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BC Children’s Hospital Foundation

2013 /2014 annual report


$150 million $50 million

to support construction of new bc children’s hospital

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for child health bc

successful completion of $200-million

Campaign for BC Children New BC Children’s Hospital to open in 2017!

After years of hard work and with the support of more than 80,000 donors, the Campaign for BC Children came to a successful close in November 2013. Thanks to you, BC’s children will have a new hospital in 2017!

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affinity partnerships chosen to build

Teck Acute Care Centre

In January 2014, the Provincial Health Services Authority selected Affinity Partnerships – a consortium led by Balfour Beatty and comprising design firms ZGF Architects and CEI Architecture, and construction leads Balfour Beatty and Ledcor – as the team to take on the construction of the Teck Acute Care Centre, the heart of the new BC Children’s Hospital. Affinity Partnerships has extensive experience in large-scale construction projects, including children’s hospitals, in North America and worldwide. In May 2014 demolition of the Shaughnessy Building began, clearing the way for construction of the Teck Acute Care Centre, which will begin in the fall of 2014. Services in the current hospital will continue without disruption until 2017, at which time children and families will gain access to the new state-of-the-art hospital, a facility that every British Columbian can feel proud of.

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phase

3

2

2014 – 2017 Partial demolition of the Shaughnessy Building and construction of the Teck Acute Care Centre.

2018 onward Renovation, relocation and expansion, including moving of services from Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children to the Oak Street site.

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phase

phase

Planning phase including close involvement of families and staff, construction of the Clinical Support Building and relocation of 130 programs from the 74-yearold Shaughnessy Building to new locations on- and off-site.

project timeline

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completed

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construction start date

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59,400 sq.m

construction cost

$676,000,000

number of private patient rooms

151

cardiac operation risk level

(estimated)

90% low risk

median age of survival for a child with cystic fibrosis

25 years

60%

makes

May 2014

number of storeys

$60,000,000

35 years

2017

square metres

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wha d if f e r t a ence

50+ years overall five-year childhood cancer survival rate

87%

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A new era of care

Construction of the existing BC Children’s Hospital began in 1977. Thirty-seven years later, in May 2014, we broke ground for the new Teck Acute Care Centre. Thank you for ensuring children in BC and the Yukon receive the best possible care today, and far into the future.

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name

role

Teri Nicholas

President & CEO

most rewarding part of my job name

role

David podmore

Chair, Board of Directors

motivation for volunteering

favourite moment in 2013

It’s very important that we give back – the community has been very good to me and my family. It has been a great comfort to know that the support of BC Children’s Hospital is available if needed. I would not have survived were it not for the exceptional care I received in my first six months of life.

Celebrating the generosity of donors from across the province who helped us break through the $18-million mark at Miracle Weekend for the first time.

favourite moment in 2013

The successful conclusion of the capital campaign to ensure continued, high-quality health services to BC’s children. 6

Knowing that I’m helping kids in BC to get the best health care possible and having the privilege of working alongside dedicated community leaders and incredible doctors, researchers and caregivers.


report from

the President & Chair

Last November we successfully concluded this campaign, the largest health-carerelated capital campaign in the province’s history, and today, with the help of over 80,000 people and organizations, we are on track to reach our target – a new hospital in 2017. This accomplishment is all the more remarkable when we consider that even as we worked to reach our campaign goal, our donors continued to support the ongoing urgent health needs of our patients. Between the campaign launch

in April 2008 and its conclusion in 2013, not only did you, our donors, contribute $200 million to the campaign, you also made it possible for us to provide an additional $270 million to BC Children’s Hospital, Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children and the research institute during that period. The impact of your donations is both immediate and far-reaching. In our fiscal year ended March 31, 2014, 118,833 people made gifts to BC Children’s Hospital. You helped to maintain excellence in care by supporting everything from our capital campaign and research programs, which are focused on better understanding childhood illnesses and developing better treatments and even cures, to the purchase of equipment that enables safer treatments for children, education initiatives for staff and families, and a variety of clinical programs within the hospital. Thanks to you our foundation provided a total of $64.5 million in grants and contributions to the hospital, Sunny Hill and the research

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In three short years the Teck Acute Care Centre, the heart of the new BC Children’s Hospital, will open its doors to children and families from across BC and the Yukon. Since 2008 tens of thousands of people – donors and volunteers – have expressed their support for our $200-million Campaign for BC Children, enabling us to meet our commitment to this new building, and to Child Health BC.

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report from the president & chair / cont’d

institute in the fiscal year. As always, we worked hard to ensure your donations are used as intended and maintained a cost of fundraising of just under 19 per cent. Further information on the year’s finances and use of funds is available on pages 46–48. The impact of your gifts is evident across the three facilities our foundation supports and, most importantly, is reflected in the many stories our patients and their families share throughout the year and during our annual Miracle Weekend celebration. These families are grateful for the foresight you show when you support the hospital, and each of them can see the direct correlation between your generosity and the excellent care they received. With 85,397 children making 230,401 visits in 2013, that’s a lot of gratitude! As the BC Children’s Hospital site undergoes significant change in the months ahead, the impact of your generosity will be even harder to miss. One early example of that transformation is the Djavad Mowafaghian Child Care Centre, which opened on the site at the end of April and is now the

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weekday home to 49 infants, toddlers and preschoolers. Their parents – staff at the hospital – can focus on caring for sick and injured children knowing that their own children are being well cared for nearby. Much of the change your gifts bring about is less obvious than a new building. So we ask, as you flip through the pages of this report, that you keep in mind that, no matter how you choose to support the hospital, you are making a profound difference in the lives of tens of thousands of children in BC and the Yukon every single day. Thank you for your support.

Teri Nicholas, msw, rsw President & CEO

David Podmore Chair, Board of Directors


report from

the Campaign Chair

Challenging though it was, we were right to persevere. In the fall of 2014, the Teck Acute Care Centre, the heart of the new BC Children’s Hospital, will begin to rise on the hospital site. And just three years later, in 2017, the doors will open to patients, ushering in a new era in pediatric care in British Columbia. Fortunately we don’t have to wait for the opening of the new building to witness the transformation in care that our campaign has helped to bring about – Child Health BC is already having an impact on the lives of children and families across the province. Thanks to Child Health BC’s lead benefactor Save-On-Foods and other donors, thousands of children are receiving the specialized care they need closer to home, and caregivers across the province are taking advantage of new resources designed to help them treat children.

2013/2014 bc children’s hospital foundation annual report

We launched our $200-million capital campaign, the Campaign for BC Children, in April 2008 and within a year we knew that we had a tough road ahead of us. In our 2008-09 annual report, after an exceptionally challenging first year of the campaign, I wrote: “Even as financial storms raged, we held on to the belief that our goal was attainable, that future generations of BC children would have a state-of-the-art facility ready for them should the need arise… We knew that we had no choice but to continue. This is not a project that can be dismissed. So great is the need.”

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name

role

Don Lindsay

Chair, The Campaign for BC Children

motivation for volunteering

I believe it’s important to give back to our communities, and supporting BC Children’s is a great way to help children and families in communities across the province. favourite moment in 2014

Celebrating the groundbreaking for the Teck Acute Care Centre with donors from across the province who have made this possible.

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report from the campaign chair / cont’d

A campaign of this magnitude cannot succeed without the commitment of both donors and volunteers. A great many people helped us reach our goal. My job, as campaign chair, was made easier by

the tremendous commitment of our Campaign Leadership Cabinet: Kevin Bent, Graeme Currie, Douglas Gordon, Lisa Hudson, Graham MacLachlan and David Podmore. I am indebted to them and many other volunteers for their help, and remain immensely grateful to you, our donors, for putting children first. Thank you for supporting the Campaign for BC Children.

Don Lindsay Chair, The Campaign for BC Children

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This was truly a remarkable year. Donors from across the province and the Yukon contributed $24 million, enabling us to declare the $200-million campaign successful in November. Among the donors who came forward in the past year were several who made commitments of $1 million or more. These included Syd and Joanne Belzberg, Sylvia Chen and family, Asa and Kashmir Johal and family, Peter Hoy, the McCall MacBain Foundation, the Mining4Life Charity Challenge, John and Dana Montalbano, the Skidmore family, Lili Song, Arran and Ratana Stephens, and Windsor Plywood Foundation. Over the life of the campaign a total of 80,676 individuals and organizations made donations. This widespread generosity reflects public sentiment that children need and deserve our help.

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thank you Teck

With its focus on giving back to the communities in which its employees work and live, Teck became the largest donor to BC Children’s Hospital in 2008 when it made a $25-million pledge to support the construction of the Teck Acute Care Centre. Thanks to Teck’s generous commitment, countless children will benefit from first-class health care delivered in a facility built with their needs in mind.

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Save-OnFoods

For the past 100 years the Overwaitea Food Group, with the support of team members from Save-On-Foods, Overwaitea Foods, Cooper’s Foods, PriceSmart Foods and Urban Fare, has enriched the lives of British Columbians with its quality products and by delivering great value every day. With such a strong history, it’s not surprising that the BC-based company is safeguarding the well-being of this province through its support of BC Children’s Hospital – including a $20-million commitment to Child Health BC. Thank you, Overwaitea Food Group, for giving BC’s children the healthiest future possible.

thank you

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the future of care

the new teck acute care centre Twice the size of the existing BC Children’s Hospital, the Teck Acute Care Centre will be a remarkable facility in which children will receive the very best in pediatric care. After going through a rigorous planning exercise, which included the creation of full-size mockups of hospital floors before construction began, the project team is confident that the Teck Acute Care Centre’s design reflects the input of all users of the hospital and, importantly, will meet patients’ and their families’ evolving needs.

The new Teck Acute Care Centre is designed to Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold standards, a recognized rating in the construction industry that requires a commitment to environmental responsibility and efficient use of resources, and will include extensive use of wood, consistent with the Province of BC’s Wood First Act. When complete in 2017, the Teck Acute Care Centre will not only be revered for its role in facilitating the delivery of top-notch health care, it will also be an architectural marvel and model for other children’s hospitals.

Opposite page: Rendering of the open-air plaza beside the Teck Acute Care Centre.

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Next page: Rendering of the Ledcor Emergency Department and main entrance to the Teck Acute Care Centre.


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Take a journey through the levels of the Teck Acute Care Centre and meet some of the children who will rely on its services.

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Adjacent to the Ledcor ED is the Lee Family Diagnostics and Imaging Area; as many children who come through the ED require imaging services – including ultrasound, MRI, nuclear medicine, and others – the proximity of these two areas allows for quick and easy access to emergency imaging.

Lee Family Diagnostics and Imaging Area

patient

age

date of diagnosis

Hudson Verigin 6 Oct 2010 condition

number of times he’s visited the ed and medical imaging:

Cystic Fibrosis

15+

hobbies

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Playing video games, riding his bike, jumping on his trampoline, fishing, playing outside, eating ice cream, hanging out with his cousins


The Emergency Department (ED) is the first point of contact in the hospital for many patients and their families. In the new Teck Acute Care Centre, the Ledcor Emergency Department is located on the first floor and will be easily identifiable by the universally recognized red cross on a white background.

lobby

1

level

Teck Acute Care Centre

The main entrance takes children and families not visiting the ED into the Teck Acute Care Centre’s lobby and atrium, which connects the new building with the existing Ambulatory Care Building.

The Clinical Decision Unit and mental health treatment area in the Ledcor ED are new spaces designed based on input from clinicians and families.

The Ledcor ED features an entrance for walk-in patients and a separate ambulance entrance. The department is designed to facilitate a one-way flow of patients as an infection control measure. Within the ED there is a dedicated area for mental health patients, and a Clinical Decision Unit for longer-term assessment and treatment.

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Ledcor Emergency Department

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patient

age

nathan mitchell 9 condition

focal segmental glomeruloscleriosis A rare condition that destroys the kidneys date of diagnosis

date of kidney transplant

january 2009 march 2010 organ donor

anesthetic care unit A dedicated 27-bed Anesthetic Care Unit will serve the pre- and post-procedure needs of patients.

Carol Fleming,

Nathan’s grandmother

general procedures suite

Under the management of BC Women’s Hospital & Health Centre, the NICU on Level 2 will care for the province’s most fragile newborns. Having the NICU and high-risk birthing suite in the same building as BC Children’s Hospital’s acute care services ensures a seamless transition for infants who will require further monitoring and care at BC Children’s Hospital.

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The General Procedures Suite has seven general and minor operating rooms.


The Alex Skidmore Renal Dialysis Unit, the General Procedures Suite, an Anesthetic Care Unit and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) beds are located on Level 3. Patients will have views to gardens on Level 2 that open to the sky and bring natural light into patient rooms and internal corridors.

3

level

2/

Teck Acute Care Centre

Alex Skidmore Renal Dialysis Unit The Alex Skidmore Renal Dialysis Unit has two patient isolation rooms and four patient cubicles with views to interior gardens.

neonatal intensive care unit

The smallest operating room in the Teck Acute Care Centre is larger than the largest operating room in the current hospital. This additional space will facilitate the use of advanced equipment and larger operating teams.

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neonatal intensive care unit

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patient

age

Jack McMaster 3½ condition

Vein of Galen malformation

A condition that causes too much blood flow to one part of the brain and leaves other areas starved of blood, putting excessive strain on the heart date of diagnosis

treated with

March 2010

A procedure using interventional radiology

annual visits to bc children’s hospital

number of departments visited

2– 4

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anesthetic care unit

Special Procedures Suites supported by

A Night of Miracles The Special Procedures Suites are supported by the South Asian community initiative, A Night of Miracles. Children who are treated in this suite require the most complex procedures. The rooms within the suite are equipped for specialized surgeries, including those for neurology, cardiology and orthopedics patients, among others, as well as interventional radiology. This suite is adjacent to the intensive care beds.

A large public garden is located on Level 5.

mechanical/electrical/ medical device reprocessing

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Milan & Maureen Ilich Foundation Cardiac Intensive Care Unit

The Hudson Family Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU), the Milan & Maureen Ilich Foundation Cardiac Intensive Care Unit (CICU), the Special Procedures Suites supported by A Night of Miracles and an Anesthetic Care Unit are on the fourth floor.

4 /5 level

Teck Acute Care Centre

The Hudson Family PICU is the place where the province’s sickest and most seriously injured children will receive critical care. It has 28 private patient rooms, of which eight – the Milan & Maureen Ilich Foundation CICU – are dedicated to the care of cardiac patients.

Hudson Family Pediatric Intensive Care Unit

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The ICU includes private rooms, exclusively, with life-saving equipment at the bedside for quick access, and natural light. Currently, the majority of PICU beds are separated only by a curtain, and offer families little space and privacy.

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Inpatient rooms are located on the highest floors – Levels 6, 7 and 8. Roof gardens are accessible to inpatients and their families from Levels 6 and 8.

surgical and medical inpatient units

Each floor has four 12-bed inpatient units for a total of 96 surgical and medical inpatient beds. All patients will have private rooms, each of which will have windows and plenty of natural light. There is a pull-out couch so that parents can stay overnight at their child’s bedside, as well as storage space and private bathrooms to make hospital stays more comfortable for everyone. Families will also have access to cooking and eating spaces.

surgical and medical inpatient units

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6/7

Today, most of the patients we see are treated on an outpatient basis, meaning they come to the hospital for treatment and can go home on the same day. The children who are admitted tend to have conditions that are chronic and exceptionally complex, requiring care that is equally complex. Levels 6 and 7 are dedicated to our inpatients, giving them a comfortable environment in which to heal.

level

Teck Acute Care Centre

patient

condition

noonan syndrome and severe heart defects age

date of diagnosis

12 at birth most recent procedure

Had heart surgery in March 2014 to replace her pulmonary valve number of days spent on inpatient ward after surgery

number of surgeries at bc children’s hospital

3

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jeevan basra

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In addition to enabling the delivery of superb clinical care, amenities on this level will cater to patients’ social and emotional needs. A playroom will keep younger children occupied while a teen lounge will allow older patients to spend time with others their own age. The floor also offers dining and kitchen spaces, and two roof gardens dedicated to families.

Oncology Inpatient Unit supported by

the Chinese-Canadian Community

patient

age

date of diagnosis

serena bonneville 17 Oct 2013 condition

expected treatment end date

acute lymphoblastic leukemia january 2016

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favourite part about bc children’s hospital

hopes for the future

hobbies

The staff

A degree in Commerce from the University of Victoria

Soccer, acting and writing


The entire eighth floor of the Teck Acute Care Centre is dedicated to treating children with cancer and blood disorders, services that are currently spread across three floors of the hospital. With both the Oncology Inpatient Unit, supported by the ChineseCanadian community, and the Capstone Mining Corp. Oncology Clinic located on the same floor, patients will experience less stress, have better continuity of care and travel less within the facility, lowering the risk of infection.

