Media and Publications
Julia's Recumbent Cross Trainer
Nineteen-year-old Julia lives with multiple severe physical disabilities and a visual impairment.
35 years of supporting AccessAbility for Canadian kids and youth
Each year, the last week of May is observed as National AccessAbility Week in Canada.
Sunshine Helps Lily Become an Animator
13-year-old Lily had her dream come true to create video game art recently, thanks to Sunshine!
A Custom Wheelchair Helps Chilliwack Teen Explore Trails
Sixteen-year-old Chenoa and her family love to hike. They can be found exploring the local hiking trails a couple times each week, yet for the past two years, Chenoa has been left behind.
Winnipeg Dream Recipient Gets Accessible Room Makeover
21-year-old Megan, from Winnipeg recently had her bedroom makeover dream come true with Sunshine and is now confident that one day she can live alone, on her own!
Welcome to "Scott Cave"!
Scott is a 20-year old young man, living with a cognitive and physical form of encephalitis. At the age of five, he experienced a brain seizure that claimed his ability to walk, feed himself and speak.
Mayor Ed Holder - 2019 Spirit of Service Award Recipient
Mayor Edwin A. Holder
November 17, 2021
Wheeling Into The Future
Ethan is an 18-year old young resident of Regina, Saskatchewan, who loves his daily dose of physical activity.
Sweet Dreams Are Made of These
Fourteen-year-old Liam, and his twelve-year-old sister Kaitlyn were born with a rare genetic disorder that affects multiple body functions, including low vision.
Teen’s Technology Dream Comes True This Holiday Season
Just ahead of the holidays, 17-year-old Allyah received a special gift from The Sunshine Foundation of Canada.
Nathan’s Sunshine Dream Helps his Public Speaking Career
Take a moment to look around the space where you are. How does it make you feel? Pleasant? Sad? Relaxed? A space that is organized and personalized to your individual tastes can make a dramatic difference in the way you think and feel.