the pandemic, cancer screening, diagnosis and treatment were delayed putting survival, quality of life and hospitalization for people experiencing a blood cancer at risk. It may take years for researchers to recover from lab shutdowns, shortages of supplies and fear among trial participants. We are also learning that those living with a blood cancer are also experiencing higher levels of stress, loneliness, social isolation and depression as a result of the pandemic.

From the onset of the pandemic, we received your donations in greater numbers than we could have ever imagined.
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Where your money goes


Annual Report 2022 Expenditures