8 level

Teck Acute Care Centre

A satellite pharmacy will dispense medications for patients on Level 8.

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Capstone Mining Corp. Oncology Clinic

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A Focus on Nature Nature is the main inspiration for the Teck Acute Care Centre. The colours used in the building’s facade reflect those of the forest, and signify rebirth and regeneration. The lower levels – referred to as the “forest floors” – use reds, browns and purples; mid-levels use yellows and greens to represent the canopy of trees; and higher levels use blue to represent the sky and horizon. Beyond vibrant colours, other features of the new BC Children’s Hospital grounds offer visitors plenty of opportunities to enjoy fresh air and greenery. There is an outdoor play area for children and an open-air plaza near the lobby. Several gardens – two of which are funded by anonymous donors – can be found around the site and within the Teck Acute Care Centre. A beautifully landscaped pathway called the Wellness Walk encircles the campus. w28th avenue heather street

oak street

teck acute care centre

Pocket Garden

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Pocket Garden


Roof-top gardens on Levels 5, 6 and 8 of the Teck Acute Care Centre offer patients, families and caregivers an opportunity to enjoy the outdoors in a peaceful and healing environment.

name

the Wellness Walk total distance

number of pocket gardens

1.6 km 2

number of new trees & shrubs to be planted

10,000+

description

The Wellness Walk provides patients, caregivers and neighbouring residents an ideal place to stroll, jog and retreat from the stresses of the hospital environment. Visitors to the site can enjoy public art and two pocket gardens that offer pleasant resting points. 29


name

djavad mowafaghian child care centre

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cost to build

child care spaces

size

opening date

$4m

49

696 Sq M

April 2014


the Djavad Mowafaghian Child Care Centre In April 2014 we celebrated the opening of The Djavad Mowafaghian Child Care Centre on the hospital site. This is the second new structure to open as part of Phase 1 of site redevelopment, following the September 2012 opening of the Clinical Support Building, which now houses numerous programs relocated from the Shaughnessy Building. Made possible by a generous $4-million contribution from Dr. Djavad Mowafaghian, the child care centre provides a safe and engaging place for children of hospital staff to learn and play. A reflection of Dr. Mowafaghian’s love of children, the centre enables medical staff to deliver their best care and attention to hospital patients, knowing that their own children are cared for and close by.

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CHILD HEALTH BC Children in communities across the province have better access than ever to the high-quality, specialized care they need and deserve thanks to Child Health BC. Supported with a $20-million pledge by lead benefactor Save-On-Foods, a part of the Overwaitea Food Group, Child Health BC is dedicated to giving BC’s children better access to health care and, whenever possible, bringing that care closer to their home communities. In the past few years, Child Health BC has worked with its provincial partners – including representatives from each of the province’s health authorities and several government ministries – to create and implement standards of care provincewide; fund the expansion and/or construction of pediatric health facilities in various BC communities; promote the use of technology, such as video-conferencing, to connect caregivers and patients living in remote communities with specialists at BC Children’s Hospital, and more. As a result, more and more children and families are getting the ongoing care they need from BC Children’s Hospital staff or their local health specialists – when they need it, where they need it. 32


percentage of bc children’s hospital patients who come from outside the city of vancouver

68%

number of annual visits made by children to outreach clinics supported by child health bc

1,60o+ number of times child health bc’s workshop reports have been downloaded from its website

number of capital projects supported by child health bc to date

BC Children’s Hospital patient Keira Caillet from Victoria, BC.

200,000 seven

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child health bc / cont’d

Opening of Surrey Memorial Hospital’s Pediatric Emergency Department In October 2013 Surrey Memorial Hospital opened a new Pediatric Emergency Department, supported by a $5-million contribution from Child Health BC. Like BC Children’s Emergency, the department is open 24-7 and is completely dedicated to treating children. Of Child Health BC’s contribution, $3 million is designated toward the department’s capital expenses; $1 million is for training and quality initiatives involving BC Children’s and Surrey Memorial’s Emergency staff; and $1 million is used to build pediatric care capacity in the region. Since its opening, the department has seen its daily average visits jump by 43 per cent – from 53 to 76. From October 2013 to February 2014, a total of 11,478 kids visited at the department, giving families living in the Fraser Valley easier access to emergency care.

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Making schools a safer place for children with diabetes Diabetes is a chronic and complex disease that affects about 250,000 British Columbians. Since children and youth with diabetes spend an average of seven hours a day at school, it is important to ensure their safety while there. Recognizing the need to address this issue, Child Health BC organized a collaborative provincial process and wrote a report providing the evidence, care elements and competencies required for diabetes care in schools. In response to this report, the ministries of Health, Education, and Children and Family Development determined that students with diabetes should have extra support during school hours. As of January 2014, health authorities began training designated school staff in the administration of glucagon as an emergency response to severe hypoglycemia – for when a child’s blood sugar drops to a dangerously low level. Thanks to Child Health BC, families of children with diabetes across BC have more peace of mind, knowing that critical, timely care is available to their kids in school.


contribution by child health bc to the surrey memorial pediatric emergency department

department capital expenses

training and quality initiatives

building pediatric care capacity in the region

breakdown

$5,000,000 $3M $1M $1M 11,478 kids Oct 2013 +43% number of patients in first four months

opening date

daily average emergency visits

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Save-On-Foods team members Dan Howe (left), vice-president of Marketing, and Allen Bordeleau, vice-president of People, at the opening of Surrey Memorial Hospital’s Pediatric Emergency Department.

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Douglas C. Gordon

John and Dana Montalbano

Teck Resources Limited & Employees

Donald R. Lindsay

Silver Wheaton Brian and Andrea Hill

Asa and Kashmir Johal & the Johal Family

Milan & Maureen Ilich Foundation Peter Hoy Lili Song

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Anonymous x6

gratitude The Patrick and Beryl Campbell Charitable Trust

Djavad Mowafaghian Foundation

The Quail Rock Foundation

Jack and Doris Brown Foundation

Sylvia, Prof. Wen, Alan, Angela Chen and Family

Stephanie A. Carlson

Chinese-Canadian Community

Allan & Clarice Skidmore and Alex’s Family

Jake and Judy Kerr

The Auxiliary to BC Children’s Hospital

Finning

RBC

Ledcor Group of Companies, Dave Lede Family Foundation


CIBC and CIBC Employees

Colonel Harland Sanders Charities

TELUS Team Members and Retirees

The Hudson Family

L. C. Campbell BMO Financial Group

BC Children’s Hospital Foundation gratefully acknowledges the support of 54 donors who gave $1 million or more to the Campaign for BC Children. The generous contributions of these leadership donors made the new BC Children’s Hospital and Child Health BC possible. Thank you.

Peterson

Canucks for Kids Fund

Mining4Life

Supporting Mining Communities Worldwide

Golden Girls Group

Scotiabank and its Employees

Estate of Karel and Edith Alston

The Yu Family

David and Janice Podmore & Concert Properties Ltd.

Rix Family Foundation

McCall MacBain Foundation

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Save-On-Foods Overwaitea Foods PriceSmart Foods Cooper’s Foods & Urban Fare

Jason and Emily Ko and Family & Viva Pharmaceutical Inc.

Daniel and Henrik Sedin and Families

Capstone Mining Corp.

Arran and Ratana Stephens

Syd and Joanne Belzberg

Windsor Plywood Foundation

A Night of Miracles

The Lee Family

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EXCELLENCE IN CHILD HEALTH The Excellence in Child Health Fund supports breakthrough research, the purchase of life-saving equipment and technology, and caregiver education at BC Children’s Hospital, the Child & Family Research Institute (CFRI) and Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children. Miracle Weekend dollars and other undesignated donations support excellence at these three facilities, ensuring that the most urgent health needs of BC’s children are met. Here are a few examples of how your support made a difference last year. Diabetes The immune system affects all aspects of a child’s health. When the system backfires or attacks itself, it can result in a lifelong condition like diabetes that requires daily therapy and monitoring. Diabetes is an incurable disease that is on the rise in children. About 130 children are diagnosed with this condition in BC every year. Donations help to ensure all British Columbian children with type 1 and type 2 diabetes get the care they need at our hospital. In 2013-14, the Diabetes, Nutrition & Metabolism research program received $1,248,000 in funding from donors.

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Researchers and clinicians, like Dr. Bruce Verchere, head of the Diabetes Research Program at BC Children’s, are working to find a cure. Dr. Verchere, together with team members Dr. Francis Lynn and Dr. Megan Levings, are looking at ways to protect islet cells – the cells that produce insulin – from attack by the patient’s immune system, make new insulin-producing cells for transplantation, and manipulate the way cells respond so that children with type 1 diabetes will accept the transplanted cells. The team is hopeful that today’s research will yield a cure in our lifetime.

Equipment Specialized medical equipment serves as an essential extension of our caregivers’ skills in caring for patients. It enables caregivers to have an accurate reading of a child’s vital signs, like blood pressure and amount of oxygen received, and to perform minimally invasive surgeries that require the utmost precision. In 2013-14, donors to the Excellence in Child Health Fund helped to purchase many pieces of equipment. Among these was a transonic monitor, which helps to reduce complications for kids requiring dialysis. The equipment allows caregivers to track blood flow in the veins and arteries used for dialysis, minimizing the risk that these “access sites” are lost due to narrowing or blood clots, which can form suddenly. Preserving vascular access sites is important because each person only has a finite number of these sites. For a child who may need dialysis or a kidney transplant more than once to survive, this device is particularly critical to the quality of their lifelong care.


cases of type 2 diabetes in children in bc

1982

95%

2017

of youth with type 2 diabetes are obese.

approximately

0 700 $1,756,738

The first case of type 2 diabetes in a youth in the world was reported in 1985 in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

In children and youth, the single most important risk factor for type 2 diabetes is obesity.

was used to purchase and upgrade equipment at BC Children’s Hospital.

Two new electrocardiogram machines are hooked into a new live network at Children’s Hospital that enables all tests to be saved directly to the network system. benefits

More time devoted to patient care

Lower margin of error

Instant access to information on the network

These units provide life support and anesthesia to patients undergoing surgery. These new machines allow us to provide the smallest babies with better life support.

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anesthesia units were purchased for the operating rooms at BC Children’s Hospital.

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Unbreakable

Breaking a bone was almost a daily occurrence for Faris Abdulwahab. When his mother Liza was six months pregnant, doctors diagnosed Faris with a genetic disorder commonly known as brittle bone disease, for which there is currently no cure. Faris’ first encounter with broken bones was on the day he was born – he suffered several bone fractures and was not expected to live. But two doctors at BC Children’s Hospital believed there was treatment that could save Faris. Their perseverance and Faris’ strong will paid off – today 10-year-old Faris is the light and joy of his family. Faris was the first child with his condition to have metal rods put in his legs to support his weight and prevent fractures – a treatment traditionally used to treat elderly people with osteoporosis. To grow stronger bones, Faris also takes a medication usually prescribed for menopausal women fighting osteoporosis. Despite all the challenges he faces the chatty youngster has always remained positive. From a young age, he dreamed of being an entertainer – so far, Faris has recorded a few songs in the studio and has done a voiceover for a kids’ TV show under his stage name, Freeze. Thanks to the care he receives at BC Children’s, Faris’ condition is improving every day. He has had a lot less bone fractures in recent years – a welcome change from when they used to happen, in Faris’ words, “24-7.” “I want to live my life to the fullest by doing what I like to do and contribute my talents to the world,” Faris says. “I believe that even with my disabilities, nothing can stop me from achieving my goal. I want to be an inspiration to children with disabilities.”

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age

Faris Abdulwahab

10

condition

Osteogenesis imperfecta number of bone fractures

number of surgeries at bc children’s hospital

number of annual hospital visits

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7

10

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patient

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$9,348,000 After 15 years of research, studies led by Dr. Kirk Schultz have resulted in the international approval of imatinib, a drug that more than doubles survival, from 25 per cent to about 70 per cent, when used with chemotherapy for children with a type of high-risk leukemia. It is one of the biggest improvements in the treatment of a type of childhood cancer in the 21st century.

went to research programs at the Child & Family Research Institute. These funds enable discoveries in medicine and new therapies that have the potential to transform the lives of children and their families.

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conducted over the past quarter century has helped to establish guidelines for influenza, chicken pox, whooping cough, HPV inoculations and more.

Vaccine research shows that two doses of the HPV vaccine in girls can be as effective as three, making it more accessible and affordable.

$625,000

went toward funding clinical fellowships to train the next generation of pediatric subspecialists in more than a dozen areas of care at the hospital. In 2013–14, these included: „„ „„ „„ „„ „„ „„ 42

Pediatric Radiology Pediatric Neurosurgery Pediatric Palliative Care Orthopedic Surgery Pediatric Dentistry Psychology

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2013 statistics babies were born with cardiac conditions

percentage of cardiac procedures performed at bc children’s on children under two years

on babies under one month

59% 20%


excellence in child health / cont’d

Cancer Care & Research Last year, 142 children newly diagnosed with cancer sought care at BC Children’s Hospital, the only place in the province where they can have a cancer treatment plan devised. Over 700 cancer patients received active inpatient treatment and made 9,136 outpatient visits to the hospital’s Oncology, Hematology and Hemophilia Clinics in 2013. Your support ensures these children continue to benefit from some of the highest cancer survival rates in Canada. Childhood cancer and blood disorder research received $2,300,000 in donor funding.

Your donations help to support the stellar cardiothoracic surgery team at BC Children’s, led by Dr. Sanjiv Gandhi, that provided the expertise required to create Western Canada’s second pediatric heart transplant program at BC Children’s Hospital. The fully sanctioned program was announced in October 2013, just one year after Dr. Gandhi performed his second heart transplant in BC. Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children is responsible for specialized child development and rehabilitation services in BC. As part of BC Children’s Hospital, Sunny Hill sees children from across the province with conditions that affect their growth and development, including cerebral palsy, brain injuries, autism, hearing impairments and more. In 2013-14, a total of $1,181,000 went to support the needs of children and families at Sunny Hill, including research, education, technology and equipment, and patient comfort. These initiatives ranged from compassionate care for children, such as outings and recreational activities for special occasions like birthdays and holidays, to the use of robotics to help children participate in activities and therapy, and virtual reality to motivate children with neuromotor conditions to stay engaged with therapeutic exercise programs.

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Dr. Kirk Schultz is the national leader of the ABLE study, which is looking into biomarkers that could indicate which children may develop graft-versus-host disease after a bone marrow transplant, renal toxicity due to the anti-cancer drug cisplatin, and understanding who may be at risk of blood clots during cancer treatment. Dr. Rod Rassekh is leading the portion of the study that aims to predict which children are at risk of developing hearing loss as a side effect of their cancer treatment. And CFRI researcher Dr. Christopher Maxwell is improving the lives of children by studying how brain cells grow and how healthy cell division can be maintained in children receiving brain tumour treatment.

Cardiac Sciences Last year, over 400 babies were born in BC with heart conditions and BC Children’s Hospital received 9,875 visits from children requiring cardiac care. Our specialists performed 300 cardiac operations, over two-thirds of which were open-heart procedures.

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wonder girl patient

age

number of surgeries and procedures

Emily Rogers 15 17 condition

longest surgery

Gross omphaclocele 8½ hrs

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hopes for the future

hobbies

To become an elementary school teacher

Photography


Emily was not expected to survive past birth. She was born with a major abdominal defect and seven organs outside of her body. She underwent her first surgery when she was just four hours old. Her mother Marie thought she would never see her baby girl again. During an eight-and-a-half hour operation, surgeons at BC Children’s Hospital successfully put two of Emily’s organs back inside her body. A tremendous challenge lay ahead. Faced with the fragile infant’s high risk of infection, the team of specialists raced against time as they completed several additional surgeries to make room in her abdominal cavity for the remaining organs. By the time Emily was seven days old her doctors had completed their work. At the time, she weighed less than five pounds. After 15 years, Marie still remembers these events as if they happened yesterday. She’s particularly grateful for Emily’s chief surgeon, Dr. Geoff Blair, who continues to go above and beyond for her daughter. “Dr. Blair flew in from San Francisco the day Emily was born so he could be here in time for the surgery,” she says. “We wanted to find a surgeon who believed in Emily and, after talking to Dr. Blair, we knew he was the one.” While compassionate, Dr. Blair was always upfront with the family about the massive challenges Emily faced. At one point, he told Marie that Emily could have developed any of 5,000 different anomalies because her condition affects so many of her organs. Emily’s recovery is by far the best he’s seen for anyone with her condition. Today Emily must still deal with substantial hearing loss and minor kidney problems, but that she faces only these challenges is a true wonder given her perilous start. 45


report from

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The successful push to conclude our capital campaign and solid annual fundraising programs led to another strong performance and an increase in total consolidated revenues in the 2013-14 fiscal year, ended March 31, 2014. Total consolidated revenues, including lotteries and investments, were $92.2 million in 2013-14, up slightly from $91.9 million in the year prior.

