Nicola Wealth: A Culture of Giving

Since 2019, Nicola Wealth Management Ltd. (Nicola Wealth) has been a champion for West Coast Kids Cancer Foundation. Their gifts have truly transformed our organization, making sure we can be…

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Getting into flow

A photo of Makayla with her partner and dog going hiking.

Therapeutic Recreation intern Makayla explains what we mean by “getting into flow,” and how WCK’s City Camp programming makes it happen. What is a flow state?   A flow state…

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Meet some WCK volunteers!

Photos of Zoe (she/her), Poppa (he/him), and Cathie (she/her) holding signs with their names and pronouns on.

You know the saying “It takes a village?” Meet some of the wonderful WCK volunteers who make up a whole village of support for families navigating childhood cancer and blood…

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Walking gently

A family photo of Kim with her husband and two sons, Jonah and Noah

Kim generously shares her experience as an oncology mom who navigated, and in many ways continues to navigate, a childhood cancer journey. The start of our journey   January 13,…

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Overcoming the Overhead Myth

The “Overhead Myth” is something that has plagued charities for years. It stalls growth, increases staff turnover, and prevents amazing organizations from doing work that could change the world we…

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Where’s the love? In a pair of PJs

A young girl wearing PJs bouncing on her trampoline and smiling. There's a heart bubble effect surrounding her.

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

Abbey as a little girl with her brothers Caleb and Gabe

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…

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Building the things that matter

Chuck smiling at the camera.

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…

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Five of the women from the Chinese Gold Ribbon Society of Canada received “The Best Team Award” from the United Global Chinese Women’s Association of Canada in 2020. The photo is of them receiving their award, wearing yellow ribbons.

Ivy、Jennifer 和 Dana 是生活在卑诗省的华人妈妈。在这里生活以来,她们的孩子都经历过儿童癌症/血液疾病。因为相似的经历,她们共同创办了加拿大华人金丝带协会。为了更好的帮助其他有患有严重疾病的孩子们的家庭。在这篇博客中,听她们娓娓道来为成立这个协会的初衷以及如何为重疾儿童家庭提供帮助。

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