Canucks for Kids Fund


The Canucks for Kids Fund dedicates resources to assist charities which support children’s health and wellness, foster the development of grassroots hockey, and facilitate and encourage education in British Columbia.

Thanks to the generosity of our fans, donors, players, employees and sponsor partners, the Canucks for Kids Fund (CFKF) has granted more than $41 million to charities in British Columbia over the last 27 years.

The Canucks for Kids Fund raises awareness and funds through several charitable initiatives including: Canucks for Kids Fund 50/50, Canucks for Kids Fund Dice & Ice Benefit presented by Scotiabank, Canucks for Kids Fund Superskills powered by Rogers and the Canucks for Kids Fund Telethon presented by Chevrolet. The Canucks for Kids Fund also raises funds through partnerships with Special Olympics BC’s Sports Celebrities Festival and the Vancouver Sun’s Raise a Reader Day.

Our core beneficiaries, Canucks Autism Network (CAN), Canuck Place Children’s Hospice and BC Children’s Hospital Foundation are providing vital resources and life-saving care to families all across this province.

Make a donation

There are three ways to donate:

  1. Donate using our secure online server
  2. Call 604-899-4646, or
  3. Make a cheque to the Canucks for Kids Fund and mail to:
    Canucks for Kids Fund
    800 Griffiths Way
    Rogers Arena
    Vancouver, B.C.
    V6B 6G1

Recent Events

Caddy for a day

Dallas Gillingham and Julia Hwang had never been more excited to be put to work. The 15-year-olds won the opportunity to caddy for their favourite Vancouver Canucks player at the 29th annual Canucks for Kids Fund Jake Milford Charity Invitational Golf Tournament. Read more


CanucksTV followed Eddie Lack around for the day at the recent Jake Milford Classic and well, he might not be the next PGA star but at least he helped raise a lot money for a great cause. Watch the video

Photo gallery

The players all came out to show off their golfing skills and help the kids in a fun afternoon to help raise money. View the gallery