The CSN Driving Wishes campaign will support 4 different children living with critical illnesses across the country. The country will be divided into 4 regions: Atlantic, Central, Prairie & West. Each region will help grant the wish of a child by raising funds through local events, shop fundraising, and of course support from the public as we drive awareness for Make-A-Wish!®
You can donate to any specific region through the bios below, OR you can make a general donation to all 4 Make-A-Wish kids HERE
Charlotte, 3, Brain Tumour
Charlotte loves nursery rhymes, pasta and her dog Baxter. Her favourite thing to do is play outdoors with her family. It’s no surprise that Charlotte wishes for a camper so she can spend quality time with her family for many summers to come.
Nicolas, 15, Cancer
Nicolas is an extremely smart, kind, dynamic teen who loves soccer, hockey and music. He has had over seven months of chemotherapy and two surgeries since his battle with cancer began. The one thing that has kept him going is playing World of Warships on his old computer. Nic’s entire attitude changed when he found out his wish, of receiving a new Ironside gaming computer was being granted. Anticipating his wish has made his weekly treatments a little bit easier. Thank you for helping to support wishes like Nic’s.
Ryker, 8, Heart Condition
Ryker is a sweet, adventurous young boy whose heartfelt wish is to go to Newfoundland. He wants to visit his cousins and extended family, while exploring the scenic landscape of “the Rock”. He plans on climbing to the top of the Cabot Tower and taking a ferry ride to Bell Island. Thank you for helping to support wishes like Ryker’s.
Alaya, 16, Lymphoma
Alaya is an impressive, passionate sixteen-year-old girl. She’s a straight-A student, kickboxes in her spare time and is a voracious reader. Alaya hopes to become a doctor one day and practice in her remote community, where there is a shortage of medical practitioners. Alaya wishes to go to Ireland, where her famiy is from, to explore the history and culture surrounding her heritage. This will be her first trip outside of Canada and a welcome reprieve from her battle with lymphoma. She is looking forward to celebrating the end of her treatments with her family in Ireland.