AdvocacyAdvocacy is working to provide support for a cause, policy or action. Advocacy is also the pursuit of influencing outcomes. Everyone has the ability to advocate on their own behalf or on behalf of others. We advocate because we see a perceived inequality or imbalance. When we advocate, we are asking for change.
If you are interested in promoting positive change, join the Canadian Breast Cancer Network (CBCN) Adopt a Riding Program and become a Survivor Advocate. As a CBCN Survivor Advocate, you will have the opportunity to share your story with your elected representatives and help inspire change in healthcare policy. CBCN will be there to help and provide you with training, information materials, resources and support. As a Survivor Advocate you also have the opportunity to participate in special workshops, teleconferences and Webinars about breast cancer issues, skills development and advocacy. You don't have to be a breast cancer survivor to be involved!
For more information or to join our team, please contact us at email@example.com or 1-800-685-8820.