Where The $ Goes

The Paige Foundation directs all funds raised  directly to pediatric cancer research. 

There are 17 paediatric hematology, oncology and stem cell transplant programs across Canada. On an annual basis The Paige Foundation will review research funding opportunities at these hospitals and treatment centres. There are several criteria that need to be met, in order for funding to be dispensed. The most obvious criteria being that of a childhood cancer study. The Paige Foundation will also consider funding a student in paediatric cancer research.  

In 2017 The Paige Foundation donated over $48,000 to British Columbia Children's Hospital Foundation. These funds are allotted to a specific study that is helping to find a cure for paediatric cancer. 

To learn more about BC Children's Hospital oncology research please visit the BC Children's Hospital Childhood Cancer Research Program website. 

The Paige Foundation takes great care with every donor dollar, running the foundation on the generous time of volunteers and generous donations of individuals and businesses. By keeping expenses low, every possible dollar can be directed to childhood cancer research.



Today, despite progress in research, childhood cancer kills more children than all other diseases combined.