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White heart project

White heart project
A white heart shines on the roof of Vernon Jubilee Hospital as part of a joint effort by the VJH Foundation and Black & McDonald Limited.

A white heart is a symbol commonly used to convey hope, pure thought and steadfast intention.

The White Heart Project was created by the Kelowna General Hospital Foundation and inspired by a deep appreciation for health-care staff and the tremendous sacrifice they are making.

In recent weeks, white hearts have sprung up across hospitals and communities throughout B.C.’s interior.

Other hospital foundations have joined the movement, including: Kamloops, Vernon, Shuswap, Salmon Arm, Guelph, Medicine Hat, and Whistler.

Want to join in?

  • Check out the White Heart Project online
  • Download and display the signature White Heart on your door
  • Join the #whiteheartproject on social media