Monday, March 14, 2011

Canucks For Kids Fund Donates $5 Million to BC Children's Hospital


The Canucks have announced this morning that they are donating $5 million to the BC Children's Hospital via the Canucks For Kids Fund. With that, they further cement why they are my favorite NHL team. Their dedication to excellence on the ice is marvelous and it is clear that we are witnessing the greatest regular season in Canucks' history, but it's the commitment to community, charity, and children that wins over my heart.

I encourage you, if you are able, to donate to the Canucks For Kids Fund. It's a great charity that we feel blessed to have partnered with last month with the Scrabble Battle and hope to do so again in the future.

9 comments:

  1. Take that, Ducks fan from Vancouver who spent an entire night spamming me on Twitter about all the things the Canucks DON'T do for the community!

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  2. But how can they afford to waste the cap space?!?!11

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  3. I'm 26 years old and I'm *still* making trips to BC Childrens' every so often. They do great work there, great work. This year I've been to a Canucks Alumni game (proceeds of which go to the fund) and bought a Tanner Glass Scrabble Champion t-shirt. It's always great to give money to a good cause and have some memories for later. The Canucks have been awesome for that.

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  4. @Lexie Jovanovski are you talking about Bucky Hermit? lmao

    This sure warmed my heart as well.

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  5. These kids must read PITB, they know that Daniel is out for blood and to treat him nicely (hence the girl at the end naming him the better Sedin)

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  6. @ Anonymous, Yes, I totally am. Granted, I spammed him with a lenghty list of all the things the team does, but apparently The Great Evil that we are still aren't doing enough!

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