Searching for your help!
Are you or do you know someone who is part of the marginalized community going through a cancer journey? If so, we want to hear from you.
HopeSpring is seeking your help for an important research on cancer in the marginalized community. Our university students are looking for participants to interview. A marginalized community is defined as a group of people who experience alienation or disenfranchisement resulting from social exclusion and preventing them from participating fully in receiving adequate care during their cancer journey. This can include people with a disability, minorities, LGBTQ+2, Indigenous, and persons Living in Poverty.
To date, there has been limited research examining how HopeSpring is helping the marginalized community. We want to change that! As a part of our on-going workshop series, we are conducting research to examine how marginalized community navigate our programs to receive adequate care during their cancer journey.
We are passionate about making sure that the research findings help HopeSpring offers ways to help the marginalized community navigate our services and that we are offering programs that will assist them. As such, after the study is completed, a workshop will be provided to members and a report on the research results will be provided to HopeSpring executive board.
To participate, please contact
|Volunteer and Facilitator Coordinator|
HopeSpring Cancer Support Centre
475 King St N, Tower Suite
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada N2J 2Z5
Thanks in advance for your participation!