Miracle Weekend revenue, announced in June 2013, increased to $18,353,580 in 201314. Foundation events including ChildRun, Jeans Day™ and the Chinese-Canadian Miracle Weekend each raised over $1 million, while the Banks Division and Retail & Wholesale Division raised $2.2 million and $5.7 million, respectively, and Mining for Miracles brought in $1.6 million.

We achieved this thanks to a consistent performance in fundraising, an increase in investment income of $1.8 million over the prior year to $12.7 million, and an increase in net revenue from our two lotteries – the Choices Lottery and the Dream Lottery. Net lottery revenue increased by $1,232,989 to $6.6 million due to strong sales in both lotteries. Proceeds from the lotteries support research programs at BC Children’s Hospital.

The flow of campaign pledge payments will support major gift revenue to some extent in 2014-15, but we may see a slight drop in major gift revenue and in total consolidated revenue in the first fiscal year beyond the campaign. Even so, we anticipate another strong year and we maintain our focus on ensuring we meet the needs of the children who benefit from services provided by BC Children’s Hospital, Sunny Hill and the research institute.

In November 2013 we announced the conclusion of our $200-million capital campaign, the Campaign for BC Children. Between April 1, 2013 and March 31, 2014, donors contributed $24 million to the campaign, which is supporting the construction of the new BC Children’s Hospital and Child Health BC.

If you would like more information about the foundation’s fiscal activity or to view our audited financial statements, please contact us at 604 875 2444 or visit www.bcchf.ca.

Michael Lam, mba, cpa, fca Chair, Finance Committee

Knut Nordlie, cfre Vice-President & Chief Operating Officer


8%

1%

9%

15%

Source of Fundraising Revenue

34%

33%

34%

15%

8%

Donations from individuals, corporations and community groups make up a large percentage of funds received by the foundation. Donors can choose to support a specific area of need at Children’s Hospital, Sunny Hill or the Child & Family Research Institute, or allow the foundation to designate funds where they are needed most.

The foundation accepts donations from individuals’ gifts in estate plans, gifts in their will, and gifts of life insurance or from a charitable trust. Tribute gifts are an expression of friendship, love or sympathy and provide a channel for donors to create a lasting remembrance of someone. Gifts may be designated to a particular area of interest. Undesignated gifts are used to meet the hospital’s most urgent needs.

BC Children’s Hospital Foundation receives funds from a number of special events each year, including Crystal Ball, For Children We Care, Festival of Trees and golf tournaments, as well as independent community events put on by individuals and groups across BC.

individual, corporate & community major gifts

bc children’s hospital miracle weekend

The annual Miracle Weekend is one of BC Children’s Hospital Foundation’s most visible community fundraising campaigns. This two-day broadcast is the culmination of a year of fundraising activities by employee groups, service organizations, schools and community groups, and members of the public. Miracle Weekend includes the A World of Smiles telethon on Shaw Multicultural Channel, the Chinese-Canadian Miracle Weekend telethon on Fairchild TV and radiothons on CHMB AM1320 and Fairchild Radio AM1470, and BC Children’s Hospital Miracle Weekend telethon on Global BC.

9%

direct response marketing

Every year, generous individuals respond to mailed correspondence, television promotions, telephone requests, and door-to-door solicitation conducted by representatives of BC Children’s Hospital Foundation. Many of these donors belong to the Sunshine Club – a monthly donation program that provides a stable and cost-efficient source of funding for the foundation.

special events

1%

united way & grants

Each year, British Columbians contribute to the United Way and designate Children’s Hospital and Sunny Hill as the funding recipients. In addition, granting agencies may designate funds to a specific program through the foundation.

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estate & tribute gifts

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1% 3% 3% 18%

Use of Funds Provided to the Hospital

56%

19%

research into childhood diseases

„„ Childhood cancer and blood research „„ Developmental neurosciences and child health „„ Diabetes, nutrition and metabolism „„ Genetics and health „„ Immunity in health and disease „„ Innovations in acute care and technology „„ Reproduction and healthy pregnancy „„ The Centre for Molecular Medicine & Therapeutics „„ Research institute infrastructure and equipment „„ Research investigator establishment awards

1%

3%

„„ Equipment and capital needs „„ Compassionate care for children „„ Cerebral Palsy Registry „„ Child Development & Rehabilitation Evidence Centre „„ Health System transformation „„ Research and clinical technology

„„ Clinical equipment in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit „„ Anesthesia machines for operating rooms „„ Specialized ventilators throughout the hospital „„ A broad range of other child-specific medical equipment

sunny hill health centre for children

3%

health promotion & education

„„ Child Health Quality Resource Centre „„ Transition from pediatric to adult care project „„ Leadership recruitment „„ Centre for International Child Health „„ Clinical fellowships „„ Other special projects including web-based innovation tools

specialized equipment

18%

specific endowments & designations

„„ Genetic research endowments „„ Pediatric oncology endowments „„ Diabetes research at the hospital and the research institute „„ A broad range of other areas of donor interest

56%

the campaign for bc children

„„ Construction of the new BC Children’s Hospital „„ Child Health BC

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Honour roll

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THANK YOU TO

OUR DONORS! CORPORATE, COMMUNITY GROUPS & FOUNDATIONS BC Children’s Hospital depends on corporations and their employees, foundations and community groups for their dedication and generosity. We thank our Legends, Champions and Heroes who pledged or contributed $10,000

or more between January 1 and December 31, 2013 for helping to make miracles happen. Corporate and Community Legends – $1 million or more

The Auxiliary to BC Children’s Hospital  BMO Financial Group  Canucks for Kids Fund  Capstone Mining Corp.  Costco Wholesale, Employees and Members Michael Cuccione Foundation Finning  Golden Girls Group 

Mining4Life Supporting Mining Communities Worldwide  RBC  Save-On-Foods, Overwaitea Foods, PriceSmart Foods, Cooper’s Foods, Urban Fare & Bulkley Valley Wholesale  Scotiabank and its Employees  Silver Wheaton  Teck Resources Limited & Employees 

Corporate and Community Champions – $100,000 to $999,999 Balding for Dollars Kirmac Collision Services BC Rare Disease Foundation Ladysmith Health Care Auxiliary  Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP  RBC – Employees and Clients  BMO Financial Group Employees  RE/MAX of Western Canada (1998) Inc. Bosa Properties Foundation and BlueSky Foundation  Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers  CIBC and CIBC Employees  Safeway & Employees Coast to Coast Against Cancer SMS Equipment Inc.  Foundation Summits of Hope  Dairy Queen Canada Inc. TD – Employees and Customers Deans Knight Capital TELUS Team Members and Management Ltd.  Retirees  Federated Co-operatives Ltd. Tim Hortons Goldcorp Inc. Donors designating through Grind For Kids  the United Way of the Lower Mainland  Hooked on Miracles – Mining For Miracles Charity Fishing Vancouver Foundation  Tournament The Vancouver Sun & HSBC Bank Canada – Employees The Province  & Clients  Walmart Canada & Employees Wigs for Kids

Corporate and Community Heroes – $10,000 to $99,999 30th Avenue Car Show  99.3 The FOX AA Wayne’s Towing Limited Abbott Nutrition Acme Fire and Safety Isabelle Tonolli Legacy Golf Tournament Actelion Pharmaceuticals Canada Inc. Air Canada Foundation Alberni Valley Charity Golf Classic Aldergrove Financial Group Appia Developments Ltd. Army, Navy & Airforce Veterans in Canada  Arrow Transport Systems Inc. Auguston Traditional Elementary School Ausenco Avcorp Industries Inc. B.C. Ferry Corporation – Employees B.C. Road Builders and Heavy Construction Association 

Bats for a Cause BC Children’s Hospital – Employees BC Children’s Hospital Foundation – Employees BC Hydro Power Pioneers  BC Safety Authority & Employees  BC Scrapbooking Crop for Kids BlueShore Financial BMO Nesbitt Burns BMX Canada – Race for Life Borden Ladner Gervais LLP  British Columbia Masonic Foundation Building For Kids Charity Golf Classic Canada Dry Mott’s Inc  CanadaHelps.org  Canadian Sunshine Kids Foundation Canadian Western Bank Canfor Corporation Carly Rae Music Inc. Cassidy Briggs Trust Cayman Islands Department of Tourism Chemainus Health Care Auxiliary  Child’s Play Charity Clean Energy BC C-Lovers Fish and Chips Coast Capital Savings 

“I know first-hand that when a child is diagnosed with cancer, it affects the entire family and the community around them. Balding for Dollars recognizes this and, through the many diverse programs provided, supports these children, teens and survivors, and their families. I am extremely proud to be a part of Balding for Dollars.”

– Suzanne Dunbar, Balding for Dollars committee chair

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Rogers Communications The Royal Canadian Legion Samsung Electronics Canada INC. Sears Canada Employee Charitable Fund Shaw Communications Inc.  Sofina Foods Inc. Spirit of Children Halloween Event – Spirit of Halloween Strategic Charitable Giving Foundation  Summerland Health Care Auxiliary  Sun-Rype Products Ltd.  Suntech Optics Inc The Sutherland Foundation Inc. Taiga Building Products Taseko Mines Limited TB Vets Charitable Foundation Thrifty Foods Tournament for Emily Triple Crown for Heart Bike Ride The Truck Loggers Association Tyco International of Canada Ltd UBC REC’s Lace Up for Kids  United Way of Greater Toronto United Way of the Fraser Valley University of British Columbia  Vancouver Police Department Dog Squad Van-Whole Produce Ltd. 

Variety – The Children’s Charity of BC Vernon BC’s Five Fathoms Tattoo – Custom Flash Day Vision Critical Communications Inc.  The Walking Read Wastech Services Ltd. & Employees WestJet Airlines Ltd. Williams Sonoma, Pottery Barn, Pottery Barn Kids, West Elm & West Elm Market WOD for Kids Yaletown Mini Storage Ltd. Youth Helping Youth Society Anonymous (3)

“Kirmac has proudly given over $648,000 to BC Children’s Hospital since the inception of our Kirmac Cares for Kids program began four years ago. This would not have been possible without the individual caring of our customers and staff throughout the community. It’s because of their support that we are able to contribute to this most worthy cause and we look forward to continuing our efforts for many years to come!” – Ian McIntosh, Founder & CEO, Kirmac Collision Services

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Louisiana-Pacific Canada Ltd. Coast to Coast for the Kids Macquarie Private Wealth Concert Properties Ltd.  Mangia E Bevi Ristorante Concord Pacific Foundation  Marriott Hotels of Canada Copper Mountain Mining Corporation Mars Canada  Cystic Fibrosis Canada Master Chan Feng-Tzu Memorial Charity Art Exhibition  DePuy Spine (Johnson & Johnson Medical Products) McMaster University DP World (Canada) Inc. Merit Consultants International Inc. Dr. Knox Middle School Mining Suppliers E.B. Horsman & Son Association of BC Endeavour Silver Corp. Mortgage Brokers Association Envision Financial, Valley First of British Columbia and Enderby & District Financial Music Heals Charitable Extra LifeTM (Children’s Foundation Miracle Network) National Bank of Canada Fishermen Helping Kids With New Gold Inc. Cancer NHL Players Association FLSmidth Knelson One Ocean Expeditions FortisBC The Oppenheimer Group  Fraternal Order of Eagles  Order of the Eastern Star FS Financial Strategies Pacific Blue Cross G&F Financial Group  Pacific Northwest Children’s General Mills Cancer Society – Kiwanis The Giving Tree Foundation Children’s Cancer Program of Canada  Painted Lotus Studio Gizeh Shriners of BC & Yukon Perkin Elmer Gord Bamford Charitable Phillips, Hager & North  Foundation Philoptochos Society H.Y. Louie Co. Limited Poker Tournament Hannah’s Heroes Foundation of Superheros  Helping Hands of WorkSafeBC Procter & Gamble Inc. Huckleberry Mines Ltd. and Prospera Credit Union  Employees Provincial Employees Community The Hylcan Foundation Services Fund ICBC Impact 7-Aside Soccer Tournament Provincial Health Services Authority  Imperial Metals Corporation Raymond James Foundation Imperial Oil Ltd. RE/MAX 2000 Realty (Guildford) Intergulf Investment Corporation RE/MAX Advantage Realty International Longshore and RE/MAX All Points Realty Group  Warehouse Union 502 RE/MAX Alliance (Victoria)  Irving Consumer Products RE/MAX Camosun Jia Feng Investment (Canada) RE/MAX Colonial Pacific Realty Co. Ltd.  RE/MAX Crest Realty (Westside) – Jordan Owens Memorial Hockey South Granville Tournament  RE/MAX Kelowna Kids Can Help RE/MAX Kelowna – Westside Kitanoya Marketing Corp. RE/MAX Little Oak Realty KPMG  RE/MAX Nyda Realty Ledcor Group of Companies  Lion, Lioness and Leo Clubs of BC  RE/MAX of Nanaimo RE/MAX Real Estate (Kamloops) Little Hearts Fundraiser RE/MAX Results Realty London Drugs Limited RE/MAX Sabre Realty Group Long & McQuade Musical Instruments RE/MAX Westcoast

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CHILDREN’S CIRCLE OF CARE The Children’s Circle of Care honours individuals, family foundations and privately held corporations who pledge or contribute gifts of $10,000 or more. It is our honour to recognize these dedicated donors for their support of child health between January 1 and December 31, 2013. The Royal Circle recognizes donors whose cumulative contributions to BC Children’s Hospital have reached or exceeded $1 million since the inception of the Children’s Circle of Care program in 1995. The Royal Circle Syd and Joanne Belzberg  Jack and Doris Brown Foundation  L. C. Campbell  The Patrick and Beryl Campbell Charitable Trust  Canadian Chinese Help Care Society  Stephanie A. Carlson  Caleb and Nancy* Chan Tom and Bonita Chan Sylvia, Wen, Alan, Angela Chen and Family  Dan and Jill Devlin Fu Tak Iam Foundation Ltd. Douglas C. Gordon  Brian and Andrea Hill 

Peter Hoy  The Hudson Family  Milan & Maureen Ilich Foundation  Asa and Kashmir Johal and the Johal Family  Jake and Judy Kerr  Jason and Emily Ko and Family and Viva Pharmaceutical Inc.  Dave Lede Family Foundation  The Lee Family  Donald R. Lindsay  McCall MacBain Foundation  John and Dana Montalbano  Djavad Mowafaghian  Peterson  David and Janice Podmore  Purdys Chocolatier  The Quail Rock Foundation  The Rix Family Foundation  William L.* and Marjorie-Anne Sauder  Daniel and Henrik Sedin and Families  Allan and Clarice Skidmore and Alex’s Family  Sandy So and Ron Benoit  Lili Song  Arran and Ratana Stephens  Windsor Plywood Foundation 

“I truly believe that the best investment in life is child health. Not only do sick kids benefit when they recover from their illnesses, they also tend to grow up as more positive individuals, and will in turn help others in their community. There is a saying in Chinese – it is more of a blessing to give than to be on the receiving end.”

