A Brother's Legacy

My little brother, Dave.
[Read Dave's Story]
My family and I have been touched by schizophrenia through my dear brother, Dave.  Last year to honour his memory, I matched each and every donation that was given in December.
I was very moved when I met Trevor and heard about his brother, Spencer.  Even though our brothers lived in different provinces and years apart, their stories were similar.  I feel the same anger, heartache, and grief that Trevor feels towards this disease.  And, like Trevor, I am on a mission to do whatever I can so other families do not suffer.  [Read Spencer's Story]
Families need education and support now.  British Columbia Schizophrenia Society (BCSS) connects with families to deliver life-changing resources and information.  At the same time, we need researchers to find tools for earlier diagnosis and better treatments.
Every gift matters.  By giving to BCSS, you are helping families today and funding research that will build a healthier, better future for all.
Together, we can save lives.  I will personally match all donations, up to a total of $10,000.  This means you can double your gift... $50 becomes $100; $100 becomes $200.  And to inspire you even more, I am extending my matching gift commitment to January 31st.

Please make your life-saving gift today!


Chris Sandy
Volunteer Board Director

P.S. Let me double the impact of your gift... Every donation counts!