VIP KIDS has a KIDS helping KIDS
program where every month we give back 5% of our sales to a local charity organization.
The KidSafe Project Society is a registered Canadian charity based in Vancouver, British Columbia. We were founded in 1993 by a group of concerned citizens, The Vancouver Sun newspaper and public school teachers in response to a local tragedy that saw a young child assaulted and abandoned when left home alone during school break. The community galvanized into action forming KidSafe, with the mission to provide nurturing safe havens for vulnerable inner-city children when schools are traditionally closed.
Providing love and hope to Vancouver's street youth. We help youth aged 16 to 24 who have fled physical, emotional and/or sexual abuse; those who have been forced from their homes; and those who have aged out of foster care.
Contributing to a vibrant, inclusive, and caring society by strengthening individual, family and neighbourhood life through opportunities that encourage people to gather, grow and build a spirit of community.
The Children’s Organ Transplant Society (COTS) is a registered charity started to support BC families who have children who are waiting for an organ transplant or who have had an organ transplant. All the families who are part of COTS have gone or will go through this life transforming experience, understand firsthand that families need more than medical support. They need a community of people who have shared similar experiences.
COTS is a community, a support network, a place to share and to learn. And although every transplant experience is unique, what is known is that when a child has had an organ transplant, it changes the lives of everyone in the family.
The Rare Disease Foundation is a non-profit organization. Their mission is to create communities of patients, caregivers, health care providers, researchers & supporters, that work together to transform the lives of those living with rare disease. A rare disease is defined as a condition affecting fewer than 1 in 2000 people.
There are more than 7000 diagnosed rare diseases and many more undiagnosed diseases. About 1 in 12 people (nearly three million Canadians) have a rare disease. Most known rare disorders are severe and chronic, with many being degenerative and life threatening. Rare diseases are poorly characterized so many conditions remain unamed. People who do not have a specific diagnosis can be denied access to necessary medical support services.
With the ongoing support of people like you, Camp Kerry has been performing magic and making history since 2007. The Camp Kerry Society was created to support the psycho/social/spiritual needs of individuals, families, and professionals coping with life-threatening illness and bereavement.
Cassie + Friends is the only charity in Canada dedicated 100% to the pediatric rheumatic disease community. Since 2007, we’ve raised over $1.5 million dollars to transform the lives of kids and families affected by Juvenile Arthritis and other rheumatic diseases. Working with patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals, researchers and other friends, we provide life-changing support, education, community and research to help kids and families face the ups and downs of life with a chronic condition.
BabyGoRound is dedicated to providing Lower Mainland families in need with essential equipment, clothing, and products for their infants and young children. These items are delivered through a network of qualified social service partners in the community.
The goal of BabyGoRound is to help mothers access the essentials they need to ensure the well-being of their babies and young children. By providing concrete resources to their families through a network of social service professionals. The stress of having a new baby can be alleviated for those mothers who are struggling financially.
The "Gaby Davis Foundation" was started in memory our daughter and friend Gabrielle Davis who lost her battle with childhood cancer in March 2007.
Her brave fight against cancer inspired us to fulfill her wish to help other families fighting this terrible beast. Our goal with this foundation is to offer support and assistance to British Columbian children with cancer and their families in times of financial need. Gaby wouldn't have wanted it any other way.
To protect the safety and wellbeing of children and promote the health of all families by partnering with those in a parenting role and their communities to build support, advocacy, education, research, and resources.
To realize our vision and mission we create opportunities for parents and grandparents that foster independence and personal responsibility, and by creating cost-effective and comprehensive community based services in cooperation with public and private partners. Our staff is dedicated to providing these services with respect, compassion, and accountability, and to championing the Canadian Charter of Rights and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
The Charlene Reaveley Children’s Charity was created to offer support and assistance to grieving children and their families. What was needed in Dan’s experience was counselling without financial burden, access to books and resources within the community and a connection to families who were also experiencing a loss in their lives.
CRCCS was created to keep Charlene’s memory alive and to help other children and their families going through similar circumstances, providing them with much-needed counselling and support.