– Sandy So

Allan and Elsa Yap  The Yu Family  ZeShan Foundation Anonymous (3) 2013 Members The Abercrombie Foundation  Seth Allen and Lori Pinkowski  Aqueduct Foundation – The Nighthawk Fund  Tali’ah Aquilini  The Arneja Family © AWG/All West Glass  Noreen Ayles  Paul Balfour  Arthur and Elle* Bargen Collin and Helen Barker © Michael Barker © The Barnes Family Foundation Keith & Betty Beedie Foundation Ryan and Cindy Beedie  Charles and Del Belli-Bivar Stephen and Kathy Bellringer Deepak Binning Foundation Bosa Properties Foundation and BlueSky Foundation  John Allan Bridges Memorial Foundation Patti and Bruce Bried  Sean Bristol and Lisa Cheung © Michael and Pat Broderick Natasha Broemling and Scott Bell © Craig Bushell Terence Byrne  David Cabral and Lori Tucker © Karen M. Campbell © Barry and Laurie Cavanaugh  Chelsea Cavanaugh Neil K. Chadha and Rashmi Chadha © Richard C. Chan Tin Lum and Suet Yee Chan  David and Sophia Chang  Pei-Lun Chang and Jen-Chieh Wang

Jean-Pierre Chanoine and Ariane Alimenti © Mai Lin Chen and Yongjin Yong Mei Chun Chen Patrick and Polly Chen  Chun Choi and Juliana Cho  Chuen-Chung and On Chau Chow  The Christopher Foundation  David and Alice Chung  Winnie W. Y. and Donald K. Y. Chung  John Clarke The Clayton Family Allan and Victoria Cloke Doug and Barbara Cochrane © JP Collet and Jun Chen © Robert L. Conconi Foundation  Mary B. Connolly and Louis D. Wadsworth © Lance and Diane Conway Bradford Cooke Randy Cooke  W. E. and Y. V. Couling  Douglas J. Courtemanche © Yvonne Csanyi-Fritz and Family © Graeme and Cheryl Currie  Charles and Isabelle Diamond  Craig and Carrie Diamond  Gordon and Marion Dixon  David H. Doig and Emma J. Stevens  Rui Qin Dong  Walter and Heather Duncan © Carol Dyck  John B.* and Edith G. Dyck  Elm Foundation  Guity Moarefi Elmieh Joe and Diane Formosa  Martin and Ashley Gaetz  Danny* and Shirley Gaw  Roger and Isabel Gibbins B. Ming Gin  Glassworld  The Gooding Family The R K Grant Family Foundation  Grayross Foundation  Great Century Foundation  Eugene Greczmiel of Conway Richmond Ltd.  Harry Grimm and Robert Grimm  Michael and Susan Hagerman Del and Miranda Halladay Kevin and Jennifer Harris ©

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* Deceased


“Juvenile arthritis and the myriad of other rare autoimmune diseases are often overlooked for resource allocation, yet children with these diseases may have severe debilitating problems into their adult lives. We decided to join the Children’s Circle of Care to support the important research, advocacy, education and care that we believe our patients, and their families need.”

– Dr. Lori Tucker and Dr. David Cabral

Raymond Kahwaji and Family © Keith D. Kennedy* Brian and Tammi Kerzner and Family  Alan Kiss  Hans and Linda Kohler  The Koo Family  Frederick K. Kozak and Lorna E. Hruby © The Kronier Family  Krown Imports  Robert S.Q. Ku and Koe Won  Sukesh and Sunita Kumar  John and Adrienne Kutzschan Kaman Kwok  David & Dorothy Lam Foundation  Michael and Annie Lam  Gillian Lauder © Pascal Lavoie and Isabelle Fontaine ©

Catherine Pallen © ParetoLogic Inc. Ali and Kirsten Pejman  Blair and Mairi Claire Pigeon  Conrad and Dorli* Pinette Shafique and Sally Pirani © Dana Prince and Elana Sigal – Zach Prince Foundation Procon Mining and Tunnelling Ltd. John* and Doris* Proskurniak Marie-Paule and Tom Redelmeier Chris and Leslie Reilly © Eleanor Reimer © Art Rennison* and Primex Investments Ltd.  Graeme and Joanne Renton  David and Pamela Richardson  David and Pixie Riddle  Al Roadburg Foundation Graham S. Robins and Suzanne Burgess Robins Stewart and Darlene Robinson Kevin Ronning Jack Ross Jim and Noreen Rustad  Ross and Shauna Rustad  The Sanatani-Stevens Family © Matt and Sharon Sauder William Sauder Louis and Jacqueline Scheepers © Rick Schreiber and Cheryl Brownstein © Kirk and Julia Schultz © Richard D. Scott Michael and Diane Seear © Joseph and Rosalie Segal  Shany Family Dave and Janneen Sharples Elizabeth Sherwin Yale and Donna Simpson  Erik and Heather Skarsgard © Reg Skelton Thomas and Lorraine Skidmore  Derek and Barbara Smith  Peter Smith and Sophia Huang  Solaris Management Consultants Inc.  William Soo and Vicky Cheung Paul and Edie Steinbok © Stephen Bros. Contracting Ltd. Laura Stewart © Sylvia Stockler-Ipsiroglu and Osman Ipsiroglu © The Kim Stolberg Foundation  Cynthia and Sidney Suen 

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Raymond Hennessey* Dana T. Herberts Michael Herberts Mark and Joan Hill © Tim and Kerry Horsman Martin C. K. Hosking © Lori Hoy  Larry S. Hughes  Aaron Hui and Leanne Page © Denise Hui Hilary and Patsy Hui  Terry Hui  Derek Human and Family © Intergulf Investment Corporation Jim and Linda Intihar  David and Yael Israel © Kevan and Rikki Jacobson © Jansen Family  Jia Feng Investment (Canada) Co. Ltd.  Ahmet Murat Kadioglu 

Cliff Lede Family Charitable Foundation  Daniel and Shirley Lee  Sonny and Florence Leong  Judy Leung  Ken and Snow Liang  Kenneth and Michelle Lim © Stan and Bonnie Lim Ann Y. C. Lin Scott and Lana Lindsay  Craig Long Van Hen Lu and Thieu Mai Ly Jeffrey and Barbara Ludemann © Harald and Sharlene Ludwig  The Lutsky Families  Nancy Ma  Simpson and Nora Ma and Family  Robert MacDonald  Graham and Sylvie MacLachlan  Stuart MacLeod and Nancy McCullough © David and June Madill Mainland Sand and Gravel Ltd. Juanita Manning  Cliff and Mary McCracken Frank & Yvonne McCracken Foundation  Dean McDonald  Arlene G. McGinnis  Chris McLeod Gary and Anne McPhail  MEG Consulting Limited  Derek M. Melville John D. and Joyce Mitchell Bjorn and Rochelle Moller  Rolly Montgomery Rebecca E. Morley © Paul and Elizabeth Moxham © Lenny and Jehane Moy and Family Kishore Mulpuri and Hima Bindu Yarlagadda © Ted Muraro Alexander and Gene Nam National Importers Ltd.  New Profession Collision Ltd. and Daniel Lee  Teri L. and Lee Nicholas © John and Diane Norton  Oasis Foundation Mark and Victoria O’Dea  Paul Oei and Loretta Lai  Jim O’Rourke  Peter O’Sullivan  Ernest and Shawn Ouellet 

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The Sutherland Foundation Inc. Debora Sweeney and Stephen Crombie © Thomas and Ida Tait  Hans Tang  Hiroyuki Tarumi Vijay and Shamini Tharmarajah David and Gail Thompson The Ticknor Family Scott M. Tindle Dean and Kitty Toye  Transworld Management Ltd.  Michael Traynor © Pak Hang and Felisberta Tse  The Vaale and MacDonald Families  Nancy Van Laeken © Ron van Steenoven & Associates Ltd. The Allen and Loreen Vandekerkhove Family Foundation John and Cathy Vandervelde  Cynthia and Bruce Verchere © Victoria Foundation – Anonymous Fund Amir and Yasmin Virani  Nizar and Nur Virani  Brooke N. Wade Charitable Foundation  Robert Y. Wales  Godfrey Walton The Wang Family  Eric Webber and Farah Valimohamed © Alphonse Welchering David and Janis Wensley and Family © Mark Wenzel  Peeter and Mary Wesik  Westbank  Westberry Farms Ltd.  Westrow Foods  Sandra Whitehouse © Simon Whyte © Chip and Shannon Wilson The Wolrige Foundation Allen and Karen Wong  Norman Wrigglesworth Peter K. Wu  Ernest Yee The Yen Family  Zalkow Family Foundation  Peter and Diane Zell  Anonymous (19)

CHILDREN’S CIRCLE OF COURAGE The smaller the patient, the greater need for specialized medical care and support. We thank these individuals, family foundations and privately held corporations for their support of $1,000 to $9,999 between January 1 and December 31, 2013, and welcome them to the Children’s Circle of Courage. 072089 BC Ltd. 0908353 BC Ltd.  0950526 BC Ltd. 2060241 Ontario Inc. 652339 B.C. Ltd.  A. Bosa & Co. Ltd. Sonbol Abar Ace Architectural Millwork  Amelia H. Ackerman K. Ruth Adair  Rodney and Edith Adam Chris Adams Farzana Adatiya Charles J. Addison William Stephen Affleck* Aggressive Transport Ltd.  Agropur  Alaeddin Ahmadi and Mitra Tarameshloo Gary and Karm Ahuja and Team Miracle Maya Susan Ainsworth John M. Akehurst Brian and Allison Akre Catherine Alexander Shamir B. and Sophia Alibhai  All Seasons Mushrooms Inc  All Tech Transport Ltd Noreen Allsopp  Lamis Al-Omar Altus Group Vancouver Real Estate Advisory Services Inc. Henri and Karen Alvarez Amalgamated Mining Inc. Amco Electrical Ltd.  Mark Andersen Anderson Daymon Worldwide Inc. E. Edvard and Mary-Louise Anderson  Steven Anderson and Brenda Redman  Yolande Anderson  Dale Andres Eric S. Z. and Anne Andrew  Margaret A. Andrews Annie’s Inc.

Paul Antoniadis API Asset Performance Inc.  Aquaventures Swim Centre Shelley Arding Howard R. Armstrong Kent Armstrong Armstrong Family Foundation  Rick and Sharon Arnish  Julie Aselstine  Richard and Kitty Ashe Atlantis Submarines (International Holdings) Inc. Amarjit Atwal Sham Singh Atwal  Russell Aunger  James Austin The Authentic T-Shirt Company SanMar Canada Auto West BMW  William K. Auyeung  Yik Fung and Kam Duen Au-Yeung  AWM-Alliance Real Estate Group Ltd. Walter and Jean Badun John M. and Constance May Baechler Ernest Rae and Carole Ann Bailey  Russ Bailie Kamaljit Bains K. Jane Baker  Satwinder Bal Ian and Helen Ballam  Bobby Bancy Arno and Nirmal Bangert © Paolo Barbiero  Doug L. Barclay  F. Bartram  Karamjit Bassi  Anthony Bastiaanssen Bayside Furniture Ltd. Malcolm and Marion Beaton  Allen Beaudry Lynanne Beck Bee Maid Honey Limited 

John and Roberta Belancic Paul Belhumeur Darren, Ariane, Dylan and Hunter Bell  Jeffrey and Charlotte Bell  Wai Kwan Bell  Warren J. Bell Greg M. Belland Neil Bellosillo and Karina Amurao Claire Bemben Dalbir Benipal  Jacob and Maartje Benne Kenneth P. and Joyce A. Benson  Kevin Bent and Connie Spear  Steven L. Bergg Gary and Karen Berman  Brian and Bev Bertoia  Doug and Jane Beulah Edward Beutler Dave and Amber B. Bezahler Yadevinder Singh Bhullar Karina Biagioni The Bibby Family Laura W. Bicknell  Kim Bihari Garry Biles Bill Todd Ltd. Rene Bilodeau John L. and Jean Bingham  Gil Binne Bird Construction Company The Ken Birdsall Fund David and Lou Bishop Alessandro and Nicole Bitelli Black Gold Coach Lines Black Gold Transit Black Press Ltd.  Gisele Black  Jennifer Black Sharon Black & Associates RE/MAX Kelowna Robert Blair  Stephen W. Blake  Joyce and Frank Blandford Ryan Blazecka  Andrew and Kerry Block  Blue Magic Greenhouses Ltd.  Blue Pine Enterprises Ltd. Perry R. Boeker David Bogle  William Boland Craig Bonbernard  Jim D. Bond 

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Stephen Cadigan  Wenning Cai Sherry Calderon Ehyan Caldwell Cambridge Plumbing Systems Ltd. Gloria Cameron © John D. Cameron Bradley Campbell  Gordon and Claudette Campbell Gordon and Jean D. Campbell Canada Metal (Pacific) Ltd. Cantex Mining Services Ltd. Mark Cardas Maria Crisa Cardente Cardinal Meat Specialists Marguerite Carlson  John Fraser and M.S. Carmichael  Carole Yang Personal Real Estate Corporation  Barb Carpenter Rene G. Carrier Robert and Doris Carrothers Doug Carter Faye I. Casavant William J. Cassan Lana D. Catalano CBS Parts Ltd. Centaur Products Inc. Chambers Electric Carlos K. and May Y. Chan  Carmen Chan  Chris Chan  Keith Chan  Kwok Chu Chan  Nelson Chan Norah Chan Saree Chan  Stella Chan  Sze-Fung Chan  Tsz K. Chan  Bruce and Doreen Chanakos Sunny Chang and Lee See Chan  Karl Chapman Charlton Insurance Agencies  Jeff and Bettina Charpentier Robert and Barbara Chase  Asia Chaudhry Manu Chawla  Jimmy and Marie Chen  Stacey Chen  We Xing Chen  Wen Ying Chen Fook Cheng 

Gordon Ying Kay Cheung  Kitty Cheung © Lisa Cheung  Winnie Cheung  Mark and Caroline Chilvers © Frank F.K. Chin Solomon Yun Hin and Alice Hau Yin Chin  Eleana See Wai Ching  Iris Chiu Dennis Chmielewski Lawrence Cheng  Anthony Chow  Mien-Ju Chow  Wilbur Chow Jim Choy Mabel Choy Raymond Choy 

M. Vicky Christensen  Malcolm A. and Bonnie Christie Alex N. Christopher Robert R. and Linda S. Chrystal Andrew and Judy Chu  Jessie Chu Mike K. Chu Qian Chu  Tony Chu Fabiana E. Chubbs  Alice Chui  Dennis Chung James and Nancy Church Sue Churchill Michael G. Ciacci Citifund Capital Corp.  Citimark Projects Corporation 

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Mike Bonkowski Stuart Bonner  Tracey Boorman Jeff Booth Jas Boparai and Tara Grewal Boparai  Margaret Borer Michael V. Borrelli Bosa Construction Inc. Colin and Liz Bosa  Allan Bott Greg and Judi* Bowden Boyal Enterprises Ltd. Sandy and Molly Boyd Andrew Bracewell Pamela Brammall Brandron Consulting Ltd. Mike Brankston  Dalip K. Brar  Marlene Braun Stuart Breen William I. Breen  Tom and Monica Brennan Howard Breslaw Brighter Mechanical Ltd. Ronald A. and Ann Brinkhurst  British Pacific Properties Limited Mako Britz Barbara Broadbent C. E. Broderick Peter and Teresa Broerken Nelson Brooks and Ying Zhou Gerry R. Brow Iain A. Brown Joyce E. Brown Leagh Brown  Megan Brown  Lois Bruce  Malcolm Bruce  Léo Bruneau  Vaughan S. Bruneau Robert and Fatima Bruno  Michael Bryden Terry and Cindy Bubb  James Buckley  Bull, Housser & Tupper LLP Michael L. Burdick  Stephen Burk Ronald W. Burkle Foundation Geoff Burns Butterley Family Foundation Inc. C. Walker Group Inc.

