This Holiday season shop local and you'll be giving back to BC Women’s Hospital!
The following local stores will donate partial proceeds from Holiday sales in support of the women and families who are part of our community:
From March 1st – March 8th leading up to International Women’s Day local businesses near you will be taking action to support women’s health because Her Health Matters.
Women are the backbone of our society and their health matters. This International Women’s Day we invite you to reflect on the sharp disadvantages women still face in many facets of life, including health outcomes.
Not only do women’s health issues affect women’s physical bodies, they have further reaching consequences on their families and communities. That’s why investing in women’s health is central to supporting the greater health of our communities because Her Health Matters.
Together, with our generous partners, we invite women in BC and all the women they love to address their greater well-being and physical health. That’s why we’re partnering with the following local businesses in a variety of on-site and online activations that give back to BC Women’s Hospital + Health Centre Foundation.
Exercise or rejuvenate from March 1-8th, so many healthy ways to make a difference:
It's easy! ADESA will take care of all the details and you get a tax receipt for the sale value!
1. Tell them about your donation vehicle by visiting their charity site.
2. They pick up your vehicle at no cost to you.
3. They auction your vehicle, and take care of the paperwork.
4. BC Women’s Foundation will send you a sales tax receipt for the sale amount of your car.
5. Proceeds from your donation vehicle will go directly to BC Women’s Foundation.
Email ADESA's sales department for more information.
Donate your scrap metal in support of BC Women’s Hospital Foundation, in exchange for a tax receipt!
ABC Recycling’s Donor of Hope program engages industry to donate their scrap metal in support of BC Women’s Hospital Neonatal ICU, providing an essential, continuous source of funding to care for the most critically-ill newborns across the province.
When a BC baby is born too soon, too small or too sick to survive without help, the doctors and nurses of BC Women’s Hospital Newborn ICU are there to save lives. But this critical work is only possible with access to the latest technologies and up-to-date equipment.
Visit ABC Recycling to find out more about this unique program or contact Karen Bichin at 604-522-9727.