South Asian Community
Thank you for your amazing support - the 2015 South Asian Committee raised $295,702 for Miracle Weekend.
Thanks to the efforts of tireless volunteers from BC's South Asian community, BC Children's Hospital is becoming one of the most widely supported causes within this community. View a list of the individuals that make up the 2015 South Asian Committee.
This community supports BC Children's Hospital through the Excellence in Child Health Fund, which supports the most urgent health needs of children in BC today. Through a continued investment in research, education and care we are making progress in our mission to improve the lives of BC's kids. Contributions to the Excellence in Child Health Fund go to the areas of greatest need, providing the essential services, critical research and advanced technology necessary to make leading pediatric care accessible to our province's one million children.
View a full list of the 2015 Miracle Weekend contributors, including those in the South Asian community.
Events Organized by the South Asian Community
Share a Smile gala, November 7, 2015 - Organized by Team Miracle Maya
Youth Helping Youth, Banquet on May 8 raised over $22,000 for BC's Kids - Organized by Manvir Kooner, director and president, Youth Helping Youth Society, 778-840-4875
Vaisakhi Parade - April 11 & 18, 2015 - The committee joined forces with Fruiticana & Purdys to raise money and awareness at this year's parades.
For information and details on fundraising ideas please contact Tanya Linau at 604-875-2345 x4643 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A World of Smiles Telethon
After 15 amazing years of the A World of Smiles telethon, BC Children’s Hospital Foundation is rolling the recognition provided to our donors in the South Asian community into our well-established annual Miracle Weekend celebration.
For this reason, we will no longer hold the A World of Smiles telethon. The foundation is grateful for the hard work of the many people who have made A World of Smiles such a success including our volunteers and donors, the AWOS committee members and, of course, our friends at Shaw TV and Shaw Multicultural Channel.