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Civil Construction Co. Ltd.  J. Arthur and Catherine Clark Peg Clark William Clark Judith Clarke Peter J. and Elaine Clayden Andrew and Katie Clerides  Valerie A. Clouston Robert D. and Shannon Coates  Chris Coghlan and Susan Wall  Marlene Cohen-Wexler  Daphne Cole  Edward A. Colin  Collins and Cullen, Lawyers Darell Collins  Jon A. and Kay Collins Roxana Colquhoun Linda Conzaddi  Edward Coombes* Coquitlam Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ltd. Gayle Corah  Gary A. and Marilyn A. Corbett Corix Infrastructure Inc. Corra Foundation Balbinder Corra Cosmaceutical Research Lab  Tim Cotey and Erin Vipond  David Couling Herbert F.* and Ilene Coupe Geoffrey Courtnall  Curtis and Lindsay Cousins Dora Coutts Cowboy Enterprises Ltd. Joan Crabtree  Craftsman Collision David Craig  CREO Stone Inc. Charlene Crombie Kevin Crowell Guy Crozier CruiseShipCenters International Inc. Beverly Csikos CT-1 Construction Ltd. Cullen Machine Inc./ Rute Products for Motorcycles Rob and Jackie Cummins Robert H. Currie  Margaret Curtis Cusson Investments Ltd.  Cypress Lane Capital (Canada) Ltd.  Roger W. Cyr

Frank Czank  George Czank  Jill Yates Dahlgren Kenneth Dakin  Edward Dale Jody and Harvey Dales Michael Dalla Zanna Barbara Dall’o Maria Dallos Damo Surgical Ltd. Paul Daniels Ashit and Kristin Dattani Darcy and Fiona Daubaras David Procter Douglas E. and Margaret Daws  Bruce Dawson Gangaben Dayal Dayhu Group of Companies  Kevin P. De Sousa Alceo and Gina DeAnna Bryan Dear and Michelle Cote Chris Dechert Dwight D. Dee  Daniel Dekkers Elinore Delf © Scott Delgatty George deLure Arko Demianczuk and Doris Vretenar Tassia Demiris John and Lucille Dempsey Ken Dempsey Richard Dempster DenMar Electric Ltd. Glenn Dennis Jeff Dennis Antar Deol Manjinder and Kanwaljit Deol Deramore Construction Services Inc. Curt Derksen Mathew Dettling  Devonshire Properties Inc. Kristian Dewar John and Ditty Dewitt Dexter Associates Realty Gurpreet and Tarpinder Dhaliwal Mandeep R. Dhaliwal and Koml Kandola  Charanpreet S. Dhami  Harvey, Anita and Eshaan Dhasi Robin and Rena Dhir  Bruno Di Spirito and Family Darryl and Sandi Diardichuk

Robert A. and Carmen Dickinson Digital Alarms Ltd. Yinghong Ding Gavin Dirom Susan J. Dixon DMCL Chartered Accountants Daniel and Michelle Dodek  Amar and Natallie Doman  Lotta Marie Donald  Geoffrey Paul Donnelly and Carol Meekes  Aldo and Colleen Doratti Jim and Oriette Dorsey and Family Bob Douglas Bernie Doyle Brian L. Doyle Thomas Doyle Dr. Corey Paul Leung Chiropractic Corporation  Dr. J. Smillie Inc. Cody Dreger Dressew Supply Ltd. Nelson and Gilda Drozdowich  DSM Excavating & Contracting Ltd. Chong Jun Duan Harry Duan  Neville Dubash  David C. and Sharon Dueck Mary “Johnnie” Duffus  Beverly Duke Sukhjinder S. and Jusbinder Kaur Dulai Simran Dulay and Jaspreet Gill DuMoulin Black Management Ltd. Dunbar Lumber Supply Michael J. P. Dunnigan  Duso’s Enterprises Ltd.  Chris and Emily Dyck Dynamic Chocolates ULC  Dynamic Industries Ltd. Nikola Dzeletovic  E.D. Smith & Sons Ltd.  Jesse East Glenn and A.T. Ecklin  Barbara Eckman  Marion Edmondson  Justus Edmundson Bob Edwards Bryan Edwards Mark Edwards EECOL Electric Don Eggereson Rick C. and Lyanne Eggert

Rochelle Eker Craig M. Elander Darcy Elder Terry Eldridge  Diane Elliott  Dan Yuen and Wai You Eng Jack Lim Eng  Robert and Marianne Eng  Kenneth and Phyllis Enns  Ensign Pacific Lease Ltd. Enterprise Paper Co. Ltd. Allan and Tick Oai Entote  Envirosafety Confined Space Safety Equipment Inc. Euro-Rite Cabinets Ltd. EV Logistics  Karie-Lea Evans-Tardiff Jay Everett Evora Family Excel Educational Centre Inc.  Robby and Maria Faccio © Frederick Fairey  Bruce Fan John C. Farmer Rory Fatt  Edward L. Faulkner  Feature Millwork Inc. James H. and Katherine M. Fenton Ruth Ferlow Marisa Ferrara © Brenda Ferris Katherine Feth Lisa Fettback Leonard* and Pamela* Fidgett Kenneth J. and Jean C. Finch  Finica Food Specialties Ltd. Fitness Town  Thomas Flanagan Keith Flannagan  Youcille Flores Steven Flynn FMC of Canada John Fogden  D. Fong Raymond Fong and Angelique Leung  Food Should Taste Good Inc. Robert and Edith Ford  Stephen Forgacs and Pamela Lee © Fortinet Technologies Inc. Foss Maritime Company Lyle David Foster Fountain Tire

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Karen Gilmore and Rob Van Nus  Bert Gisborne Martin Gleis Patricia Glen Global Fruit Brokers Ltd  Globe Development and Planning Ltd Frances Glover GMS Industries Inc. Norm Godding Brian Godfrey Larry Gold and Pamela Scott © Theresa Gold Murray and Ann Goldberg  Orville Goldby  Golden Valley Foods Ltd.  Anne Goldring Ahmad Golkaryeh Mark Gomes George Gomory Margarita Gooding Stuart F. and Naomi Goodman David Gould Sara Gourlie Susan E. Gower Irene Graham  Mary Graham Roy H. and Kathleen B. Graham Mike Granger Michael Grant  Joan Granum  Carolee Gravelle Judy Gray  Kenneth P. and Sandra L. Greaves Chris Green  John Green Manjit Grewal Narinder and Gurmeet K. Grewal Parminder K. and Spinder S. Grewal  Jim Grieve Joseph Grosso  Grosvenor Americas Carlee Groves Stefan Guminski Gary and Linda Gumley Barry* and Judy Gunn Gurdwara Singh Sabha Society of Victoria Donald* and Jean Gurney  Gary J. Gurnon Margaret Guthrie H&R Building Maintenace Inc. 

H.C. Chen Physiotherapist Corporation  H.S. Crombie Limited Haebler Construction (2003) Inc.  Jasper and Teresa Hageman Phil Hahn Phil Haig Brenda C. Haines Robert Hainstock  Atousa Hajshirmohammadi  Robert and Carole Halsey Mikki Hamagami Kevin Hamaoka Dave Hammond Dong Mei Han Hansbraun Investments Ltd. Do-Ellen Hansen Norma J. Hansen Poul and Judith Hansen  Linda Hanson Happy Planet Foods  Harding Forklift Services Ltd.  John and Elaine S. Harding David and Margaret* Hardwick © Juris and Madeleine Harlamovs  Ken Harman Jeff and Leona Harries Anthony Harris  Brad J. Harris John and Marjorie Harris Annette M. Hart Ann Hartley  Haslett Holdings Ltd. Hatch Ltd. Bruce Hatter Ronald Hayes  Gurdev and Sukhjeet Hayre  Rohan Hazelton Lotte & John Hecht Memorial Foundation Marilyn Heddle Robert G. Heimbecker James Douglas and Elspeth G. Helmcken  Elizabeth Hengstler Robert Henry Adrien Herberts Angela M. Herberts Brady D.T Herberts Cameron M. Herberts Meryl R. Herberts Kenneth S. and Shaaron L. Hetland 

Pierre-Alphonse G. Heuskin Mark and Colleen Hewett  Debra Hewson Colin and Lois Hicks Hidber Holdings Ltd. Highliner Construction Ltd. Basil Hii and Patricia Ann Sackville  Philip G. and Marguerite Hill  Yvonne Camille Hill  Walter and Nelly Hillier  Lotus E. Hills Clark Hitchcock Dee Hnatko Anita Ho Ashley S. Ho Preto Family David Ho  Dennis Ho  Hsin Yun Ho  Kwing Yui and Fung Ching Chang Ho  Simon Ho Penny Hoban Rudi Hoenson  Andrea Hofmaier  L. & G. Hol Robert W. Hole Frederick J. and Goldie M.* Holman Robert J. Holt Chun Li Hong  Margaret Horne  Doug and Vicki Horswill  Brian Hoshizaki  Diana E. Hough Bradley Houser Jamie Houssian and Lauren Gehlen  Catherine Howard Daniel and Eva Howe  HRA Investments Ltd. Andrew Hromyk and Linda Getz  Zhong Hong Huang  Asif B. Hudani  Russ Hudson Chik Wai and Kwok Shuk Kin Hui  Rob Humphreys Onkar S. Hundal Florence M. Hungerford Brian E Hunt James A Hunt Anne Hunter Darryl B. Hunter

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Garth Fowler and Kathleen Rafferty Richard Fowler and Margot Fleming Stephanie Fowler Len Fox M. Jean France Lillian A. Franz David W. and Barbara Fraser William Fraser  Ann Frazer-Green Frederic Town Ken and Cynthia Friesen Gertrude Frischknicht  Fruiticana Produce Ltd. Joseph Fujisawa Karin Marlise Fulcher  Justin Fuller Victor Fung  Ron and Corrine Funk  Loretta Furtado and Quentin Boulton The Futura Corporation  Ben R. Gabriel Gagan Foods International Ltd.  John P. Gainor Jr. Alice V. Gallagher Robert Galvin Jia Gui Gao Manjinder Garcha  David Gardiner Jane A. Gardiner © Joanne Gassman and Bruce Chutka Megan Gates and Family Johannes and Dorothy Gawenda Jonathan Gelderman Shawn S. and Leslie George © Richard and Linda Geransky Maria Gerick Tim Germain Deanna Gerow  Hari Bans Ghirra, Mohinder Kaur Ghirra and Family Margaret E. Gibbs Henry and Marty Giesbrecht Ryan T. Giesbrecht Dennis Giesler  Mary Gilbert Avtar Gill  Indeep S. Gill Mandeep Singh Gill Mel Gill Mat E. Gilliam Patricia Gillott

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Malcolm H. and Janice D. Hunter Darrell Hurst  Marietta Hurst Barbara Husband Lorne Hutchinson  Christopher Huxtable Lan Diep Huynh Ideal Gear & Machine Works Inc. William and Francine Iles ILWU #508 In Sight Optical Incognito Software Inc. Industrial Compressor Services Ltd. Indy Electrical Ltd. Duncan Innes Intact Insurance  International Aviation Marketing International Biscuit & Confections International Herbs Ltd.  Frank Intihar Invis – Team Rob Regan-Pollock Michael Ireland Norman (Rob) Ireland  William and Deanna Irwin Hilary R. and Rita M. Isbister Island Girl Originals Khaled E. Issa J.D. Sweid Ltd. Robin Jackson Joan W. F. Jacobson  Arati Jain  Mana Jalalian  Christine Janeshewski Stephanie and Joel Jansen and Family Jacqueline K. Jansen Arlene Jardine Daniel and Wendy Jarvis Sandra Jarvis  Rajinder Jaswal Chuck and Elizabeth Jeannes Frank and Anne Jefferies  Murray Jeffery  Rinus Jellema Al Jeske Hui Jiang  Jireh Farms Ltd. Will John Barrie and Eleanora Johnson  David A. Johnson  John L. and Catherine Johnson Mary E. Johnson

Paul and Bonnie Johnson  Wayne A. Johnson James W. and Dawn L. Johnston Janette Joiner H.D. Bert Jones Keith Jones Ming H. Jong  Trevor Joseph M. Colin Joudrie and Dawn Russell  Graham Judd Wan Jung K & K Enterprises Ltd. K & K Forwarding (2008) Ltd. K&H Dispatch Couriers K.N. Golden Investment Ltd. Andrew G. Kadler  Michael and Reva Kalef  Clara Kan  Steven R. Kasper Ivo Katnich  Andrew and Corrina M. Kaweski Scott Keast and Arleigh Wood Kee Bee Services Ltd. Norman and Joan Keevil Fred Keller  David Kelly Bruce Kelsch Alan Kemp Tiko Kerr  Kersh Cares John P. Kerti Zane and Jaye Kerzner Joshua Kesselman Damian and Charlene Kettlewell Christine Kilbourne Ian C. Kilgour Hae Jin Kim Henry Kyu and Jung-Hee Kim John Kim Andrew John King Henry and Marg King Maureen S. King Michael and Cathy King Shane King Sze Cheung Siu King Foundation  Susanne Kingshott  Sheila Kirkwood  Scott and Sandy Kjellbotn  Tom Klassen Herman and Helen Klatt  Jacob J. Kliman  Anna Kloess  Henry and Heleen Klop

Marie Christine Klukas  Darrell A. Kneller Brett Knelson Bruce and Denise* Knight  Betty Koeneman Glen Arthur and Diane E. Koenig Koffman Kalef LLP  Morley and Myrna Koffman  Peter and Lorilee Koltai Joanna Kong  Hattaya Kongsilp David Koszegi  Joseph and Vonnie Kovacic  Margaret Kovacs Martin Koyle Gerald Kranrod  Gerhard and Rita Krause  Leo Kristensen Andrea A. Kronshage  Kevin Kruk KSG Consulting John S. Kupskay  Yuki Kurozumi  Connie and Robert Kwan Geoffrey Kwan James Kwan Yok Chu Kwan James B. Kynoch Shafik Ladha Giovanni LaFauci Raymond and Sigrid LaForest Mireille Lafrance and Denis Cuerrier  Jack K. C. Lai  Kevin Lai  Mike Si-Un Lai and Kitty Yee Siu  Terry Lai  Rajni Lal Marisa Lam  Siu Lee Lam  Tam Lam  Wan Lam Winnie Lam  Lambert Plumbing & Heating Ltd. Keith and Lindsay Lambert  Lita R. Lane Brent and Sherry Lang Stanley Lang  Annette Langdon Langley Hyundai Robert Langthorn Stephen R. Larocque Glen Leader Marcus and Celia Lau 

Philip Lau  Carmela Laurino William L. Lavery* Edwin and Cher Mi Yu Law  Koon Kau Law  Loretta Lawrence and Steven Rudd © Evans Lawson Camille Laycraft Kevin Layden and Kristy Brinkley Jason Laynes Dustin Layzell Byron and Debbie Lazar Emily Lazare  Stephen Lazenby and Deidre J. Herbert LB Maple Treat John Leake  Jim Lebedovich Ledgir House Ltd. Betty Lee  Edwin Lee and Joanne Gunn  Elke Lee and William Wong  James and Kathleen Lee Lidia Lee  Matthew Lee  Olivia Lee  Stan W. Lee  Yong Lee Ernie and Barbara Leenheer  Shirley Leggett Phillip LeGree Jonathan R. Lehman  En Ze Lei Carol Leong Helsa Leong  Marylou Leslie Henri Letient  Anne Letkeman  Dora Wai Yee Leung  Geoffrey K.W. Leung and Virginia Kuok  Nicky Leung  Wendy Leung Simon Levin Anna On Nar Li  Juan J. L. Li M. K. Li  Raymond and Anna Li  Yang Li  Amanjit Lidder Keith Liedtke Lignum Forest Products Orval Dale Lillies

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MacGregors Meat & Seafood Ltd. Mark Mache  Brent MacIntosh Florence V. MacKenzie Neil MacKenzie Robyn E. Mackenzie James MacLeod Malcolm and Karen MacLeod Macon Construction Ltd. John MacRitchie J.S. Madahar Jason and Kelly Maddalozzo Remo and Cheryl Maddalozzo  Peter Maddison Keith and Yvonne Maddocks  Terance J. and A. Judy Mager  Gong Sen Mah  Jerry Mahnger Kenneth Major Michael Mak John Malo  Alvin Man Bob Mann Scott Marchant Nancy and Frank Margitan Marin Investments Limited Marine Petro Bulk Ltd. Betty Marlor Ken and Barb Marsh Derek Martin Iona Martin Mike Martin Patti Martin  Massimo Zanetti Beverage Don Matheson Kari A. Mathew Barbara Mathews Gagan Matta  Ray Matthews Richard and Irene Matthews Moira Maybin Ronald and Frances Mayer  Don and Anne Mayhew Jack Maze  Ethel McAfee Gerry McArthur Peter McArthur and Ellen Malarchuk  Daniel McCarron McCarthy Tetrault LLP Bertie and Sylvie McClean Thomas McConnell Ronald P. McCormack and Carmen M. Petersen 

Richard McDaniel PREC Tisha McEvoy Gerry McGhie Anthony McGill  Sean and Erin McGill  Courtney Nicole McGillion Paul McGillion McGillis Contracting Diane McGillivray Sam McGladdery J.J. McIntyre The McKay Family Kemp and Sandra McKay  Mary McKenna © Iris McKibbin © Brian McLean Chevrolet Ltd. Darcy McLeod Gordon F. McLeod Athole McMichael Brown* Raymond McMillan Shirley A.L. McMillan  Michael McMullen Harry McNeil James C. McPherson  Mega Sushi Ltd. Robert Meggy Melissa Y. H. Mei  Meinen Brothers Agri Services Inc. Linda M. Meinhardt Menkar Enterprises Hendrik Menkveld  Doug and Marie Mervyn  Neil and Hazel Meyer William Meyer  Alfred John Mezzomo Paul Michal and Heather Kerr Jeff Michaud Ken Mitchell Midas Auto Service Experts Steve Middleton Patrick Y. and Diane R. Miki  Dale V. Miller Gary and Barbara Miller  Jack Miller Jim Miller John Miller Matt and Stephanie Miller  R.A. Millos Christine Mills © Yolanda Minicucci Allan Minler  Leslie Minter  Mirhady Family Fund

