The Surrey Hospital Foundation presents its Celebration of Care Gala: To Surrey with Love – the most anticipated fundraiser of the season – at Surrey’s Aria Convention Centre on Feb. 23.

The Surrey Hospital Foundation presents its Celebration of Care Gala: To Surrey with Love – the most anticipated fundraiser of the season – at Surrey’s Aria Convention Centre on Feb. 23.

Break out your best Bond for Surrey Hospital Foundation gala

Must-attend event will transform the Aria Convention Centre Feb. 23

“Your presence is requested by her Majesty’s Secret Service…”

Who wouldn’t want to receive THAT invite?!

It could be yours this February. The Surrey Hospital Foundation is putting the finishing touches on a sophisticated evening of James Bond-themed splendour, all in support of life-saving surgery research and cutting-edge technology at the hospital.

Presented by Berezan and EllisDon, proceeds will support the Foundation’s $10-million campaign to transform Surrey Memorial Hospital’s operating rooms with state-of-the-art medical equipment and technology needed to continue providing preeminent surgery to Fraser Valley patients.

“We want all the companies in Surrey and those doing business in Surrey to support the most anticipated gala of the winter season,” says Sharon Butler, the Foundation’s Senior Director, Corporate Partnerships & Philanthropy. “Come and network with the city’s corporate and philanthropic leaders, while enjoying a wonderful evening of James Bond-themed royalty, all in support of surgery at Surrey Memorial Hospital.”

To Surrey With Love

Join more than 600 of the city’s corporate and philanthropic leaders at Surrey’s Aria Convention Centre on Feb. 23 for the Celebration of Care Gala: To Surrey with Love, the most anticipated fundraiser of the season.

The evening begins with a cocktail reception from 6 to 7:30 p.m. with canapés, a signature cocktail, live entertainment, gaming tables and unique, theme-inspired rooms. A three-course sit-down dinner prepared by Chef Edgar of the Four Seasons Vancouver follows, along with incredible live and silent auction packages, dancing and late-night snacks. And don’t forget your thank you gift, provided for all guests.

Last year’s gala – which raised an amazing $2.1 million for the Children’s Health Centre – sold out, so don’t delay! Tickets for a table of eight are $3,000 – visit surreyhospitalfoundation.com or email shfevents@fraserhealth.ca

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Surrey Hospital Foundation is the largest non-government funder of healthcare for families in Surrey and surrounding Fraser Valley communities, supporting the major health facilities in the region – Surrey Memorial Hospital and Jim Pattison Outpatient Care and Surgery Centre, as well as numerous specialized programs for newborns, children, adults and seniors.

 

Last year’s Celebration of Care Gala raised an amazing $2.1 million for the Children’s Health Centre. The event also sold out, so get your tickets today!

Last year’s Celebration of Care Gala raised an amazing $2.1 million for the Children’s Health Centre. The event also sold out, so get your tickets today!

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