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6TH Annual “Une Affaire de Chocolat” – May 22, 2014 – Social Mix & Mingle in Support of BIAPH

6TH Annual “Une Affaire de Chocolat”
Social Mix & Mingle in Support of BIAPH
Thursday May 22, 2014 from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm
Harbour Banquet and Conference Centre
2340 Ontario Street, (Bronte Harbour), Oakville, www.harbourbanquet.ca

Tickets: $125 or $150 at the door. (One free drink ticket is included in the price).

Please join us on the shores of Lake Ontario for an evening featuring a fabulous buffet style dinner, decadent chocolate desserts, entertainment by “The Amores”, live and silent auctions and fabulous raffle items.

 

We hope to bring together members of the legal community, the health care community, the insurance industry, brain injury survivors, local businesspersons and politicians to help BIAPH achieve our fundraising goals.

Become a BIAPH Sponsor:

All sponsors receive recognition on the BIAPH web site. In addition, Platinum and Gold sponsors are recognized by signage at fundraising and community events throughout the year. Please contact us to discuss the benefits of sponsorship. All sponsorship packages include complimentary ticket(s) to the Social & Mix & Mingle. If you are not able to use all tickets in your package, we kindly ask that you allow us to donate these tickets on your behalf to our ABI survivors.

In order to ensure that your sponsorship receives proper recognition, please confirm your sponsorship by April 30, 2014

The sponsorship benefits are detailed in the form below:

Sponsorship Benefits

In the event that you are unable to sponsor our fundraising event, please consider donating items for our silent or live auctions. Tickets to sporting events, gift coupons for a “day at the spa”, dinner or golf, sports memorabilia, electronics or gift baskets would be particularly appreciated.

The proceeds from the evening will support the very worthy projects of BIAPH, including support groups for brain injury survivors and caregivers, caregiver relief program, brain injury awareness and education campaigns,  and provide information and referrals to our clients. BIAPH does not receive any government funding, leaving us to rely on corporate support and fundraising events to continue our work.

Your kindness and commitment is truly appreciated. Thank you for your consideration.

We hope to see you May 22.

  1. Sarah Palmer
    Sarah Palmer05-16-2014

    Please add me to the mailing list. Thanks!

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