Leukaemia survivor Arthur Chan was 14 years old when he founded the Young Ambassadors Program (YAP) at BC Children’s Hospital to make a difference for other sick kids. In 2017, the YAP celebrated reaching its $1 Million Fundraising Milestone. During his leadership of YAP, Arthur’s desire grew to create a way to impact more organizations who support youth in different areas — both in Vancouver and beyond. In 2014, Arthur and eight friends founded D2D Destiny Foundation with the mission of building communities by supporting initiatives and helping those is need with a focus on youth-related causes. To date, D2D has raised over $445,839 to support eight charity partners, including VGH & UBC Hospital Foundation, BC Children’s Hospital Foundation, Richmond Centre for Disability and S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Foundation.