In order to provide Canadians living with melanoma, non-melanoma skin cancers, and ocular melanoma with the most up-to-date information and resources related to COVID-19, we have partnered with a group of Canadian patient support organizations to create the  COVID-19 Cancer Patient Support Hub, an initiative of All.Can Canada, founded by Save Your Skin Foundation.  If you need personal assistance accessing mental health support, informational resources, food delivery, medication delivery or travel, please contact the COVID-19 Oncology Resources Task Force at

Kathy Barnard present findings of our COVID-19 Patient Impact Survey from April 2020:

Additional Resources

To help you and communities everywhere, Pulse Infoframe has launched their healthie™ COVID-19 Stress Monitor, which provides people with a way to communicate their concerns caused by social isolation and quarantine.

The healthie™ Stress Monitor is a short “check-in” assessment with initial screening questions. Each participant will receive a summary result at the end of the survey. Based on your initial assessment score, you may be invited to participate in a full longitudinal impact study.

Let your voice be heard and help inform public policies. Together, we’re not only stronger—we’re also louder.  Click here to get started:   healthie™ COVID-19 Stress Monitor


To follow up with our COVID-19 Impact Survey of April 2020, we ran a second survey from January – February 2021 to assess the continued impact of the pandemic on the medical needs of patients with melanoma, ocular melanoma, and non-melanoma skin cancer.

Download full report 2021 >>


We have also collected some relevant resources you may find helpful below.  For additional questions or support, please get in touch with Kathy Barnard at or call 1-800-460-5832.

Self Care & Mental Wellness Resources

Resources for Health Care Professionals

Making awareness and education available is crucial. Since 2006, the Foundation has worked to raise awareness of melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancers focusing on education, prevention and the need for improved patient care.