We are excited to be posting content about Kayla Walker and her food blog. Kayla is 19 years old and loves to have fun and spend time with friends and family. Kayla’s mom, Christinea, is the president of RSSBC. Her food blog is on Instagram: @kwalk.eats Here is an excerpt from her page!
Author: Rachel Kwong
We are very happy to introduce a new ongoing segment in our news! Josh McCulloch and his family have currently embarked on a journey across Canada in their RV. Josh and his wife have two kids, and one of them, June, has Rett Syndrome. Josh has given us permission to share his story and we […]
Thank you all for participating in the raffle for this year! We are pleased to announce the winner…Carole St. Arnaud! Congratulations Carole!
It’s finally here! Our annual fundraiser is up and running, however, this year it looks a bit different!This year you can purchase your tickets online! No more need for paper booklets, collecting change, and mailing checks. Simply follow the link, purchase your tickets and share this post with all your family and friends! This fundraiser […]
RSSBC’s AGM is tonight (May. 2nd) at 7:30 pm on Zoom! Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for the link and more information! Hope to see you there 🙂 -The RSSBC Team
AGM May 2nd @ 7:30pm via Zoom Please join us for our annual general meeting. All members need to attend this ONE meeting on an annual basis to ensure we can continue to support families. This is your time to ask questions and have your voice heard. So far all those on the board would […]
UBC student, Vivian Hou, reached out to RSSBC in June of 2020 to offer her amazing drawing/sketching skills. Vivian spent months creating a new tool for children to understand why their peers are both similar yet different. This amazing tool was built into a coloring book that can be used in both school or community […]
UBC student Arlena approached RSSBC in 2020 just after the pandemic hit. She has been building RSSBC’s newsletter designs and sending them to all our members and supporters on a regular basis. She has found new programs to make this not only easier for the society but also more appealing for those to read and […]
Kathryn Shantora is the co-founder of RSSBC. She helped build the community well before RSSBC was established in 2013. She hosted/supported multiple meetings and connected with many families giving them a place to feel safe while talking about daily challenges. Kathryn’s busy schedule meant she was not able to take on a large role with […]
Christine is a veterinarian by trade and has been a huge asset to our organization. She comes with a medical background and is able to put medical terminology to plain language. Christine works tirelessly on creating snapshot reports on research papers all while finding ways that RSSBC can raise funds to ensure our programs are […]