Jeans Day

Join thousands of British Columbians and show your support for BC Children’s Hospital by purchasing a Jeans Day™ button

Join thousands of British Columbians and show your support for BC Children’s Hospital by purchasing a Jeans Day™ button or lapel pin and wearing jeans to school or work on Thursday, April 26. The goal of this year’s Jeans Day™, which is celebrating its 22nd year, is to raise $1.2 million for the Excellence in Child Health Fund at BC Children’s Hospital.

To purchase a $20 pin or a $5 button, register as a champion at www.jeansday.ca or the Children’s Hospital fundraising committee will be selling to all the schools, CNC, the clinic and will have some available at the Department Store for people to buy. They will also have some available if people email (vanderhoofcfk@gmail.com).

 

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