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One week left to support our BC Children’s Hospital Small is Mighty Month of May Campaign


Watch the video and hear how Sailor is Small yet Mighty

Hear from Sailor’s family on how she is breaking the boundaries of what it means to live big even if your small. Click on the video link below to watch an interview with her parents (10 minutes) and a Q &A to follow.

Click here to watch the video



Power Pioneers Small is Mighty Campaign Update

We have raised over $35,000 so far and one week to go for the Campaign.

Let’s keep the momentum going!

Thank you to all the Power Pioneers, employees, family and friends that have donated! Together we are making a difference.

If you haven’t donated yet, but would like to help through our Small is Mighty campaign, there is one week left. Show your support and together we’ll show the world, Small is Mighty!


Make a donation or purchase from our Small is Mighty Collection

To make a donation, select the volunteer you want to donate through by clicking on their secure link shown below. Donations will roll up to each Branch and Provincial total. Share this link with your family and friends to show your support for such a great cause. Join BC Children’s Hospital’s mission and never doubt what small can do: big things come from small beginnings.


Check out our new Small Is Mighty Collection at the Power Pioneers Gear store. All donations and proceeds from Gear store sales (10%) benefit BC Children’s Hospital through the Power Pioneers Miracle Millions Campaign.


When you donate online, tax receipts will be automatically issued for gifts of $20 and over. Tax receipts can’t be issued for merchandise purchased.


Please contact the Small is Mighty Campaign Chair, Maureen Lachnit at for more information. If you would like to donate by cheque, arrangements can be made.
Thank you for your support ♥️



Small Is Mighty – volunteer links listed below:

If your Branch is not listed below you can donate through a branch representative or volunteer of your choice.

Shawn MacDougall –

Marilynne Hedley –

Ros LeBlanc –

Murray Wooldridge –

Phil and Mary Horton –

Kathleen Ferguson –

Eileen Hardy –

Rob Kikkert –

Maureen Lachnit –

Donna Leong –

John Sherry –

Fraser Valley
Linda Crowhurst –

Williams Lake
Garry Pope –

Pat Dool –

Columbia Shuswap
Rod Haddad –

Upper Island
Pat Morris –

Skip Mavety –