407 Squadron, Pilots and Flight Engineers raised funds for YANA at their Elks Ball. Having fun and helping local families is a win-win! Thank you.

Salish Seafoods held a barbecue in conjunction with the reopening of their retail shop. Donations to YANA were generously made by those attending.

Elijah Cox and his friend Kieran McDougall wanted to do something to help YANA. They set up a stand in their neighbourhood and sold hot chocolate with all proceeds donated to YANA. Great idea!


Taven Caldwell-Waluk collected donations to YANA in lieu of birthday gifts. What a generous guy!

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Thanks to Two Eagles Lodge for making a donation through BMO Invest Comox Valley.

Croquet for YANA kicked off YANA Week in the Schools. Many thanks to Christopher and Wendy Smith of Enecon Alberta for organizing this fun event. The rain stayed away long enough for the participants to really enjoy themselves.


The Comox Valley Pool League are a group that love to get together to share their passion for pool. They have a great time together and raise money for YANA at the same time. It’s a win – win for all, including our families who benefit from this generous spirit. Thank you!

Isfeld Secondary School teamed up with Meghan Hunt and Gloria Grieve to offer Zumba for YANA in April. It is awesome to see people turn their talent into community support. A shout out to Brenda Hunt who is often in the background helping to make these beautiful things happen!

Thanks to Nancy Clarke of CIBC Wood Gundy for her annual contribution through her work and the CIBC Children’s Foundation. You are making a positive difference in our community!

The Comox Valley Division of Family Practice see firsthand the impact that YANA has on local families. Thanks for your donation in support of our cause.