“Never worry about the size of your Christmas tree. In the eyes of children, they are all 30 feet tall.” - Larry Wilde

Find your local festival

This holiday season we’re excited to bring back this cherished local community event that invites people to come together in support of cancer research at BC Children’s Hospital. Community businesses and organizations curate their very own beautifully decorated tree, for which the public is encouraged to explore and vote for their favourite. This year’s events are taking place in Victoria, Okanagan, and Sooke.  

The Bay Centre

Nov. 16, 2023 – Jan. 3, 2024

Festival of Trees Okanagan | BC Children's Hospital Foundation (BCCHF)

Delta Grand Okanagan and Mission Hill Family Estate

Delta Grand: Nov. 17, 2023 – Jan. 5, 2024
Mission Hill: Nov. 25, 2023 – Jan. 7, 2024

SEAPARC Leisure Complex

Nov. 21 – Dec. 27, 2023

As one of the world's top pediatric hospitals, BC Children's is leading the way in shaping the future of care

Experts are making bold advancements in personalized medicine that target the root cause of a child's illness. They are determined to put an end to chronic conditions like diabetes and asthma that rob kids of the joys of childhood. They are changing the odds for the most aggressive cancers? and ensuring children and teens receive timely access to mental health care.

By participating in Festival of Trees, you're bringing us closer to achieving our most ambitious goals for children's health. Your contribution will fast-track breakthrough research, equip the hospital with advanced technologies and ensure kids receive care tailored to their unique needs.

Festival of Trees | BC Children's Hospital Foundation (BCCHF)

You're making a difference for BC Children’s Hospital

We’re on a quest to ensure kids receive the best health care imaginable. 1 million kids across the province—including some of the sickest and most seriously injured, count on the hospital for specialized care they often can't receive anywhere else.

This holiday season, bring renewed hope to kids living with childhood cancers.