Many generous individuals whose “quiet” contributions in June and July helped to keep families strong.
Flying Canoe Club who hosted an oyster bar for YANA We love this fishy, fun, fundraising!
What a fun time on a sunny day at the airport. The Comox Valley Airport Commission matched the funds raised by a barbecue for airport volunteers and the public by On the Fly Cafe. It was nice to connect with these kind folks again.
Central Builders held another amazing Ladies’ Night in May. It looked like everyone had a great time, building, learning, eating and winning door prizes. Well done Central Builders.
Irelynn and her friends held a car wash and sold lemonade for their donation to YANA Having fun and raising awareness about YANA at such young ages is wonderful.
A late donation came in from a Christmas party over the holidays. Christmas in May – love it.
We love it when kids choose to donate Birthday Party money to YANA so we can help other kids. Thanks this month to Acacia and Alice who celebrated their birthday in this giving kind of way.
The Comox Valley Principals and Vice Principals Association continue to pay back to YANA We know that they get to see first hand the impact of childhood illnesses and injuries on their students and their families. YANA helps all children under the age of 19 living in School District 71 who must leave the Comox Valley for medical treatment elsewhere.
Marjan Jackson was a YANA Volunteer extraordinaire when she volunteered to do all the work to bring the Vancouver Welsh Men’s Choir to the Comox Valley. It was a fantastic evening at Mark R. Isfeld School. Thank you so much Marjan. Thanks go as well to the corporate sponsors of the event – Crown Isle Resort & Golf Community, McQueen Construction, Canadian Western Bank and Tim Hortons. It was a great partnership with Mark R. Isfeld School, as well.
Our Lady of the Sacred Heart at CFB Comox continues to to be generous with their donations to YANA