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Our mission is to develop programs for public education, advocacy and support of those affected, as well as research into the prevention, detection, treatment and cure of prostate cancer.

Imagine Canada, the national organization for philanthropy, suggests the percentage spent on Mission be at least 60% in order to be deemed “high performing”.


For the year ended March 31, 2016, 72.2% of all expenditures were directed to programs and services related to
education, awareness and support groups across the country, and funding research into the prevention, detection,
treatment and cure of prostate cancer.

20.5% of all expenditures were directed to launching and implementing events and general fundraising campaigns
with 7.3% spent on general & administration costs, including office and staff costs.
 


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View 2015/2016 Annual Report
View 2014/2015 Annual Report
View 2013/2014 Annual Report
View 2012/2013 Annual Report
View 2011/2012 Annual Report
View 2009/2010 Annual Report - part 1
View 2009/2010 Annual Report - part 2
View 2008/2009 Annual Report



*In the spirit of fiscal responsibility, PCC did not publish an Annual Report for the 2010/2011 fiscal year. In lieu of a 2010/2011 Annual Report, PCC’s financial statements are provided below. For more information on 2010 funded programs, please visit our research database.

Financial Information

View Prostate Cancer Canada's financial statement for 2016
View Prostate Cancer Canada's financial statement for 2015

View Prostate Cancer Canada's financial statement for 2014
View Prostate Cancer Canada's financial statement for 2013
View Prostate Cancer Canada's financial statement for 2012
View Prostate Cancer Canada's financial statement for 2011
View Prostate Cancer Canada's financial statement for 2010


Follow the link for Prostate Cancer Canada's T3010.

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