All about Port Shirts!

From left to right: Sheila, Mina, and Angela (WCK volunteers) holding up Port Shirts they have sewn and smiling at the camera

Here’s how and why we give Port Shirts to families, and whose incredible idea it was.  L-R: Amazing Port Shirt sewers Sheila, Mina, and Angela Many families come to WCK…

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The magic that students bring

Four Surrey Schools students smiling and pointing to the camera

Paul Bruce and Linda Stewart coordinate the Surrey Schools work experience program. They recruit and train student volunteers for WCK City Camp. They share what the program involves and what…

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An introduction to blood disorders

A headshot of Celina smiling

Nurse Practitioner Celina Woo shares about her job and provides some interesting information about blood disorders. Hi! I’m Celina. I’m a Hematology/Oncology/BMT Nurse Practitioner at BC Children’s Hospital. I work…

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Life with a blood disorder

Ezra and his mum Amanda hugging, smiling at the camera. They are standing in front of green trees and there are lavender plants in front of them. It's a sunny day.

Ten-year-old Ezra and his mum Amanda share what life can be like with a blood disorder. They also have great advice about staying curious rather than making comments. What would…

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Why WCK is an easy sell

Bob and his wife Carmen standing together smiling at the camera. In the background is a view of mountains and the blue sky on a clear day

Why I came on board with WCK’s mission, and how we’re laying the groundwork for sustainable funding from compassionate investors. Bob Lawrence How Colin sold me on WCK   It…

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Learning from the experts

From left to right" Dominique, Kelsey, and Taylor smiling at the camera.

Taylor and Dominique have wrapped up their recreation therapy placements with WCK, and we miss them already. In this blog, they share what they will take forward from the experience…

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Why Monthly Giving Works for Me

Paul and Laurel are incredible members of the WCK community. As well as volunteering their time and talents, they are longtime monthly donors. Their regular giving helps us to build…

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How the pandemic changed programming

WCK volunteer Colleen wearing a mask and holding a WCK-stamped box full of frozen meals, about to load it into her car to deliver to the hospital.

WCK began running programs in 2019 – and we all remember what happened the following year. During that time, we listened and adapted to families’ priorities. This blog explores how…

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