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On Saturday, September 17, Ronald McDonald House BC & Yukon (RMH BC) hosted their 18th annual A Night to Dream Gala, presented by Beedie, which raised $600,000 in gross proceeds, equivalent to 4,000 nights of comfort for families at RMH BC
On Saturday, September 17, Ronald McDonald House BC & Yukon (RMH BC) hosted their 18th annual A Night to Dream Gala, presented by Beedie, which raised $600,000 in gross proceeds, equivalent to 4,000 nights of comfort for families at RMH BC.
More than 300 dynamic influencers, business and community leaders, including RMH BC’s CEO, Richard Pass, joined together for the event at the Westin Bayshore in Vancouver, B.C.
This year’s gala featured a coveted live auction energetically directed by the talented Howard Blank, and incredible participation in the Gift A Night drive. To complete the evening, gala attendees enjoyed a memorable feast followed by an afterparty, including an exclusive live performance by the celebrated musical ensemble, Ten Souljers.
Through generous donations and fundraisers like the A Night to Dream Gala, RMH BC is able to offer a home away from home, a community of support, and a restful space for families to heal better together.
See below for photos from the successful evening…The Kings CollectiveA Night to Dream gala committee: Yael Segal, Kelly Townsend, Jamie Banfield, Alexandra Thompson, Laura Patrick, Gemma Bishop and Joanna Clark
The Kings CollectiveTracey Arnish, vice president human resources, Google Cloud and former chair of the board of directors of RMH BC and Richard Pass, CEO of RMH BC
The Kings CollectiveLaura Patrick, chair of the A Night to Dream Gala, founder and owner of Kids Physio Group and Richard Pass, CEO of RMH BC
The Kings CollectiveAndy Bates, owner of Bates Restaurants; Willy Quan, former owner/operator of McDonald’s Canada; Duncan Robinson, financial advisor at Freedom 55 Financial; and Joe Guzzo, franchise owner of McDonald’s Canada
The Kings CollectiveAngela Scardillo, senior vice president marketing and store design, Best Buy Canada and Calvin MacInnis, president & CEO, Coast Capital Savings
The Kings CollectiveGary Segal, vice president, Kingswood Capital Corporation, business and real estate investor, photographed with family
The Kings CollectiveFry Family, family of Ronald McDonald House BC & Yukon, Nanaimo, B.C.
The Kings CollectiveMoen Family, family of Ronald McDonald House BC & Yukon, Penticton, B.C.
The Kings CollectiveClunis Family, family of Ronald McDonald House BC & Yukon, Victoria, B.C.
The Kings CollectiveGala emcees Holly Conway, on-air host, 94.5 Virgin Radio and Kristi Gordon, Global BC senior meteorologist