2018 GALA DINNER & AUCTION • April 7, 2018
- delicious buffet meal and cash bar
- silent and live auctions
- gift prize balloons and 50/50 draw
- live entertainment and dancing
- an opportunity to learn more about Blind Beginnings
Arran Henn of 103.5 QMFM will once again emcee the evening, and in celebration of our 10th anniversary, we’ll be awarding the very first Blind Beginnings Seeing All People Award to a business that goes above and beyond to include and accept children who are blind or partially sighted—by seeing them as children first.
When: Saturday, April 7, 2018
Where: Executive Plaza Hotel and Conference Centre, 405 North Road, Coquitlam
Time: Doors open at 6:00pm • Dinner at 7:00pm
- $100 : Individual
- $50 : Children 10 and younger
- $1,100 : Table for 12
To purchase tickets go to 2018 Gala Tickets or call the Blind Beginnings office at 604-434-7243.
Listen to Fair Trade Works‘ radio ad for Gala. We thank Fair Trade Works for their generous support.
TRIVIA NIGHT • Thank you!
A huge thanks to all the volunteers who collected raffle and door prize items, and to everyone else who contributed to the success of the event.
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Blind Beginnings, a charitable organization dedicated to helping children and youth who are blind or partially sighted live a life without limits, is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. Blind Beginnings was founded in 2008 by Executive Director Shawn Marsolais who is blind. She has competed in the Paralympic Games, earned a Master’s Degree, qualified… Read more Blind Beginnings Celebrates 10 Years Of Service To BC’s Children Who Are Blind Or Partially Sighted
Since 2008, Blind Beginnings Society has envisioned a world where seeing things differently inspires limitless possibilities for BC’s blind and partially sighted children.
Through educational and experiential workshops, pre-employment and leadership training, camps, recreational activities and individualized counselling, the organization offers these youth opportunities to develop skills, confidence and independence to reach their full potential.