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Pink Day Fundraising

It is truly our  pleasure to announce,  Westside Secondary School is the top fundraiser of our 2022 Raise More Challenge raising $15,636.97. Through all of our Pink Days at Westside Secondary School, donations have now surpassed $200,000.00!   

As the top fundraiser in Canada, $5,000.00 will be donated to our local cancer center at Headwaters Healthcare.   Congratulations Westside.

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Since 2004, Westside Secondary School has raised funds for Breast Cancer Canada and their annual “Raise More Challenge” fundraising campaign.

Pink Day is our school’s largest spirit day of the year, raising money for BCC’s breast cancer awareness fundraiser. In the days leading up to Pink Day, students donate money in exchange for pink highlights in their hair, pink painted nails, cotton candy and cupcakes, with all proceeds going to the fundraising effort.

At the Pink Day assembly, nearly all of our 800 students show up wearing pink. Teachers and students face off in various competitions (tug-of-war, bottle-toss), and other contests. Each year several students and staff shave their heads and donate their hair to groups that make wigs for cancer patients.

In 2016, Westside raised over $24 000, and was recognized again as the top fundraiser in the country for “Dress for the Cause”. According to BCSC, Westside’s donation was higher than any other company or group in Canada in 2015 and 2016. “For the first time in our history, a group of students has surpassed the contribution of every other business in Canada,” said Kimberly Carson, CEO of BCSC.

“The continued spirit and commitment shown by Westside Secondary School  is absolutely inspiring. The selflessness of Westside’s student body and faculty sets an example for all Canadians.  We are deeply thankful for Westside’s support,” Carson said.

Breast cancer awareness is a deeply personal issue for many here at Westside. “We are passionate about hosting our Dress for the Cause event every year, as breast cancer has touched many families at Westside,” said teacher Christine Kirkland. “There is no greater event that brings together the spirit, hope and generosity of Westside and our community,” she said.

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