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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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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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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Piecing things together

A photo of Abbey in a forest (taken at the 2023 She Can retreat). She has her right foot on a log and her hands by her side. She's smiling at the camera. Her t shirt says "Empowered women empower women"

Abbey Macey shares what has helped her to piece things together, years down the line from a childhood cancer diagnosis in the family My name is Abbey. In 2006, my…

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An introduction to blood disorders

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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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