Barbara and Gordon* Mitchell Bill and Debbie Mitchell Doreen E. M’Lot  MNP LLP  Arvid and Sandra Moan  Dylan and Christine Modder Modern Beauty Alexander and Elena Moiseev Peter Molnar Moly-Cop Canada Mona Ip Insurance Services Ltd.  Monarch Holdings Ltd. Montship Inc. Bradley Moonie Roy and Pamela Moor Christina Moore Philippa Morgan Thomas J. Morison Jennifer Morris Donald P. Morrison Evan Morrison Terrence Morrison Morsat Wireless Ltd. Hazel Morse Mike Morse Darren Morson  Motorways Transport Ltd. Peter Mueller  Jennifer Muench Kris Mugridge Ben Mui  Kei Lok Mui  Patrick D. Mulhern Cindy L. Mummery  Gaylene Munday  Shamim Muneer Karen E. Munro Todd Murdoch Kathleen M. Murison Alnavaz F. Murji Margaret Murphy  Murray Market Access  Todd Murray  Robert and Patricia* Muster  Margaret Muxlow  James L. Nadolny Gurpreet and Manjit Nagra Gary Nah  Nahanni Truck & Trailer Repair Ltd. Yoganathan Naidoo  David Nairn Mark and Sally Nairn Catherine M. Nash 

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Nathan Lim  Juanzhen Lin  Wei Chih Arthur Lin R. Keith and Kathleen Lindsay  Rodney and Diane Lingren Vijayaluxmy Linkanesan E.W. and Anne Linnewedel Debbie Liu  Lena Liu  Yanzhu Liu  Yi Liu Yujiao Liu Lee-Leng Lo Martin Lo  Pansy Lo Polly Lo  Barbara Lockhart  Wayne and Carol Lockhart Bill and Anita Loeppky Ian A. and Joanne A. Logie Scott and Joy Logie and Family Barry Lohr Khodadad and Mahin Lohrasb  Donald and Stella Longstaff  Longview Communications Inc. Wes and Monica Loper Lordco Auto Parts  James Lothrop Barry and Benita Loughlin Brandt and Belinda Louie  The Lourenco Family Richard Lowe LR Foam Solutions Ltd. Nicholas Lubberts Lucas Inc. Tony and Kim Lucas Elaine Lui  Elizabeth Mei-Ling Lui Rick Lui Tom S. Lui and Teresa Y.C. Liu  Jerry Luking Donald G. Lumb  Ronild and Anne Lupton Anthonie Luteijn Thomas Ly  Lynum Management Resources Inc. Erik Lynum M. Pilozzi Inc. Mui Tai Ma  Michael MacCallum Ian and Helen Macdonald Robert G. MacDonald Ross MacDonald

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Robert and Karin Nassichuk  Harish Natha  Ron Neal  Sara Neely and Kenneth Crook* © David Nellist Albert and Carol Ann Nelson Ruth Nelson  Nemetz (SA) & Associates Ltd.  Norman Newall  Ken and Anne Newman Cecilia Ng and Bernard Lo  Dennis Ng  Kin Yin Ng Man Hing Ng  Michelle Ng Wai Shing Ng  Man Tuen and Ting Kong Ngai  Lynda Nicholls John Todd (JT) Noble* Knut and Susan L. Nordlie © Andrew Norman Northland Properties Ltd.  Carol A. Norwood Jared Oakes Oakrun Farm Bakery Ltd  Oasis Marine Services Ltd.  Molly and Michael O’Callaghan Ocean Trailer John and Lisa O’Donnell Maureen O’Donnell © Odyssey International Exports (2004) Ltd Okanagan Spring Brewery Ltd. Anne E. Oldham Robert and Theresa Olma Howard and June Olson  Geraldine Ong Parbhat Opel  Leila Or and Noah Or Orbis Client Services (Canada) Ltd. Douglas W. and Shirley-Anne Osborne Scot Osborne Brian O’Sullivan  Dave Otto Robert Ovenden  William Howard Overend  Wen Pin Ow  Pacbrake Company Pacific Blasting & Demolition Ltd. Pacific Centre for Reproductive Medicine Inc.  Brian Paes-Braga 

Vera Paget John and Lorraine Palmer  Joy Palmer Jack and Rose Pals Fazlollah and Monir Panahi Panther Precision Ghulam Ali Pardhan Steve Parhar Richard A. Paris Ken Park and Julie Hsiu-Yu Li-Park  Charlie Parker  Edith J. Parker  Graeme Parker Geoff D. Parkin  David Parkinson Parklane R.V. Centre Ltd.  Harpreet Singh Parmar Hudge Parmar  Suresh Parmar Dennis and Ashlyn A. Parolin Reid Parr Michael and Micki Partridge Pervez H. and Jeroo Patel E. J. Paterson Gino Patrignani Kris M. Patterson Paul Sangha Landscape Architecture  Garry E. Payne PCL Constructors Westcoast Inc. PDO Solutions Ltd. Pearce Developments Ltd. Peggy Yip Piano Studio Hossein Pejman Tam Kit Pek Robert and Patricia Pekeles Guido and Laura Pela Tim Pember Reginald Petersen Patsy Peterson James and Yvette Philip Gerald and Ana Philippson Diane E. Phillips Phoenix Food & Drug Group John and Isabel M. Pihowich Mark D. and Terry Pillon  Bernie and Georgette Pinette Pinty’s Delicious Foods Pioneer Security Systems Ian H. and Ebie Pitfield Minerva Pizarro Edna F. Plaxton  Robert Plowright

PM Search Partners Inc. Nicole Poirier Clifford Pollon Polycrete Restorations Ltd. Jaime* and Belarmina Ponte  Sandeep Poonia Pottinger Gaherty Environmental Consultants Ltd. James Potts © Dennis and Ellen Powell The Power Family Douglas J. Powrie and Sandra A. Herd Albert Poy Bernard and Julie Poznanski  Courtney Pratt John Priatel David and Cindy Primrose  Karen Probert  Elizabeth Proctor Progressive Rubber Industries Inc. Jantzen Pun and Evelyn Ko  Punjab Milk Foods Inc. Gagandeep Singh Purba Gurinderjit S. Purewall  Darcy Puri Jelena Puzic Q-Media Services Wei Qing Qu Quantum Murray LP John E. and Maureen Quested John and Sylvia Quilty  Quincy Vrecko & Associates Matthew Quinlan R.F. Binnie & Associates Ltd. Peter Raab Graham Racich Rader Farms Bhajan and Raveena Rai Bob Sukhwinder and Harpreet Rai  Jaswinder Singh and Surinder K. Rai Raicon Developments Inc. RAMMP Hospitality Brands Inc. Peter Ramos Albert* and Rose Rampone Gail Ramsden  Laurissa Rasmus David M. Rawsthorne Read Jones Christoffersen Ltd. Pearl Read Red Rocket Creative Strategies Frances Redick Kevin Redl

Reed Point Marina Ltd. Diane Reelie Frank and Priscilla Rehlinger  Michael D. Reid and Patricia Mary Brennan  Morley D. Reid  Robert L. and Evelyn Reid Jeff and Christine Reimer Reliance Properties Juan Rempel Steve and Audrey Rendall Restwell Mattress Company Ltd. Richard C. Rhodes Richmond Honda Ridley Terminals Inc.  Tamra Ritchie Gavin Ritson RJS Trading Int’l Ltd. Roberts & Brown Opticians Blake Roberts Ann B. Robertson Robert and Marjorie M. Robertson  Robertsons Floors Ltd.  Doug and Fellette Robins Graham H. and Candy* Robins James and Dorothy Robinson  Patrick Robinson and Leigh Sauder  Martin Robson  John Rodgers Andre Postmus and Diane Rogers Ronell Holdings Ltd. Roscoe Postle & Associates Inc. Frankie Rose  Barry Rosenberger  Ross Land Mushroom Farm Ltd. Jock Ross Robert S. Rothwell  Catherine Rounthwaite Ray and Marilyn Rousseau RT Agencies Jonathan Rubenstein and Mary Ann Cummings Ruskin Construction Ltd. Robert Rusko Allan Russell Shirley A. Russell Keith and Caleigh Rye Christine and Jan Rzepka Abraham and Liz Saade  Sabre Industrial Supplies Ltd. Lynne Sager Balbir and Baljinder Sahota Kamalpreet Sahota

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Stanley S. and Barbara A. Shillington  Terrance G. Shippam Benjamin Shiu  Sandy Shofner Holly Shortt Yick Bun and So Man Shum Tau  Elizabeth Shumay  Claire and Jeremy Sicherman Gurmail Sidhu Mike Sidhu Shani Sidhu  Sukhjit Sidhu  Mary Siemens Joseph and Annie Siermy Kai Sik Janine Silgailis Simpson Spence & Young Simpson Thomas & Associates  Jim and Janet Sinegal Anant Pal and Surrinder Singh  Darren and Pamela Sivertson Penny Sivucha Lashell Skage Skotidakis Goat Farms Mary Skujins  Dennis Skulsky Milorad Slavkovic Brock and Sharon Smeaton John B. Smiley  Brock H. Smith Charles Smith Darlene S. Smith George Smith  George Smith and Steen Jorgensen J. Marion Smith Ken and Gladys Smith  Art and Aline Smolensky Barry Bing Wah So  Henry So Solinsky Consulting Inc. Antonio Somera Jagjit Soos Andrea and Jim Southcott  John C. and Constance M. Southcott  Alan and Margaret Souther Fan Sozzi-Guo Spargus Industries Ltd Spectral Finishing Inc. Bruce and Janet Sprague  SRK Consulting (Canada) Inc. SRTK Tam Kurozumi  Diane St. John 

Jeff and Tracy Stacer Gentilina Staniscia Sharie Steel Roger and Darla Steers Bruce Steinbrunner Stern Partners Inc Larry Stevens Nick Stevens Crystal R. Stevenson Inez Stewart  Jordan G. Stewart Rosemary Stewart Stoll Family Elaine Stoll John* and Linda Stollery Shannon Stone Onne and Frances Storteboom John Stout R. B. and S. P. Stout Paul and Elizabeth Strebel Dan Strickland Gary Sturgeon Bill Sullivan Paul and Andrea Sullivan  Summit Gradall Service Ltd. Sunco Drywall Ltd. Howard Sundby Sunset Investments Ltd.  Super Save Disposal Inc. John Surtees Sussex Insurance Agency Inc.  Robert Mark Sutherland Norma Svab Daryl Swetlishoff and Catherine J. Lanyon  SYSPRO Software Ltd. Monica Szpak Zoltan F. and Helena Szucs Edwin Tai  Quentin Pui Man Tai  Sau Fan Tam  Tina Tam  The Tan Family © Robert E. Tanaka Beth Taylor and Jeannie MacDonald  Chris M. Taylor Robert W. Taylor and Maura McGivern Pheng Lim Ngan Tea Team Sheila Francis Alfons and Marilyn Tecklenborg Gita Tehranchi Craig Telford

Ten Ren Tea & Ginseng Co. (Vancouver) Ltd. and Ten Lee Hong Enterprise (Vancouver) Ltd.  Macey ter Borg Angela Terrillon David Testani Sucha S. Thandi  Saranya Tharmarajah  Sultan and Kumel Thiara  The Thiessen Family  Oscar and Lis Thoma Thomas Communications Ltd. John and Lindae Thomas Dave Thompson Edward Thue  Tidal Transport & Trading Ltd. Timbro Contracting Ivy Hoi Sin Ting  Johnny and Catherina Ting Christina S.Y. Tong Gurbeer and Jagdeep Toor Zoe Towle Trail Appliances Ltd. Trident Seafoods Corporation True Blue Wire Products Inc. Tru-Steel Inc Tsu Young Tsai Alfred Tsang Henry Tsang and Anna Chiu  Paul and Candice Tsang © Peter and Lisa Tsiandoulas Janny Chu-Jen Tu  James A. and Zena Turner  Linda M. Turner  David and Ethna Tutt Philip Twyford TXL Insurance Agency Inc.  Douglas Tyce James H. Tyerman Delores Tymos Barry Tyrer Davinder Singh Ughra Alfredo and Natalia Uncao Uniwell International Enterprises Corp. Lee Unrau Jack Uppal  Lawrence and Janet Vadnais Rachel and Jim Vallance Dave Vallee Valley Fuel Injection Ltd. Valley Traffic Systems Inc. John and Crystal Vamplew

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Dion A. Saldanha Shirin Saleh Richard Samaroo  Samuel, Son & Co., Ltd. Sandhu Produce Growers Ltd.  Sandi Siemens Music Studio Sandman Hotels  Rashpal Sanghera Arleen Sankey  Jennifer Sankey  Gurinder Singh and Satvirinder K. Saran Glenn and Sherry Sargeant Virginia L. Saunders Carol Sawyer  Iris and Walter Saxton  Salim and Farah Sayani  Janice J. Sayson  Vincent C. Scali Brad Scharfe Leonard Schein  Randy Schmidt Bryan Schultz  Joe and Lorraine Schulz Rosalie Schuss Irma Schuurman Mary M. Schwyn  Scott Town Medical Brian Scudamore and Lisa Meyer Seeker Solutions Inc. Sukhdaya Seewa Walter Segsworth Navdeep Sekhon Suki and Desha Sekhon Peter A. Selnar Lillian Sembiring Mabel Hing Che Ser Danelle Sestito George and Violet Sexsmith Reudiger J. Seyen Glen Seymour  Shan Ming Mushroom Farm Ltd.  Linda Shand Shape Properties Corp. Howard and Elayne Shapray Alethea D. Shaw David Sheen San Sui Sheng Wesley Shennan Carlyle Shepherd Gregory A. Sherwood Barbara Shettler  Andrew T. Shibata

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Herb and Tracy Van Der Ende  Bert and Anne Van Hove  Ron Van Kampen Carli A. van Rossum Marian J. Vanderwal  Lucy Vandeven Sachin Varma Varshney Capital Corp.  Peeyush and Poonam Varshney  Lynn Vaughn Anthony A. and Mary Vecchio  Vedder Transport Ltd. Henry Venema Barbara Vengshoel  Ventana Construction Corporation  Richard Verbeek Vertec Communications William Vetter  Doug Vincent  Visocchi Enterprises Ltd. Vista D’oro Farms Aleksander and Theresa Vitali Bonnie and Wayne Volk Doug Vukovic Calvin Wainwright – Coast Telecom Services Lyle and Elaine Waldorf Walker Group Inc. Margaret E Walker Natalie Walker Todd W. and Kari Walker  Christopher Wall  Florence A. Wall  Greg and Judy Waller Darryl and Ann Wallis Doreen Walmsley Wah Chung Wan  Grace Wai Lai Wang  Rose Ziyin Wang Ta Ming Wang and Kuo Ying Shiang  Yun Han Cammy Wang Ian and Laura Warkentin Paul Warnett and Toireasa Jespersen  Scott Warren and Jennifer Johnston  Ross and Louise Waters Catherine M. Waterson  Waterstone Law Group LLP Kathy Watkinson Tim Watson Anderson Watts  Jamie Weber

Jason and Sarah Weber WebTech Wireless Inc. William and Blanche Weiler  Richard and Coleen Weir Alma Weisensel  Gunter Weissbock Patricia Wellburn  Wei Lun Weng  West Coast Building Coatings Inc. Western Foods Western Mortgage Development Corporation Western Roofing (Master Roofers) Ltd. Western Water Farms & Gardens Inc.  WesternOne Inc. Westower Communications Ltd. Keith Whitaker William White  Douglas Whitehead Whitemud Ironworks Group Robert and Gladys E. Whyte E. S. Wickens Ian and Pat Wight Faye Wightman © Graham and Angela Williams Roger and Elizabeth Williams Wilson M. Beck Insurance Services Inc.  Daniel Wilson Allan C. Wingenbach  Derek Winnett Joan Winther Elizabeth Wittenberg Kelly and John Wiwchar Valerie G. Woloshyn Allan K. T. Wong  Andy Kam Hung and Helen Bik Har Wong  Betty P. Wong Beverly Yin San Wong  Heidi Mo Pun Wong Henry H. Wong Isabella Wong  Lai Wah Wong  Michael Wong  Peter Wong and Brenda Luk  Philip H.S. and Lily H. Wong Preston F. W. Wong  Pui Kuen Wong  Sandra L. Wong Stanley and Christine Wong  Yin King Wong Margo Wood

