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After a pandemic pause, the St. Paul’s Foundation Feast of Fortune and the Vancouver Canucks Dice and Ice galas returned to their winning ways.
Committee member Helen Yu and Top Chef Canada’s Deseree Lo served up a tasty and very successful gala.
Vancouver mayor Ken Sim helped usher in the Year of the Rabbit at the 16th edition of the Scotiabank Feast of Fortune fundraiser.
Patricia Yeo and Sing Lim Yeo founded the charity dinner in 2008, when a modest $90,000 was netted. This year’s event raised a record-setting $3.58 million for a state-of-the-art research centre to be located on the new Jim Pattison Medical Campus.
Scotiabank district vice president Andrew Wilkins and Fiona Dalton, president and CEO of Providence Health Care, presided over the traditional lion dance held at the start of the evening to bring good fortune to the festivities.
Honouring their son, Canuck Place parents Jordan and Kerena Letcher shared their story of love and loss with 800 guests, igniting an avalanche of donations ranging from $1,000 to $25,000.
After a pandemic pause, Vancouver Canucks owner Francesco Aquilini and Canucks for Kids Fund president Michael Doyle saw the return of the franchise’s marquee charity event.
Forwards Andrei Kuzmenko and Elias Pettersson scored photo duties mugging with fans before enjoying an evening of fun and games in support of the Canucks for Kids Fund.
Hockey Night in Canada’s Randip Janda and Sonia Aslam from City News hosted the 21st Dice and Ice gala at the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver.
Marking its 50th anniversary, the venerable dinner will see the return of Hong Kong pop stars. Proceeds to support social service programs for children, families and seniors. successbc.ca
The iconic gala in support of the Canadian Cancer Society returns with a fresh breath of optimism. This year’s theme of “flourish” is a celebration of hope in bloom.
An evening of incredible wine, fabulous food and unparalleled opportunities to stock your cellar while supporting Bard on the Beach.