Virtual 1 on 1 Experience with Elyse, Supporting The BC Children's Hospital Foundation

Virtual 1 on 1 Experience with Elyse, Supporting The BC Children's Hospital Foundation

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Overview How it Works
Overview

My name is Elyse and I’ll donating part of the proceeds directly to The BC Children's Hospital Foundation. Since 1982, our Foundation has been working to inspire people and communities to join our quest and raise the bar of children’s health care. Your generosity helps change the lives of families today—from enabling new programs that deliver compassionate care tailored to the needs of children, to purchasing the latest innovations in equipment. And your support is changing the lives of families tomorrow—helping shape what child health can become—by fueling research aimed at conquering and ultimately preventing childhood diseases. The top bids will win a 1 on 1 virtual fan experience with me. All non-winning bids will be refunded.

How it Works

Place a bid, and submit your payment to finalize it. Once this happens, you'll see a temporary charge placed on your card for the amount of the bid. Before the auction ends, we'll notify you on the status of your bid so you can decide if you want to bid more or get a refund.

The winner of the auction will be notified of next-steps to help coordinate their 1-on-1 fan experience! All losing bids will be 100% refunded.

About The Charity:

BC Children’s is the only hospital in the province devoted exclusively to the care of children. That means one million kids, including some of the sickest and most seriously injured, count on the hospital for specialized care they often can’t receive anywhere else. Last year, more than 99,000 patients visited the hospital, which not only includes its acute care centre, but also its research institute, mental health facility and rehabilitation centre. Since 1982, our Foundation has been working to inspire people and communities to join our quest and raise the bar of children’s