Our Financials

Canuck Place Children’s Hospice (CPCH) relies on the generous support of individual donors, corporate and community partners and the Province of British Columbia, to offer our programs and services at no cost to children and families across the province.

7480 donors gave to Canuck Place in 2016-17

In the FYE 2016-17, our largest source of funds was provided by donations in the form of individual, corporate and community gifts, planned gifts, and annual giving activities, in addition to our annual galas. We continue to be grateful for our partnership with the Vancouver Canucks and the Canucks for Kids Fund, who have contributed over $28 million to Canuck Place over the last two decades. We are also grateful to the Province of BC for their continued funding.

Source of Funding for Canuck Place

Where does the money go?

Canuck Place works with families to design an individual care plan through all stages of a child’s illness. Services include 24/7 physician and nursing support and consultation, medical respite care, pain and symptom management, end-of-life care, music and recreation therapy, art and education and bereavement counselling.

Use of funds for patient care costs include the following:

Use of funds for patient care at Canuck Place

Audited Financial Statements and Annual Reports

You can find our Audited Financial Statements here.

For Annual Reports, please click here.

Canuck Place Strategic Priorities through 2016

Caring for Children and Families

Our team is focused on ensuring quality and safety of care and will implement a minimum of four priority quality and safety improvements, and create a Quality Committee of the Board.

Reaching More Children and Families that Need Our Care

Increase number of children and families served by 2%.

Caring for the Business

Ensure operational effectiveness, strengthen infrastructure, operate within budget, and reach fundraising revenue targets.

Engaging People

Develop 10 year vision to provide a long term future focus that considers staff, donors and the children and families we serve.

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