The Worland Family Mark Wolrich and Fran Berry Mary-Helen Wright Daphne Wu  Johnny and Vivian Wai Yan Wu Mei-Feng Wu Michael Chien Hung Wu Bradley Wurmlinger Wen Yan Xu Emad Yacoub and Shannon Bosa Yacoub  Adam Shun Long Yang  Cheng Yu-Jen Yang  Chiann Yang Jim Yang Jenny Yao  The Yarwood Family W. W. L. Yau Warren W. Yau YCS Holdings Ltd. Phillip Yee Ben and Candy Yim  Chiu Cheong Yip  Les York Dan Young Derrick Young

Hugh Young  Terry and Brenda Young Hong Li Yu  Yun Chung Yu Angelo Yue Longqiang Yue  Yulescapes Broadband Institute Davis Yung  Lin Yue and Dabbie Ching Wei Yung  Clayton G. and Marnie Zacharias Don Zachary Della Zederayko Kevin Zerr Hong Qing Zhang  Li Yuan Zhang  Maohong Zhang  Shougen Zhang and Rong Liu Xiao Wei Zhang  Ye Hu Zhang  Si Nong Zheng Bing Zhou  Zinetti Food Products Ltd. Natalie Zinetti  Jacobus P. and Hillegonda Zwaan Anonymous (48)

CARING FOR THE FUTURE SOCIETY When a legacy gift to BC Children’s Hospital Foundation is made, a legacy of hope is created for BC’s kids. The Caring for the Future Society honours those who have generously made provisions for a future gift through their will, life insurance or trust arrangement as of December 31, 2013. We thank these generous individuals for their support. Debbie Alcadinho Barbara M. Alexander Lorianne Amadeo Joel B. Anderson Yolande Anderson  Dorothy L. Applegath Jose I. Arbetman Robert Armstrong and Nicole Fraser-Armstrong © Alan Ballard Eric Barclay Justin and Jessica Bell © Josh and Talia Bender © Ronald W. Bickford Harry* and Anneliese Bloch Herb and Ria Boone John and Judy Bowles

Marcia E. Bradley Jerry and Patricia Bried  Jason and Monica Brinham Dave Broadfoot Margo Brown Sara Hope Bryson Stephen John Budnik Rik* and Nancy Campbell Bill Cann Judith L. Carlson Stephanie A. Carlson  Stephen and Gayle Carlson Bill Carr  Sue Carruthers © Bettina and Jeff Charpentier Chun Choi and Juliana Cho  John Clarke

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* Deceased


Colin and Lois Hicks Lotus E. Hills Lory Hinz Patricia Hodgson John Alden Hodson Derek Holme Verna Hooker Rob and Trudy Howard Jeff and Stephanie Huehn © Aaron Hui © Denise Hui Patsy Hui  Ninette Hunziker Shirley Hutchinson Robert W. Ironside © Linda Jacobsen Sandra Jarvis Jon and Pamela Johnson Brian Jones Russell and Margaret Jones Victor and Muriel Jones ©

Anne Junker © John and Dianne Kelly  Richard Kelynack Henry King Gerhard and Rita Krause  Grant Marvin Krueger and Sue Ann Martin* Anita A. Kumar Dorothy Ann Kuva Helen Levitt Eva Landrick  Valerie A. Lang Robert Latawiec Jacques LeBlanc and Susan Bockhold © Iris Lees  Linda and Jim LeQuesne C. K. Li Ludia M. Y. Li  Dennis Lillico Donald R. Lindsay  John* and Evelyn Long 

Hollie Lorentz Imma Rensia Lovell Jeffrey and Barbara Ludemann © Mary Sai-Ying Luk  Hugh Lundy Simpson and Nora Ma Susanna Ma  Veronica Ma Marlene and Kenneth MacKenzie David* and June Madill Christopher and Suzie Mah Simon and Gavi Mak Juanita Manning  Betty Marlor Bill and Lisa Marsh Denis* and Kathleen McAuliffe Christine McBeath Willie McDonald Angela and Colin McKenzie © Iris McKibbin © Tom and Sue McLean Christine and JP McLeod Linda M. Meinhardt Patricia Memess Yvonne Michels and David L. Bruce Deborah A. Mikkelsen Betty Miller Carol Miller Ron and Britta Miller Christine Mills © Tom and Joan Milton  Sandeep and Sneh Minocha Patricia Moody

“BC Children’s Hospital did so much for us. We feel very good about our gift in our will. We have and will continue to do all we can to give a little back of what we have received.”

– the Ryper family

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Heidi Clarkson J. Paul Cloutier Daphne Cole Leona Colebank Kenneth Crump  Margaret Curtis Barbara Dabrowski I. Jean (Saiko) Davenport Rolly DeRoover and Dianne De Gagne Beatrix De Groot  Jerome and Miranda Deis Wally Dennison  The Devine Family Alanna Donahue © Colin A. R. Doylend Mary “Johnnie” Duffus Ann Duncan Pearl Durham Erik and Louise* Dysthe  Patricia Edinborough Bryan Edwards Nancy L. Ellison Paul and Claudia Estlin Bill* and Brenda Ethell  Krishna Fagan Inge Fein and Paul Luke  Connie Forbes Art and Ramona Fors Anne Forsyth-Sheardown Lyle David Foster Craig and Tory Galley Terrie and Anne* Garscadden Danny* and Shirley Gaw Cary Gaymond © Davinder Ghtaura B. Ming Gin Bob and Lisa Ginn Frederico Gordo Eliza Gordon Katherine* and Morris Gordon Russ and Karen Grant Barbara Grantham © Judy Gray and Carl Scott  Gordon and Drina Green B. Greenwood Christine and Eric Greenwood Doreen and Keith Gregson Diane Guggisberg  Charles and Marie Hanson Betty Harris Mace* and Irene* Harrison Michael Haywood Elizabeth Hengstler

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Noah and Erin Morantz © Jessie Morson Paul and Elizabeth Moxham © Karen Mulhern  Roberta A. Mulholland Ron Neal  Sara Neely and Kenneth* Crook © Judie Anne Nelson* and Bert Vadgama © Donald E. and Mary E. Newman © Bert and Karen Northrup Joseph E. Olson Judy and Dominique Parker John and Angela Paterson Reginald Petersen Robert Philip David and Janice Podmore Daryl and Wendy Pollock Marilyn and Jack Pomfret Gerald and Barbara* Pope William and Geertruida H. Portengen Philipp Postrehovsky  Cristina Poulette Lucy Prentice  Albert* and Rose Rampone Peter and Kathleen Ramshaw Elisabeth Riley Dudley and Shirley Ritchie Graeme and Tanya Robertson  Art and Ruth Robinson Dixie-Lee Rosher Grace Ruscoe  Bernie Ryan Dan and Tracy Ryper Jeff Salton Dan Sargent  Charles and Celeste Sawkill Julie Schmitt  Geoffrey E. Scott Susan Seabrook Sue Severinski James Sheppard Jody and Crystal Shields Jane JK Shin  Reg Skelton Chris Skilton John Smiley Derek and Barbara Smith Ken and Gladys Smith M. Joan Smith Shirley F. Smith

Sandy So  Homa Sodagar Satarnejad Joan* and Louise Solinger  Daniel, Helen and Charissa Sortwell Derek Squires Gus Stassinopoulos Charlene Steen Roger and Darla Steers Irene and Court Stevens Ann Sturrock Michael and Patricia Sutcliffe Richard Sutherland Debora Sweeney and Stephen Crombie © Irma Szabo Mary Tam and Robert Lachapelle Robert Taylor Alicia Then Janet Thom Phyllis Thom  Michael and Shirley Thompson Peter and Arlene Thygesen Candice Y. F. Tsang © Lorne Valensky and Cindi Coleman © Arie and Jean Van Halst Larry and Bev Van Hatten Angelo and Rosa Venetsanos Doug and Debra Vincent Graham* and Helen Wade David Watling James William Webb Faye Wightman © Charles and Mary Wilkins Janice Williams © Gail Wilson John and Nancy Wise Allen and Karen Wong  Tiger Wong (Yan Foo) Norman Wrigglesworth Robert P. Wright David W. and Katherine G. Yeomans Ryan and Susan Yip Ryan Wei-Yi Yo Selina and May Yuen Antonietta D. Zanatta Anonymous (308)

TRIBUTE GIFTS A tribute gift honours a remarkable person who has touched your life. It also honours other remarkable people – all the kids in BC whose lives you are helping to improve every day. These remarkable individuals have had gifts totalling $1,000 or more made in their honour between January 1 and December 31, 2013. Gifts Received in Honour of... Jaela A. Ang Monty Armstrong and Gayle Hammer Lauren Arneill Yik Fung Au-Yeung Cameron Bargen Darren Bell and Deborah Dwyer Tytus Born John Brown Bruce Bryant Avery Carpenter Jana Carreira Aralia and Laelia Chan Nicholas G. Y. Chan Bob and Pat Conn Annabelle Cranston Gangaben Dayal Isabella, John and Bennett Demianczuk Peter Demiris Amy Dewolf Isabelle M. Diamond Autumn Dix Bhreagh Dowe Naya Elzinga Erin Faber The Instructional Services Team, First Nation Schools Association Charles and Lucile Flavelle Morgan Foster Gabrielle Friedman Nick Geddes Tae Kameron Serafina Hamilton Chase Hromyk Kai Hromyk Barry Hyman Jameson Jones Ahmet M. Kadioglu Rowen Kelly Aryan and Olivia Kochhar Spencer R. Laycraft Alessandra Lewis Logan Love Cameron Macdonald Harneil Mann

Rory McFadden Taylin McGill Nathan Mitchell and Grace teBoekhorst Tom Munro Ali Nanji Helen Nicolaou Diane Norton The Pinette Family Ruby Poirier Ariel Priebe Selina Rampersad-Maharaj Graham Robins Keith and Caleigh Rye Taylor Schoffenburg Daniel Schultz Jacob Schultz Peter Schuurman Muhammaed Sallahu Aleyhi Sellam Wilkie and Leticia Sia Larry Stevens Kathleen Taylor Josephine E. Tecklenborg Cjay Thun Aneel Singh Toor Stephen and Sirkka Tredwell © Reid van Rossum Dongmei Wan Avery Wu Richard Wyman William Wyman Rumi Yamasawa Ben Yeung Wade Young and Nina Olstad Gifts Received in Memory of... William S. Affleck Miles Airth Jaedyn Amann Lucia Anctil Sally A. Babalos Cora Bannon Anne Bengough George R. Bengough Jonah Berman

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Bettie E. Mansell Rae Martell Wendy B. McDonald Graedon W. McNally Olivia Marie Michal Sandra L. Michor Hannah Miller Jacqueline M. Milot Antonio Minicucci Bruce R. Mitchell Robert Morrison Teresa Murphy Timothy Muxlow Judie A. Nelson © Niccolo Olivieri Sydney T. S. Or Natalia Parhar Mary Paris Faith Parks Andrew Patrick Ruth Popp Krista D. Postmus Zach Prince John Christopher Racich Amarvir Singh Rai Michael Ranallo Elizabeth J. Ratcliffe Jeremy Rice Tyson Rudd Margaret and Keith Rutledge Jiyan Saed Daphne E. Shepherd David Shillington Deborah Anne Singer Sherry Slugget Seraina K. Sozzi Meredith Steers Finn Sullivan Hon Yuen Tam Eli A. Tecklenborg Richard Thomas Savana Todosichuk Joe and Evelyn Toms Karen Tse Grant Turner Jill Turner Jacob W. Twyford Elizabeth Hayley Vamplew Adriana Ventouras Tom and Gail Watchorn Arthur W. Wong Chee-wah Woo Faye Zederayko Jesstin K. Zulinik

ESTATES A gift in a will is an expression of what is most dear to you. BC Children’s Hospital Foundation is fortunate to be a beneficiary of the estates of many people who believed passionately in improving the health of children and youth in British Columbia. We are honoured to recognize the gifts received from the estates of the following individuals between January 1 and December 31, 2013. Verna Leonora Abear Elizabeth Ann Anderson Jean Petrona Angus Fern J. Armstrong Nathanial Rial Bailey Eric George Begg Marjorie Bridge Donna Jean Campbell Joan Joyce Carter Roscoe Clark Edith Mary Collins Catherine Christina Cormack Louise G. Cox Peter Hilton Crozier Sonia Curlett Constance Beatrice Davis Lois Ellen Davis Beatrice DeCourville Anna Demsky Adele Dorsch Margaret Jean Ford Patricia Frank Eric Gartside Bernice Linda Gibbeson Dorothy Margaret Grant Claire Yvette Graziano Richard Frederick Greenwood  Robert Arthur Hamilton Joan Ethelwyn Heriot Charlotte McKillops Hoffman Thelma C. Hollingsworth Robert John Homewood Jeannie Jean Honour Lorraine Edith Hunt Mary Albertine Ihler William Alvin Ivey Helen Agnes Jeffery Marie Josephine Kendall  Nicol Kohut Claire Hazel Ladds Marjorie May Langlois Yuk Ping Lau Carmen Leagh Francis Siu Lun Lee

Hon Hung Leung and Shiu Chun Leung Karen and Hal Levson Gwendolyn Eva Lock Diana Mary Lodge Frances Mary Loftus Patricia Joan Lovegrove George Caldwell Hart McAdam  Germaine Mary McGlinchy Charles John McGowan Jean Cameron McKay William McLernon Jean and Douglas McRae  Patrick Edward Mills Margaret Molloy Gladys Mary Montemurro Hans Egon Mortensen Alice May Norman Adam Marshall Ody Ted and Emily Pagan  June Alvina Page  Wilfred Peckman Olga Jeanne Preston Geza Michael Racz Struan Alan Robertson Helen Rochon  Apollonia Bernadette Schlosser Barbara Mary Sedgwick Patricia Ruth Sendler  Walter Shistovsky Richard Bernie Skinner Lydia Sootzman Vera Sinclair Theal Robert James Thibodeau Ryan Gordon Wallis Fred Joseph Wharton Kenneth Whitby Alice Whitley Anna Evangeline Whittles John Wilson Betty Joan Wood Flora Jean Wyman Mary Bertha Wyss Anonymous (1)

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Kai Christopher Blouin Lorelle A. Brett Cassidy Briggs Robert L. Buxton Molly Campbell Donald J. Carefoot Douglas H. Carter Fong Foo Chow Sun Henry Chu Fiona Chung James Cockburn Christie M. Cooper George Coutts Micah S. Crego Noah A. Daubaras James DeGiovanni Dawn Delicati Daniel Dodds Gabrielle Dorsey Ella Dupont Bedassie Anne Feke Karl H. Fischer Blossom Frank Louis G. Gibbins Charles Grant Gustav Grunberg Teresa L. Guenther Megan Gunderson Sophie C. Haines Delbert “Rex” Halladay Joan Hammonds Eva Harcourt Marnie Henderson Lewis and Doris Herberts Karen Louise Hicks Dinh Ho Andy Ip Susan A. Jenks Damien Kaweski F. William Killam Aleksandar Kolb Jaida L. Kooy Dustin Kroetsch Madeleine C. Kwok Royston Kwok Schyler Grace Lavallee Liam Law Timothy E. Lee Lisa A. Lepinski James Lew Seth Logie Lindsey Lourenco Chui Lan Ma Arya Madahar

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ENDOWMENTS Those who establish and contribute to endowments are the true visionaries of our community. They understand that their investments provide a strong financial foundation to improve the health of children both now and forever. BC Children’s Hospital Foundation gratefully acknowledges the following endowment funds that provide support in perpetuity for programs and initiatives throughout BC Children’s Hospital, Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children and the Child & Family Research Institute. This list recognizes endowment funds established by December 31, 2013, with a minimum donation of $25,000.

