The Oladele Foundation through the African Cancer Support Group (ACSG) focuses on supporting anyone within the African Canadians, Caribbean Canadians and Black Canadians generally called the Black Community, that is going through cancer and other chronic diseases.

Our mission is to decrease cancer-related mortality among the Black community through:

  • Providing support to those navigating their cancer journey
  • Conducting educational campaigns to raise awareness within the Black community
  • Promoting the destigmatization of cancer within our community




Our mission is to support survivors, patients, and caregivers, and to share stories, symptoms, information, and coping strategies. To provide education and awareness campaign towards destigmatizing cancer within the Black Community. Support, Awareness, Collaboration, Education, Fund Raising.




To become the group of choice where African/Caribbeans/Black Canadians going through major health challenges like cancer will receive mental, emotional, financial, educational, social support, and enablement towards their healing.




Cancer diagnosis is one the most stressful experience in cancer patient’s life. Being in a support group helps survivors, patients cope with emotional trauma caused by the disease. While some people experience shock, anger, and disbelief, others may feel intense sadness, fear, and a sense of loss. Even the most supportive family members and friends cannot understand exactly how it feels to have cancer, this can sometimes lead to feelings of loneliness and isolation.


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Telephone No.: (403) 880-6692
Email : [email protected]

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