Nova Scotia

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.

Jacob Gardner

Jacob Gardner

It was only one year ago that 19-year old Jacob Gardner kept himself locked in his room for fear something bad would happen. A diagnosis of obsessive compulsive disorder helped him gain back control of his life. Here is his story of bravery and strength.

Skylar Côté

Skylar Côté

“Mom and Dad, what do people see when they look at me?” It sounds like a simple question but for parents Marcel and Jill Côté, it was life-changing. It was the day they celebrated the birth of their daughter Skylar. Let’s meet her now…

Tesa Ramsay

Tesa Ramsay

When 17-year-old Tesa Ramsay learned she had Crohn’s disease and juvenile arthritis she was determined not to let it end her passion for dancing. Thanks to the care she received from the IWK and her local hospital, she continues to soar across the stage. Let’s meet this inspiring young lady.  

Emma Elliott

Emma Elliott

Last September, 19-year-old Emma Elliott was just starting university when she began to spiral out of control. Her anxiety and substance abuse took hold of her life and resulted in her being hospitalized. Here is her courageous story.

Alexis Fletcher

Alexis Fletcher

Alexis was a kind, sensitive and free-spirited teenager who cared deeply about those around her. She was a talented dancer, enjoyed drawing and was loved by her family and friends.

Madeline Hollis

Madeline Hollis

Then two years of age, Madeline was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia and would need to travel to the IWK Health Centre immediately for further testing and to start treatment. 

Carter Theriault

Carter Theriault

Weighing only one pound 15 ounces at birth, baby Carter from Mineville, Nova Scotia made his debut into the world 14 weeks early, at just 26 weeks gestation.

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!

Jim Drover

Jim Drover

In November 2014, Jim decided to leave a gift in his will to the IWK Foundation. This gift is in honour of Sam Jangaard,the son of a dear friend and IWK Foundation employee, Kim Farmer.

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