We've signed the Ethical Storytelling pledge! We're committed to sharing stories in an ethical, empowering, and respectful way. Learn more about our storytelling guidelines and check out our blogs below.
Written by Jacqueline Fraser All of WCK’s programs have a key thing in common: they are carefully created from direct input and guidance from the families in our community. Side…
One family’s childhood cancer story of love, loss, and making lemonade from lemons. By Sharon Bulger Our childhood cancer journey began on January 18, 2018, when our then six-year-old son,…
As the world returns to in-person life, here’s why virtual programming will continue to be offered at WCK. While the world shut down in March 2020, WCK moved quickly to…
An innovative new fundraiser, WCK’s Gaming for Josh harnesses the power of Esports to raise funds for kids with cancer and blood disorders.
How we tell stories at WCK
We share stories from:
- families who engage with our programs
- our volunteers
- donors and sponsors
- staff members
- other people who support our programming
Families’ stories are most important to us.
Interested in sharing your story with WCK?
If you are ready to share your story, or just want to know more about the process, please reach out to Hannah Lind at hannah.lind[at]wckfoundation.ca or give her a call at 604-394-2029.