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In 2013, you helped dreams come true for 11-year-old Jason Lamont as he embarked on the trip of a lifetime to Walt Disney World Resort® in Florida.
Razan is a young DJ who, at 23 years old, is already growing a great reputation in her Calgary community. For Razan, DJing provides her with a creative escape from her current reality.
Nineteen-year-old Luke from Saint John, NB loves everything about Italian food: cooking, finding new recipes, eating, and sharing his passion with his friends and family.
Ryan grew up as an active young boy in his hometown of Windsor, ON. He was very athletic and enjoyed playing hockey and soccer with his friends. But that all changed at the age of thirteen when he was diagnosed with stage four Ewing Sarcoma.
In celebration of the holiday season and as part of their efforts to support charities after a challenging year, Canada Life provided a seasonal gift of $10,000 to six different charities across the country.
Twelve-year-old Ahmad and his brother, twenty-one-year-old AbdAllah both live with different severities of cerebral palsy but together, had dreams to build stronger connections with the world.
Five years ago you helped this feisty 8-year-old boy run the 5k marathon of his dreams. Today, at 14, he’s training for a triathlon.
When James was eight years old he had two passions: running and Star Wars.
On June 20th, 2020 over 50 registered participants plus their social media followers joined Sunshine online for a splashing good time in support of life-changing dreams for kids living with severe physical disabilities or life-threatening illnesse
Albert is an eleven-year old from Markham, ON who finds joy in life from being active.
It was 4 AM on Tuesday, December 11th, 2019. The Vancouver International Airport began to fill with 70 Sunshine kids, hundreds of yellow t-shirts, and a mix of excitement and nervousness.
Maddy McKenzie is a country music girl at heart and comes from the small town of Oakland, ON.
The Sunshine Foundation of Canada is delighted to announce that Sarah Lashbrook of Sudbury, ON, has been selected as the recipient of the 2018 Wayne C.