You're not alone
in the fight
against cancer

The more support you have, the stronger you become on this journey.

Empower. Inspire. Heal:

The Oladele Foundation / African Cancer

The Oladele Foundation is a Non-Governmental Organization in Calgary, Alberta. It focuses on helping African/Black Cancer patients, survivors, caregivers, and others going through chronic sicknesses and challenges of life. We encourage cancer patients and survivors within African/Black community to speak up and by so doing help in demystifying cancer.

Partnerships that Heal, Transform Lives.

The worst thing we can do is nothing

We love it when prospective partners recognize our hard work and passion and are moved to join us on our mission to support members of our community battling cancer and other chronic diseases. All ideas are welcome and appreciated. Let us work together to bring yours to life.

You Don't Have to Fight Cancer Alone.

Cancer diagnosis is one the most stressful experience in cancer patient’s life. Being in a support group helps survivours, 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…

OUR FOUNDER

Bayo and Yinka Oladele:
Embracing Triumph Over Cancer

BAYO OLADELE, JP - Cancer Survivour
YINKA OLADELE, JP - Caregiver

“Only The Affected Knows The Impact.”

Adebayo (Bayo) Oladele – Second Chance: Surviving the Battles of Cancer.”

In the courageous journey of triumph over cancer, Adebayo (Bayo) Oladele shares his poignant story of battling the disease and emerging victorious. Co-authoring the book “Second Chance: Surviving the Battles of Cancer” with his wife, Yinka Oladele, Bayo delves into the challenges faced during the relentless fight against cancer, dismantling myths and showcasing the profound impact of caregiving.

“Only the affected knows the impact,” Bayo emphasizes, recognizing the unique perspective that patients and caregivers share. The Oladeles open a window into the emotional depths of a cancer patient’s experience, transcending barriers of sex, faith, color, and culture.

Our Mission​:

Uniting for Cancer Support

We’re here to help survivors, patients, and caregivers during their battles with cancer. Share your stories, symptoms, and ways to cope with us as we join forces for support, awareness, teamwork, learning, and raising funds.

Help support the community

The more money we raise, the more people we support. Join us on our mission to reduce the number of people dying from cancer and other chronic diseases.

 

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