Miracle Weekend Committees
BC Children's Hospital Foundation's Miracle Weekend is the celebration of a year-long fundraising campaign for Children's Hospital, the Child & Family Research Institute and Sunny Hill Health Centre. Thanks to our outstanding team of communities, corporate and employee groups and individuals, Miracle Weekend continues to grow every year.
Miracle Weekend Committees are volunteer groups who come together to set fundraising goals for their community or corporate sector. Their respective fundraising successes is revealed during the Miracle Weekend live broadcast on Global BC, held annual the first weekend in June.
These committees are lead by a Miracle Weekend chair, and for 2014 Raymond Li from RBC is leading the way. To learn more about his vision for the 27th annual Miracle Weekend, read his message.
How to Get Involved
Participate as an individual or through your business and make a difference in the lives of BC kids by joining one of our Miracle Weekend Committees.
Through organized committees, companies join others in their industry division to fundraise on behalf of BC Children's Hospital Miracle Weekend. Throughout the year these individuals participate in employee-driven fundraising events, including Jeans Day™, Slo-Pitch, ChildRun, or organize their own annual fundraising events. In recognition of their hard work, they are given the opportunity to make a cheque presentation on the Miracle Weekend's live broadcast on Global BC.
Our corporate supporters range from small, independent businesses to multinational companies and we are here to support you! For more information on employee giving, contact the Foundation staff listed on your industry link below.
|Credit Unions, Insurance, Financial Services (including Brokerages)|
|Development and Real Estate|
|Hospitality and Restaurants|
|Retail and Wholesale|
|South Asian Community|
Get involved in fundraising events in your community by contacting our Community for Kids representative.
View a full list of the 2013 Miracle Weekend contributors.