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Help us provide practical, daily support for families year-round.

Small things. Big impact. Every day.

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An empowering skills program for female and non-binary youth.

Small things. Big Impact. Every day.

West Coast Kids Cancer Foundation (WCK) is an organization supporting families with small actions that make a big impact every day. We provide food, connection, resources, and mental health support for families navigating childhood cancer and blood disorders.

All programs are provided to families at no cost

Our programs make a difference every day.
And so can you.

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Whether it is packing food boxes, hanging out with kids online, or helping us grow our organization - every minute of volunteering with WCK makes a difference in helping a family feel supported and cared for.

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Families in crisis need their community. And this community needs you. We need your help to make sure families feel cared for and supported during some of their hardest moments.

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Recent Blog Posts

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Where’s the love? In a pair of PJs

February 14, 2024

WCK’s PJ Drive brings a warm winter delivery of cozy pajamas to families experiencing childhood cancer and blood disorders across B.C. Love is in the air this Valentine’s Day, in…

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Being the little sister

January 31, 2024

Abbey previously wrote an amazing blog about how programs like The Club have helped her piece things together. In this blog, she shares in more detail her experience as a…

Chuck smiling at the camera.

Building the things that matter

January 17, 2024

Chuck Oliver shares how woodworking can bring so many small but wonderful things that matter to kids on the childhood cancer and blood disorder journey. From building something they can…