We love all our homes – and we especially love our beach homes!
The BC Children’s Hospital Dream Lottery has always featured wonderful ocean view and oceanside living options in some of B.C.’s most desirable cities, like White Rock, the Okanagan and Kelowna, downtown Vancouver and Vancouver Island.
And this year’s dreamiest beach home is located in Tsawwassen‘s cute, cozy, and exclusive Beach Grove neighbourhood – it’s a 2,671 square-foot retreat by Pine Construction, part of a $2.5 million Grand Prize package (which includes $60,000 in furniture/accessories, a 2019 BMW cabriolet, and $500,000 cash).
The Living Room
The Master Bedroom and Ensuite
The Kids’ Rooms
Just a block from your brand-new dream home…
The Tsawwassen home is open every day of the week, 12-5pm, at 1586 Duncan Drive (Delta, BC). Come and check it out! And order your tickets from our friendly in-house staff.
Lottery features prize homes in White Rock, Tsawwassen, South Surrey, Vernon, Vancouver, Victoria and Courtenay
VANCOUVER, BC (July 19, 2019) – BC Children’s Hospital Foundation today announced that 2019
Dream Lottery tickets are now on sale. Dream Lottery proceeds go toward research initiatives at BC
Children’s Hospital, where over 1,000 medical researchers pursue new discoveries that are then
translated directly into improved care to benefit sick and injured children across the province.
“BC Children’s is the only hospital in BC devoted exclusively to children, and through the funds raised
through Dream Lottery ticket sales, we can help advance research that will transform health care for kids
across the province,” said Teri Nicholas, president & CEO of BC Children’s Hospital Foundation. “The
revenue that Dream Lottery generates supports researchers who work tirelessly to discover new
treatments and cures that will raise the level of care for the more than 93,000 kids who receive care at the
hospital each year.”
Three-year-old Thariq Daya was an active boy who loved riding his bike and playing soccer. So when he began developing symptoms like a fever and slight limp, doctors attributed it to the effects of cold and flu season.
Then one day in February 2018, Thariq’s heart started racing and he wasn’t able to walk properly. He was rushed to BC Children’s Hospital by ambulance. Within three days, the family received news that brought his mom, Shawna, to her knees – he was diagnosed with stage 4, high-risk neuroblastoma.