Thank Yous

As a YANA volunteer and FortisBC retiree, Joyce applied for this donation from FortisBC as a part of their “Give where you live” community investment program.  Thank you Joyce for your time and efforts in support of YANA families and for applying for this donation for YANA.  For more information about The FortisBC Community Investment and Employee Giving programs, please see https://www.fortisbc.com/in-your-community/community-investment/employee-giving



PECSF pledged donations from provincial government employees made during their annual campaign. The funds are made possible due to the dedication of PECSF volunteer provincial employees, who promote the campaign and canvass workers.  YANA would like to thank all BC Public Servants who support YANA families through their PECSF pledges!  More information on how you can support YANA as a BC Public Servant can be found here: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/careers-myhr/about-the-bc-public-service/corporate-social-responsibility/pecsf/charity



Once again, in celebration of ‘Pi Day’, Jack Boan, recited numbers of Pi to raise money for YANA, and this year exceeding his goal, reciting an incredible 1800 digits!



With another sell-out year and another successful fundraiser, we are grateful to be the lucky recipients of the Truffala Tree Farm fundraiser, where $5 from every Christmas tree purchased was donated back to YANA. Thank you for continued generosity and spirit of giving!

Two is better than one! Jerry Snooke donated the money he raised through his SuperBowl party lottery, and Brian Woodley donated money he was lucky to claim as the winner! Thank you for creatively and generously donating to YANA. 



 A great big thanks to Ryan Williams of Williams and Martin Real Estate Team, who through their 24 to 12 Community Giveback campaign, donates to a different community organization twice a month. Thank you for choosing YANA and for making a difference where you live! 



We are grateful to the Royal Canadian Legion Branch, 160 and their members for the donation made out of the gaming account in support of Comox Valley families, your generosity is gift to this community!



The wonderful children of Division 9 in Ms. Davidge’s class at Royston Elementary, put their elf hats together this winter to put on a candy-cane fundraiser for YANA. Thank you for your hard work and support for YANA families!

A huge thanks to End of the Roll for their holiday donation and continued support for YANA families each year!

Thank you to the Town of Comox and all of the families that participated in painting and winter-izing the windows of the Comox Recreation Centre with beautiful holiday scenes! Families could sign up to decorate a pre-drawn winter window, with all donations going to YANA, what a creative and community building way to give back!