We are a registered charitable society located in Vancouver, British Columbia with a goal to provide all children with the best opportunity to play, to learn and to grow. We are proud to be 100% volunteer operated!

Below is a map of schools that YNOTFORTOTS has either: donated to, currently fundraising for, or part of the students helping students initiative. We are determined to help even more schools and families across the lower mainland!

Our unique item registry and donation structure ensures all donated items go directly to the children who need it most.

Schools and parents can request an item which we will add to our online item registry. Donors may browse the registry and contact us if they have items to donate. This way, all donated items will be directly delivered to the individual who submitted the request.

Selected schools can be part of our special projects initiative  in which we adopt a school and focus our fundraising goals to collect all items from their registry.

In the news:

YNOTFORTOTS featured The Daily Hive:


YNOTFORTOTS featured The Globe and Mail:


YNOTFORTOTS featured in CBC Vancouver (article link below):


The University of British Columbia and UBC Grad School applaud YNOTFORTOTS:

UBC MD Program (Faculty of Medicine) applauds YNOTFORTOTS:


UBC President Dr. Santa Ono applauds YNOTFORTOTS:


YNOTFORTOTS featured in the Vancouver Sun (the same article published in The Province, The Regina Leader-Post, The Calgary Herald, and The Ottawa Citizen):

UBC students start charity to help needy kids


YNOTFORTOTS featured on CTV Vancouver:



UBC Sauder School of Business applauds YNOTFORTOTS:


YNOTFORTOTS on the University of British Columbia News Website (UBC Public Relations):

UBC students start charity to help needy kids

Student-run charity works to combat child poverty

Charity doesn’t let funding gaps prevent love of learning

YNOTFORTOTS on News 1130:

Charity doesn’t let funding gaps prevent love of learning

YNOTFORTOTS featured by The Ubyssey, the University of British Columbia newspaper: