The tragedy happened while Aisha was on her way to her summer job, where she adored her role working with a diverse and special group of kids. She is a student at the University of Victoria studying political science and anthropology, both subjects for which she has a huge passion. She has plans of one day going to law school or further pursuing her love of teaching. Aisha is a kind and generous person, who delights in adding humour and joy to the people around her. She's a daughter, sister, granddaughter, niece, cousin and friend to so many people that love her dearly. The community of people that Aisha touches in such positive ways are all suffering from this senseless act.
The results of this accident have been a nightmare for her family and friends. Aisha's parents, who live in Calgary, have dropped everything to move their lives to Victoria and be with her. Doctors say recovery from her injuries will be a very long journey, with unpredictable outcomes. If you want to help and are able to contribute, funds raised will be used to support transportation, adaptive living, and a host of other supports for this amazing family during this devastating time and for their uncertain future.
I'm Aisha's Auntie Sue and will be managing this page on behalf of the family.
- Jim Jacobson
- Lynn and John Keating
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- Laurence Seaker
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