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When: Monday March 12th 9AM – 5PM
Where: Multi Purpose Theatre Room in the Nest. AKA “The Egg”.
What: The Second Annual “Dress to Impress” suit sale hosted by Suits U Vancouver.
There are so many ways to support your favourite charities, and Chris Brown of Capital Event Management came up with a new and unique one through a conversation with a close friend and business partner- more of a challenge, really; to let his hair grow out as opposed to shaving his head clean as he usually does!
On February 8th at the Vogue Theatre, Studio Cloud 30 will be presenting Top Line Vocal Collective “Soundwave” in concert. The forty-member vocal ensemble will perform contemporary pop, R&B, gospel and reggae songs in a one of a kind choral experience that is sure to blow you away!
This Winter Break the Hospitality Vancouver Association (HVA) made our whole week when they stopped by Queen Alexandra School with box after box of brand new Stormtech winter jackets.
KidSafe is pleased to announce Sir William Macdonald Elementary’s new name: Xpey’ Elementary. This change reflects the school’s status as the Vancouver School Board’s District Aboriginal Focus School.
With the support of Whitelaw Twining and West Point Grey Academy, 350 KidSafe children took to the ice this December, many for the first time.
This Friday 8 December, you can support KidSafe by purchasing a parfait! Between 3.30 and 6pm, Buckets Ice Cream are teaming up with Trafiq Café & Bakery to raise money for KidSafe!
Recently KidSafe was lucky enough to attend the Crofton House Winter Bazaar. More than 4,000 people attended the festival-style event that raised an astonishing $61,800 that Crofton House School has generously donated to KidSafe!
Congratulations to KidSafe alumni Helen & Patricia, who were recently awarded an RBC “Make 150 Count” grant for their community service project!
They explained: “After a lot of counting and curious stares, we did it!