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SpokesKids Alumni

SpokesKids Alumni

JaycieJaycie LeClair

“I want to be a W.E. Care for Kids SpokesKid because I want to help other kids in the community be healthy, as I know from experience that being sick is not fun. I also want to give back what was given to me when I was sick because it’s nice knowing someone else cared about me.”

KaleKale Ross

“I am proud to be a SpokesKid because family is very important and children need to be with their families…especially when they are sick.  It makes me feel really happy to help people.”

AndieAndie Solet

“I wanted to become a W.E. Care for Kids SpokesKid because when I was younger I had a lot of surgeries and travelled to the London hospital. I saw a lot of kids that were sick but worse than me! I wanted to help them and when I found out about the W.E. Care for Kids program I thought that this was a good chance for me to help them.”

JosephJoseph Gough

“I am very proud to be a We Care for Kids SpokesKid!  I like meeting people, helping others and being involved in my community.  I want to help fundraise money to help kids who have either physical or mental health issues, so they won’t have to travel out-of-town for the medical help they need.   One day when I grow up, I want to be a paramedic or a doctor so I can help people have good health.”

GabbyGabriella Polanco

“I want to be a W.E. Care for Kids SpokesKid because I have always enjoyed helping others. What better way than to get involved and help my own community? I want to help sick kids stay near their home and not have to travel to London or Toronto to get help. Families should stay together, especially when someone is sick. They should be surrounded by the people that love them. I can’t wait to see how I can help the W.E. Care for Kids Foundation!”

CameronCameron Stahlbrand

“ I would like to be a W.E. Care For Kids SpokesKid because it is great to help families in need and my family knows how it feels.  I was born 6 weeks early and spent a month in the NICU.  My parents have told me how happy they were that I did not have to go to another city and that I was able to get better right here at home!”

EmilyEmily Poulin

“I want to be a W.E. Care for Kids SpokesKid because my sister, Ashley, was one for the last two years. I went to some of the events and they were really fun. It showed me how important it is to have W.E. Care for Kids in our community.”

SelenaSelena Rezler

“I wanted to be a SpokesKid because I LOVE helping others.  It is very important to me to help those that are in need; especially children! I want to be out in the community to show people just what children can do to make a difference. I want to show kids just how much I care. I am the voice that can make a difference!”

LaurenLauren Hickey

“I want to be a W.E. Care for Kids SpokesKid as I want to help kids who are sick be with their families, as being with your family is very important.  I have done fundraising in the past with yard sales, bake sales and homemade book mark sales and donated my hair for Cancer.  I know fundraising is s lot of work and I have a lot of energy to help.  I am excited to be a SpokesKid so I can tell others about W.E. Care for Kids!”

EmmaEmma McDonald

“I am proud to be a W.E. Cart for Kids SpokesKid because I want to make a difference for all Kids, especially sick Kids. We all need to support each other and provide the best possible care for the children of Windsor and Essex County. Being a SpokesKid gives me the opportunity to do my part and to encourage others to do theirs.”

FionaFiona Lewsaw
BrookeBrooke Dupis

“I want to be a W.E. Care for Kids SpokesKid because I want all sick kids to be able to get medical treatment at home and I like trying new things.”

GraceGrace Gayowsky

“I am proud to be a W.E. Care For Kids SpokesKid because it gives me the opportunity to help children in our community to get the help they need her,e so they don’t have to travel and they can be with their families!”

Malia

Malia

“I want to be a W.E. Care for Kids SpokesKid because I was born in Ethiopia and when I went back to get my baby sister, I saw a lot of people sick and with no help, especially kids. Kids get sick, here, too and I don’t want them to have to go to London and Toronto for help. I want them to get help in Windsor so it’s easier for them and their families.”

Sarah

Sarah

“Today I’m a healthy active child but knows what tomorrow will bring? I can’t imagine what it would be like to be in a hospital day after day surrounded by strangers. I know that I would need my family and friends, lots and lots of them. My extended family has been touched like most by childhood illness and disability but I was too young to help…not anymore…I believe I can be a great spokes person for W.E. Care for Kids and would be proud to be part of an organization that keeps kids at their most state in their community surrounded by people who love them.”

Ashley

Ashley

“I would LOVE to be a W.E. Care For Kids Spokeskid, because I have helped out many charities in the past like the Windsor Humane Society. I have donated supplies and volunteered there. I also started a walk here in Windsor to raise money for Allergies and Asthma. I have allergies and asthma myself. It feels good to help and it would be really fun and a great opportunity to help W.E. Care For Kids.”

William

William

“I would like to be a W.E.CARE FOR KIDS SpokesKid so I can help those children who have to go away for medical treatment. We help their families go with them. I would also like to be a spokes kid just to help out around the community. I love helping out.”

Alex

Alex

“I Want to be a WE Care for Kids SpokesKid because I want to be more involved in my community. And also to help raise money and awareness for children in need and their families.”

Lilly

Lilly

“I wanted to be a W.E. care for kids spokesperson because I know how important it is to be able to have medical care at home, surrounded by family and friends. I want Windsor to be able to provide comprehensive, quality care for the children of Windsor / Essex because this is where my friends and I live!”

Michaela

Michaela

“I want to be a SpokesKids because when I grow up I would like to be a doctor and make sure the children have good health, and don’t get sick or get diseases.”

Alivia

Alivia

“I want to be a W.E .Care For Kids SpokesKid because I love the feeling of helping people.”

Eric

Eric