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Fred Lee heads to the late-summer galas for CLICK and Ronald McDonald House.
Inaugural Flower Power fashion fundraiser at Southlands Nursery featuring fall collections from Boboli and Bacci raised $90,000 for inner-city youth.
Fashion met cause as Boboli’s Margie Murphy collaborated with event co-organizer Jane Young to seed Flower Power fashion fete.
Committee member Gurmeet Sengara and Bacci owner Andrea Molnar welcomed a capacity crowd of predominantly well-heeled and well-connected women to the outdoor show.
Dressed for the occasion was Vancouver fashionistas Maggie Ching and Sophia Yeh.
Community leader and philanthropist Pau Yao Koo attended the fall runway show at Thomas Hobbs’ Southlands Nursery.
Bruce eyewear owner Nada Vuksic accompanied her bestie and newly appointed Order of BC recipient Bruce Munro Wright to the end of summer event.
Nancy Forstrom Thomas and producer Tracey Pincott orchestrated the Southlands fashion show at sundown.
Flower Power co-founder Susan Chow aimed to help Catherine Atyeo’s volunteer-driven CLICK charity dedicated to helping underserved youth in Vancouver.
Laura Patrick, chair of the A Night to Dream Gala, and committee member Joanna Clark, welcomed 300 guests to an elegant evening of dining and fundraising.
Ronald McDonald House BC bard chair Linda Lemke, and CEO Richard Pass were all smiles following the $600,000 raised which will provide 4,000 nights of comfort for families at Ronald McDonald House.
The Clunis Family were grateful to Ronald McDonald House for providing a home away from home, a community of support and a restful space for family members to heal better together.
PR professional Gemma Bishop did double duty steering the gala-do with fellow committee member Alexandra Thompson, as well as drumming up press the 73-bedroom house dedicated to BC children and their families needing medical care in the city.
Angela Scardillo, SVP Marketing, Best Buy Canada and Calvin MacInnis, President & CEO, Coast Capital Savings were among corporate leaders in attendance at the red carpet, black-tie affair.
RMH BC board member Vincent Chow and Dr. Riley Senft, Clinical Assistant Professor, Anaesthesia, Lions Gate Hospital.
Fronting the formal affair at the Westin Bayshore Hotel were Global TV’s Kristi Gordon and Virgin Radio’s Holly Conway.