July Newsletter

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Summer is here and we hope you're enjoying the sunshine! ☼

The CKNW Kids' Fund is working hard to prepare for some very exciting events coming this fall and we can't wait for you to see what we have in store for our 75th Anniversary year.

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Children of the Street Society hosted their annual Youth Art Gallery and the event was full of talented, creative, and socially aware young artists.

We are so proud to work alongside organizations that create such vital educational and artistic opportunities for youth in our community- if you are interested in learning more about the work they do or supporting them, please check out their website HERE.

Congratulations to all of the amazing artists and thank you to everyone who made it possible!

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The registration site for the 2nd Annual CKNW Kids' Fund Take a Swing Golf Tournament presented by CKNW and Global Television is LIVE!

We are close to selling out so make sure to reserve your spot for our tournament- click HERE and join us for this exciting fundraiser on September 9th at the Vancouver Golf Club.

If you have any questions, please contact our Executive Director
Sara Dubois-Phillips:
sara.dubois-phillips@cknw.com
604 331-2782

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We have an amazing community of supporters and it's because of you that we are able to create such a positive impact in the lives of children with special needs across BC.

Thank you for all of your support!

From specialized equipment, to unique forms of therapy, and healthy food options-
we cover a wide range of resources for kids living with mental, physical, and/or learning disabilities to help them achieve their full potential.

Curious where your dollar goes? Check out our Donor Impact Report
for January to June 2019 on our website HERE.

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Mom2Mom  knows that for healthy development nothing replaces the love, attention and positive role-modelling of a child's primary care-giver. That's why our programs work to improve the lives of children in poverty by supporting their moms. When moms thrive, children thrive.

Mom2Mom knows that for healthy development nothing replaces the love, attention and positive role-modelling of a child's primary care-giver. That's why our programs work to improve the lives of children in poverty by supporting their moms. When moms thrive, children thrive.