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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.
Owen, the new General Manager of the Edmonton Oilers, rolled into the Rogers Place Arena in style, sporting a crisp suit and shiny brown leather loafers.
Twelve-year-old Chadd has a dream that he is determined to make happen… and with Sunshine’s help, the first steps have already come true.
As a strong young girl who has faced serious health challenges all her life, it’s no surprise Alia admires Princess Anna and Elsa, two of Disney’s strongest female characters.
When the Sunshine team first met Kolby, she was a young teenager living with a heart condition who literally carried the ‘power’ to her heart in her handbag.
Sunshine dreams change lives of kids and their families. But for Randy, he never thought he’d witness the powerful impact of a dream experience twice in his lifetime.
Maddy is a country music girl at heart and was taught how to play guitar from her dad. She has been working to overcome challenges of living with low vision but is determined to become a major Canadian country music artist.
On Thursday, April 4 2019, Sunshine alumnae Sarah Lashbrook and her amazing team, the Sudbury Comedy Gala Committee, hosted their 5th Comedy Gala to help change lives of kids living with severe physical disabilities or life-threatening illnesses.
At the age of ten, Amy was diagnosed with a form of muscular dystrophy that progressively weakens her muscles over time.
When Sunshine volunteer Ralph first heard about The Sunshine Foundation of Canada, he and his brother were running a fundraiser in memory of his late daughter Amanda.