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Adolescent Medicine Endowment Karel & Edith Alston Memorial Endowment for Head of Developmental Pediatrics Yolande Anderson Family Endowment for Cardiac Sciences Andracki Equipment Endowment AstraZeneca Ripples of Hope Endowment for Mental Health Auxiliary to BC Children’s Hospital Endowment for Education

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Sarah B. Endowment for Cardiac Sciences Bailey Family Endowment for Genetic Research BC Hydro Power Pioneers Ed Turner Memorial Endowment for Medical Genetics Judi Bowden Memorial Endowment for Pediatric Asthma Research Cassidy Briggs Memorial Endowment for Oncology Arts & Crafts Jack & Doris Brown Fellowship Endowment for Genetic Research Louise Argyle Brown Endowment for Genetic Research Bryant Family Endowment for Genetic Research Dennis & Connie Burdett Endowment for Oncology Research Burn Unit Endowment

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Patrick & Beryl Campbell Endocrinology Fellowship Endowment Cardiac Sciences Endowment Stephanie A. Carlson Endowment for Genetic Research Centre for International Child Health Endowment Centre for Molecular Medicine and Therapeutics Endowment

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CH.I.L.D. Foundation Endowment for Pediatric Gastroenterology Research Chan Sisters Foundation Endowment for International Child Health Harry Chan & Family Endowment for Head of Department of Pediatrics Chanoine-Alimenti Endowment for Childhood Obesity Robert Chau Memorial Endowment for Oncology Sylvia, Angela, Alan, and Prof. Wen Chen Endowment Fund^ Cheung Family Endowment for Pediatric Oncology Research Alex C.L. Cheung Endowment for Pediatric Oncology Research Child Protection Endowment Childhood Infections Endowment Childhood Injury Prevention and Health Promotion Endowment Childhood Nutrition Endowment Cho Family Endowment for Genetic Research Billy Yau Hei Choi Memorial Endowment for Genetic Research CK Choi Foundation Endowment for Child Health Advocacy David Chow Memorial Endowment for Immunology Research CIBC & CIBC Employees Endowment for Pediatric Oncology Research Clinical Genetics Endowment Community Child Health Endowment Concord Pacific Group Inc. Endowment for Centre for Molecular Medicine and Therapeutics Research The Connor Clark & Lunn Endowment for Cardiac Sciences Julia & Richard Couch Endowment for Oncology Critical Care Academic Endowment

The Michael Cuccione Fellowship Endowment for Oncology Research Cystic Fibrosis Endowment

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I. Jean (Saiko) Davenport Endowment for Excellence in Child Health Edna & Eugene Delorme Equipment Endowment Dent-Tech Ceramic Studios Endowment for Genetic Research Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine The Isabelle & Charles Diamond Family Endowment for Oncology Gordon & Marion Dixon Endowment for Genetic Research (CMMT)

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ECLS Program Endowment (Ecmo) Endowment for Newborn’s and Children’s Well-Being Excellence in Child Health Endowment

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Ricky, Angelo & Marina Fabris Endowment for Oncology Bill Fish Memorial Endowment for Developmental Pediatrics Fitzpatrick Education Endowment Steve & Eva Floris Memorial Endowment for Excellence in Child Health Carol Ford Endowment for Research Technician Education Four Seasons Hotel Endowment for Genetic Research Stanley Fromm Endowment for Cardiac Sciences

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Gastroenterology Endowment Megan Gates & Family Endowment for Sunny Hill Brain Injury

B. Ming Gin Endowment for Pediatric Oncology Andreas Goedicke Memorial Endowment for Infant Transport Team Education Paul & Mary Goh Endowment for International Child Health Paul & Mary Goh Endowment for Pediatric Oncology Research Gooding Family Endowment for Neurosciences Lisa Gravell Endowment for Genetic Research

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The David Hardwick Reading Room Endowment Malcolm & Cathy Hasman Family Endowment for Oncology Research Head of Section of Surgery Endowment Head-Developmental Pediatrics – Working Wonders Together Endowment Helena & Jessica Endowment for Cardiac Sciences Research Marnie Henderson Memorial Endowment for Vaccine Evaluation Karen L. Hicks RN Memorial Endowment for Oncology The Don & Elizabeth Hillman Lecture Endowment in Global Child Health B.M. Hoffmeister Endowment for a Research Fellowship Frederick J. & Goldie M. Holman Endowment for Excellence in Child Health Robert John Homewood Endowment for Genetic Research Derek & Lisa Hopkins Endowment for Oncology Research Hilary & Patsy Hui Endowment for Genetic Research Arthur Hullah & Dorothy Cleveland Memorial Endowment for Genetic Research

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Milan & Maureen Ilich Endowment for Genetic Research Immunology Research Endowment International Child Health Trainee Award Endowment

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William Jacques Equipment Endowment

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Ken & Su Jang Endowment for Pediatric Oncology Research Jessoma Endowment for Nephrology Guru Nanak Dev Ji Endowment for BC Children’s Hospital Excellence in Child Health Asa & Kashmir Johal & Family Chair in Pediatric Oncology Asa & Kashmir Johal Family Endowment for Genetic Research Jessica Jones Memorial Endowment for Oncology Research

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Keller Family Endowment for Oncology Research Brian & Tammi Kerzner & Family Endowment for Oncology Research Killy Fellowship Endowment King Family Endowment for Excellence in Child Health Samuel & Spencer Koltai Memorial Endowment for Genetic Research Koo Family Endowment for Oncology Research Adella Krall Endowment for Oncology Research

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Gordon & Barbara MacDougall Endowment for Pediatric Oncology Professor Robert Christopher Madill Endowment for Genetic Research Jon & Dina Markoulis Family Endowment for Otolaryngology Andrew McCormick Endowment for an Ophthamology Fellowship James & Annabel McCreary Chair in Pediatrics Endowment McCurdy Family Endowment for Oncology Research Wendy McDonald Endowment for Gastroenterology Research Wendy McDonald Endowment for Nephrology Wendy McDonald Endowment for Oncology William S. McQuaid Endowment for Pediatric Oncology MDS Inc. & Dr. D.B. Rix Endowment for Huntington Research Medical Genetics Fellowship Endowment Metabolic Disorders/Cystic Fibrosis Endowment Ted & Penny Metcalfe Memorial Endowment for Genetic Research Mining for Miracles Research Fellowship Endowment Rolly Montgomery Endowment for President’s Child Health Initiatives Morantz Family Endowment for Genetic Research

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Sara Neely & Kenneth Crook Endowment for Oncology Research Judie Anne Nelson and Bert Vadgama Endowment for Laboratory Medicine Nephrology Endowment Neuromuscular Endowment Neurosciences Endowment Neurosurgery Endowment

Newborn Health Endowment Dr. Donald E. Newman Pediatric Radiology Endowment Choi-Kiu & Ming Ng Endowment for President’s Child Health Initiatives Nitikman Chan Family Endowment for Excellence in Child Health

Graham Robins Jr. Endowment for Oncology Research in Memory of Wilda & Frank Robins Geoffrey Robinson Award for Pediatrics Endowment Pat Ross Memorial Education Endowment Royal Pacific Realtors Care Endowment for Medical Genetics

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Oncology Program Endowment Oncology Research Endowment Opthalmology Endowment Orthopedics Endowment

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Pfizer Ripples of Hope Endowment for Mental Health Fellowship Pfizer Ripples of Hope Endowment for Rare Diseases Research Fellowship Conrad & Dorli Pinette Endowment for Speech Language Pathology Research Piwek Family Endowment for Oncology Research David & Janice Podmore Endowment for International Child Health Jack & Darlene Poole Endowment for Oncology Research President’s Child Health Initiatives Endowment Zach Prince Foundation for Excellence in Oncology Care, an Endowment of BC Children’s Hospital Foundation Professorship in Pediatric Dentistry Endowment Psychiatric Disorders Endowment

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Georgina Jane “Ina” Raeside Endowment for Oncology Research Zahra, Karima & Salima Rasul Endowment for Neurosciences Realtors Care Endowment for Genetic Research Realtors Care Endowment for Oncology Research Respiratory Medicine Academic Endowment Riley-Fish Endowment for the Head of Department of Pediatrics Rix Family Endowment for Professional Clinical Services Staff Education and Training

Sacks Family Endowment for Nursing Education Safe & Comfy Kids Endowment for Pediatric Anesthesia Marjorie-Anne Sauder Endowment for Molecular Medicine and Therapeutic Research Sauder-Interfor Head of Research Endowment Shriners’ Motor Performance Unit Endowment David & Manjy Sidoo Family Endowment for Ophthalmology Manjy & David Sidoo Family Endowment for Orthopedics Bhagwant K. Singh and Sant Singh Endowment for Excellence in Child Health Dr. Parminder Singh Endowment Award of Distinction for Pediatrics Reginald William Skelton Surgical Fellowship Endowment Derryck Smith Endowment for Mental Health Michael Foster Smith Memorial Endowment for Pediatric Anesthesia Sandy So & Ron Benoit Endowment for Childhood Cancer Research Sandy So Family Endowment Fund^ Solid Organ Transplant Endowment Jean MacMillan Southam Fellowship Spina Bifida Endowment Summits of Hope Endowment for Oncology Sun Life Financial Endowment for International Child Health Sunny Hill Endowment for Adaptive Seating and Mobility Grant & Dee Sutherland Endowment for Orthopedics Andy Sylvester Endowment for Excellence in Child Health

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David & Dorothy Lam Endowment for Oncology Research David & Dorothy Lam Foundation Endowment for International Child Health Michael & Annie Lam Endowment for Genetic Research Cameron Lau Memorial Endowment for Genetic Research Cameron Lau Memorial Endowment for Haematology Research Justin Chun Hong Lau Endowment for Immunology Research Yuk Ping Lau Memorial Endowment for Oncology Research The Jonathan Lawson Endowment for Spina Bifida The Jonathan Lawson Fellowship in Neurosurgery The Jonathan Lawson Head of Section of Surgery Endowment Dave Lede Family Charitable Foundation Endowment for Genetic Research

Robert H. & Lily Lee Endowment for Research Ralph Lewis Equipment Endowment Ling Family Endowment for Neonatology Iris Lorntzsen Brain Mapping Endowment

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Tai Family Endowment for Pediatric Genetic Research (CMMT) Norman & Randi Thompson Endowment for Urology Aubrey Tingle Endowment for Clinician Scientists Program Toohey Family Endowment for President’s Child Health Initiatives Marjorie Tsang Endowment for Genetic Research Michael C.H. Tsang Endowment for Pediatric Oncology Research Paul & Candice Tsang Endowment for Oncology Research Ted & Deanna Turton Endowment for Oncology Nursing Education

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Vaccine Evaluation Centre Endowment Varshney Family Endowment for Genetic Research

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^ Donor advised funds established with

the Sunshine Fund for Kids and Causes

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Isobel & Madeline Wade Endowment for Head of Department of Pediatrics Karim P. Webber Endowment for Family Support in Oncology Faye Wightman Endowment for Oncology Nursing Education Women & Family HIV Endowment Stephen Wong & Family Endowment for President’s Child Health Initiatives Dr. Betty J. Wood Memorial Endowment for Radiology Education Danny Wyder Memorial Endowment for President’s Child Health Initiatives

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Peggy & Y.P. Yang Endowment for Brain Mapping Research Allan Yap & Family Endowment for Oncology Research Selina Yuen & May Yuen Endowment for Excellence in Child Health

Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy of the Honour Roll. Please contact BC Children’s Hospital Foundation if an error is identified.


WAYS OF GIVING There are many ways to make a gift to benefit BC’s kids.

Bequest in Your Will

A bequest is a direction in your will that a certain sum of money, a particular asset, or a portion of the estate is to be given to British Columbia’s Children’s Hospital Foundation (our legal name). A bequest made to the foundation generates a tax credit that offsets the tax otherwise payable on up to 100 per cent of your net income in the year of death. Unused credits can be carried back one year. These credits may result in significant income tax savings and increase your net estate.

Life Insurance

RRSP/RRIF

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our legal name: British Columbia’s Children’s Hospital Foundation charitable business number: 11885 2433 rr0001

You can name BC Children’s Hospital Foundation as the direct beneficiary of the proceeds of your RRSP or RRIF, or you can make a gift of the proceeds from your RRSP or RRIF to BC Children’s Hospital Foundation in your will. The resulting tax credit may be used to offset the tax payable on the redemption of the proceeds of the retirement plan.

Pledges

Our pledge program offers you a convenient method of making contributions. The program allows you to spread your contribution over three to five years, usually commencing the year the pledge is made. You will receive full recognition for the value of your contribution as soon as the commitment is made. BC Children’s Hospital Foundation is a registered Canadian charity and issues tax receipts for all donations. Tax credits generated by donations can offset tax otherwise payable on up to 75 per cent of your net income in the year of the gift. Any unused tax credits may be carried forward and used to offset taxes over the following five years.

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You can make BC Children’s Hospital Foundation the beneficiary of an existing or new life insurance policy. Giving life insurance is a way of making a significant gift without depleting your estate. At the end of your lifetime, the policy proceeds will be paid by the insurance company directly to BC Children’s Hospital Foundation. Depending on how the policy is structured, you may receive a tax benefit during your lifetime or your estate will receive the benefit.

Publicly Traded Securities

Donating securities is an effective way to give. If you own publicly traded securities that have increased in value and you decide to sell them, 50 per cent of the capital gain is taxable. However, if you donate these securities “in kind” to BC Children’s Hospital Foundation, no tax is payable on the capital gain. The resulting tax credit from the donation of the securities will reduce taxes payable on other income. Making a gift of publicly traded securities is easy to do. Please contact us for a transfer form to facilitate the process.

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BC CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL FOUNDATION DONOR BILL OF RIGHTS The Board of Directors of BC Children’s Hospital Foundation is in place to ensure that donors: 1.

are informed of our mission, of the way we intend to use donated resources, and of our capacity to use donations effectively for their intended purposes;

2. are informed of the identity of those serving on our governing board, and to expect the board to exercise prudent judgment in its stewardship responsibilities; 3.

have access to our most recent financial statements;

4. are assured their gifts will be used for the purposes for which they are given; 5. receive appropriate acknowledgement and recognition; 6. are assured that information about their donations is handled with respect and with confidentiality to the extent provided by law; 7.

can expect that all relationships with individuals representing our organization will be professional in nature;

8. are informed whether those seeking donations from our organization are volunteers, employees of BC Children’s Hospital Foundation, or hired solicitors; 9. can expect that BC Children’s Hospital Foundation will not share or sell a mailing list that includes the donor’s name; 10. feel free to ask questions when making a donation and to receive prompt, truthful and forthright answers.

BC Children’s Hospital Foundation is a registered adherent to Imagine Canada’s Ethical Fundraising and Financial Accountability Code.

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BC Children’s Hospital Foundation Board of Directors

( for the fiscal year ending

March 31, 2014)

Mr. David Podmore, chair Ms. Leslie Arnold Mr. Kevin Bent Mr. David Doig Mr. Doug Gordon Mrs. Lisa Hudson Mrs. Tammi Kerzner Mr. Michael Lam Mr. Don Lindsay Mr. Graham MacLachlan Mr. Bjorn Moller Mr. Geoff Parkin Dr. Erik Skarsgard Ms. Andrea Southcott Mrs. Diane Zell

BC Children’s Hospital Foundation Society

Mr. Terry Bubb

Mrs. Isabelle Diamond Mr. Jeff Dowle Mr. Ming Gin Ms. Pamela Mitchell Mr. Maurice Mourton

BC Children’s Hospital Foundation Governors

Sunny Hill Foundation for Children Board of Directors

Mrs. Tali'ah Aquilini

Mr. Kevin Bent

Mr. Rick Arnish

Mr. Ron Edwards

Ms. Candice Alderson

Mr. David Doig, chair

Ms. Gail Brown

Mr. Doug Horswill

Ms. Stephanie Carlson

Dr. Nancy Lanphear

Mrs. Sylvia Chen

Ms. Pamela Mitchell

Mr. Peter S.H. Chieng

Mr. John Smiley

Mr. Robin Dhir Mrs. Marion Dixon Ms. Sherry Doman Dr. Allison Eddy Mr. Adrian Fu Mr. Poul Hansen Dr. David Hardwick Dr. Lawrence Ho Mr. Raymond Li Mr. Harald Ludwig Mr. Brett Manlove Dr. Djavad Mowafaghian Mr. Ron Neal Mrs. Diane Norton Dr. Martha Piper

Foundation Executives

Teri Nicholas, msw, rsw president & ceo

Knut Nordlie, cfre vice-president & chief operating officer Debora Sweeney, cfre vice-president & chief strategy officer Maria Faccio, associate vice-president, philanthropy Lillian Hum, associate vice-president, philanthropy

Mrs. Marjorie-Anne Sauder Mr. Garry Skidmore Ms. Sandy So Ms. Dee Sutherland Mr. Malik Talib Mrs. Sharon Toohey 2013/2014 bc children’s hospital foundation annual report

Mr. Allan Yap

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BC Children’s Hospital Foundation is committed to protecting the privacy of its donors, volunteers and other stakeholders, and their personal information. We value the trust of those we deal with, and of the public, and recognize that maintaining this trust requires transparency and accountability in our treatment of the information you choose to share with us. For further information, please refer to our complete privacy policy on our website at www.bcchf.ca.

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