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Team Crossley

Team Crossley

Going the distance for the IWK

When Cole Harbour, NS father-daughter team Brad and Alexis Crossley decided to enter the Trans Am Bike Race, they saw the US cross-country race as a platform they could use to encourage others to live an active lifestyle by raising funds for the IWK Health Centre.

UPS Canada

UPS Canada

On September 14, 2016 the IWK Foundation celebrated the outstanding generosity of UPS Canada who presented a donation of $130,470 for the IWK’s redevelopment of its Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).

Hospitality Human Resources Committee

Hospitality Human Resources Committee

HHRC is a powerhouse fundraising team! Through auctions, raffles, trivia nights, bake sales, 50/50 ticket sales, softball tournaments and support from many great sponsors, HHRC has raised over $450,000!

Howard & Judy Murchison

Howard & Judy Murchison

Howard & Judy Murchison, of Summerside, PEI, know first-hand the impact of having the IWK Health Centre close to home. Their grandson, Parker, was diagnosed with Leukemia in 2010. 

NSLC

NSLC

The Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation (NSLC) is helping make lives a little better at the IWK Health Centre.

Mackenzie Joy

Mackenzie Joy

Ten year old Mackenzie Joy of Middle Sackville, Nova Scotia, has a unique view of the world and has discovered a way to share it – through the lens of her camera.

Sacred Temple Tattoo

Sacred Temple Tattoo

Jamie MacKay and his wife, Cara, have been giving to the IWK for more than a decade, but about six years ago the Havre Boucher, NS, couple decided they would do a bit more for the special place that cared for their children in incredible ways.

Hannah Harrington

Hannah Harrington

After her little brother's experience at the IWK, Hannah Harrington had a deep appreciation for how they "healed" her brother and decided she wanted to give back.

Gar & Bonnie Gillis

Gar & Bonnie Gillis

Gar & Bonnie Gillis are well known on the Island for their impressive bottle house village located in their backyard, and have accepted donations from visitors to donate over $10,000 to the IWK over the years.

Construction Association of Nova Scotia (CANS)

Construction Association of Nova Scotia (CANS)

Members of the Construction Association of Nova Scotia (CANS) demonstrated outstanding generosity when they came together to build a healthier community by supporting the IWK Health Centre with a $1.5 million donation.

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IWK Health Centre Charitable Foundation Charitable Number: 867558090RR0001