Media and Publications
Jocelyne's Music System
Fifteen-year-old Jocelyne is passionate about music. She and her dad bond over their love for timeless rock and classics like Elvis, The Beach Boys, and Motley Crue.
The Toronto Blue Jays in Connor’s Back Yard
One mid-summer evening, sixteen-year-old Connor, who lives with a severe visual impairment, was guided into his back yard to the biggest surprise he could have ever imagined!
Emma Reflects on her Fairmont Empress Experience
During the pandemic, we were all locked-down, spending far more time indoors than we ever had before. It was not something twenty-two-year-old Emma from Nanaimo, BC was used to.
How Your Business Can Support Sunshine This Giving Tuesday
Giving Tuesday is the "opening day" of the giving season! A global day of giving where Canadians, charities, and businesses join together and support their favourite causes.
Faith's Meet & Greet with Mary Lambert
Faith is a young 23-year-old music enthusiast who lives with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, a disease that weakens the body’s connective tissues and presents occasional mobility and medical challenges, often accompanied by fatig
Ali's Dream Inspires Work In Game Development
Ali is an eighteen-year-old from Toronto who loves Anime and dreams of creating video games in the future.
Julia's Recumbent Cross Trainer
Nineteen-year-old Julia lives with multiple severe physical disabilities and a visual impairment.
Winnipeg Dream Recipient Gets Accessible Room Makeover
21-year-old Megan, from Winnipeg recently had her bedroom makeover dream come true with Sunshine and is now confident that one day she can live alone, on her own!
A Custom Wheelchair Helps Chilliwack Teen Explore Trails
Sixteen-year-old Chenoa and her family love to hike. They can be found exploring the local hiking trails a couple times each week, yet for the past two years, Chenoa has been left behind.
Sunshine Helps Lily Become an Animator
13-year-old Lily had her dream come true to create video game art recently, thanks to Sunshine!
35 years of supporting AccessAbility for Canadian kids and youth
Each year, the last week of May is observed as National AccessAbility Week in Canada.