The annual Canucks for Kids Fund Dice & Ice Online auction is open now and features nearly 200 incredible items! Ranging from rare sports memorabilia, including Daniel Sedin's 1000th Point Game Worn & Autographed Jersey, to an extensive selection of beer and wine, to luxury dining experiences, to the unique and always-popular Canucks player family baskets, there are items available in every price range and for all interests. The online auction even includes a feature where bidders can submit a maximum bid so the system will bid on their behalf if needed. Log on to www.canucksauction.com now to place your bids and support the important work of the Canucks for Kids Fund. Auction closes Saturday March 3, 2018 at 9:00pm PST.
The Vancouver Canucks will proudly host the 18th Annual Canucks Dice & Ice benefit presented by Scotiabank on March 3, 2018 at the at the new JW Marriott Parq Vancouver, Grand Ballroom. There are still a limited number of seats and tables available! (See below). In 2017, the Canucks for Kids Fund sold-out casino night and gala dinner raised more than $541,000 in net proceeds for charities serving children in BC.
Now in our 32nd year, through the support of our fans, donors, players, employees and corporate partners, the Canucks for Kids Fund (CFKF) has granted more than $56 million to charities across British Columbia. Serving more than 130 different organizations, the CFKF donates to charities which support children's health and wellness, foster the development of grassroots hockey and facilitate and encourage education in BC.
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. CAN is a leading organization that enhances the quality of life for families living with autism. Canuck Place offers focused pediatric care for children with life-limiting conditions, as well as support for their families. BC Children's Hospital treats more than 86,000 of the province's most ill and seriously injured children each year.