After the You First Foundation’s recent $16,000 donation to Health Bridge Children’s Hospital, a pediatric specialty acute care hospital, the hospital was able to provide a new theater and toys for the children, which has greatly improved the young patients’ experiences while in treatment.
Wendy’s eldest child, Madeline, affectionately holds her little sister, Olivia. Madeline is a wonderful older sister and helps keep Olivia happy. Olivia is our little miracle since she survived her mother’s passing through an emergency c-section.
Ken and his precious daughters, Madeline and Olivia, continue to remember Wendy and her beautiful life on earth. He is providing loving support for his two children and they are flourishing under his care.
You First Foundation is a true testament to the loving and giving nature that makes our organization so great. Wendy Kwan was without a doubt an inspiration to others and will always be remembered for her generous and loving nature.
We provide scholarships for children whose lives have been affected by traumatic medical events as well as supporting the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society whose goal is to find a cure for blood cancer and improve the quality of life of…
You First Foundation is dedicated to supporting neuro-intensive care and neurorecovery centers to further their research on brain injuries and recovery solutions.
Our annual candy sale has begun. Stop by any branch and enjoy a delicious treat while contributing to a valuable cause. Each time you buy a candy bar, you are helping us to improve the lives and educational opportunities of those affected by traumatic medical events in our communities. Thank you!
You First Foundation donates $16,000 to Houston’s HealthBridge Children’s Hospital. The donation is the first for the foundation started by employees of First Service Credit Union
Our mission is to help children and families that have experienced a traumatic brain injury or blood related cancer. We provide funding for the medical community to find treatments and improve care for people with these medical issues. By partnering with us you can make a difference in the lives of others and help the medical community find cures.
Stunned by the death of young mother Wendy Kwan in 2014, her friends and colleagues have launched a non-profit foundation in her memory, dedicated to research on brain injuries and disorders.