This Thursday wear jeans and support Children’s Hospital

The goal is to raise $1.2 million for the Excellence in Child Health Fund at BC Children’s Hospital

Join thousands of British Columbians and show your support for BC Children’s Hospital by purchasing a Jeans Day™ button or lapel pin and wearing jeans to school or work on Thursday, April 26. The goal of this year’s Jeans Day™, which is celebrating its 22nd year, is to raise $1.2 million for the Excellence in Child Health Fund at BC Children’s Hospital.

To purchase a $20 pin or a $5 button, register as a champion at www.jeansday.ca or visit any official retailer, including Save-On-Foods, Overwaitea Foods, PriceSmart Foods, Cooper’s Foods, Urban Fare, London Drugs, Thrifty Foods and Costco.

Since 1991 Jeans Day™ has raised more than $14 million for BC Children’s Hospital. Funds raised have helped to support the most urgent needs at BC Children’s Hospital, the province’s only full-service, acute-care hospital dedicated to serving the approximately one million children living in BC and the Yukon.

Jeans Day™ is supported by schools program sponsor, Odlum Brown Limited, and the Vancouver Canucks, whose players, Henrik and Daniel Sedin, and Kevin Bieksa, appear on this year’s Jeans Day™ posters.

Visit Jeans Day™’s online channels for more information:

Twitter: @bcjeansday or Facebook: www.facebook.com/jeansday

Website: www.jeansday.ca