Lung cancer is the deadliest of all cancer for men and women. Lung cancer kills over 20,000 Canadians a year – more than breast, prostate, and colon cancer combined.

Together we can help change this.

An Evening of Hope was launched in 2013 in support of lung cancer patients and to honour the memories of those who lost their fight to this dreadful disease. We are committed to raising funds for lung cancer research and breaking down the stigma associated with this disease. Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, donors and event guests, An Evening of Hope has raised almost $392,000 in the fight against lung cancer.
We are helping make a difference.

Have you or a loved one been touched by lung cancer?

An Evening of Hope features a Faces of Lung Cancer Wall to raise awareness and help dispel the stigma that is often associated with lung cancer. We continue to expand this tribute to remember those who have lost their battle with lung cancer, to celebrate the survivors, and to raise hope for those who are currently fighting their brave battle.
If you would like to include a photo of yourself or a loved one for this year’s Faces of Lung Cancer Wall, please send a high resolution photo – before October 20 – to