Spring Lunch 2017 Help Girls Spread their Wings

Big Sisters of BC Lower Mainland Spring Lunch 2017

Thursday, March 30, 2017

from

11 AM to 1:30 PM

at

Vancouver Convention Center’s West Building

Level II Ocean Foyer with Spectacular North Shore and Harbourfront Views

featuring

200 of Vancouver’s Engaged Business Community

Champagne Cocktail Reception and Three-Course Lunch

Personal Impact Story Testimonial and Distinguished Keynote Speaker, Dr. Shimi Kang with Emcee, Keri Adams of CTV

 

Spring Lunch is an annual fundraiser celebrating the importance of mentorship. Held each spring, this popular event features a distinguished keynote speaker and a personal story by a Little Sister or parent. This year, we are delighted to host a Harvard-trained psychiatrist, award-winning academic and #1 best selling author who routinely “prescribes” Big Sisters to many girls to help them achieve optimal health and well-being.

Don’t miss out on this year’s Spring Lunch.
You can make a difference for young girls ready to soar.

Tickets

$150 per Ticket

$1,500 for a Table of Ten

Reserve by March 19

for ticket information contact Christiann at 604-873-4525 ext. 321 or [email protected]

RESERVE TICKETS TODAY

#MentoringMatters     #SpringLunch2017

Unable to attend?

Please consider supporting a Big and Little Sister match by making a donation.

About Dr. Shimi Kang

This year, we are delighted to host Dr. Shimi Kang as our keynote speaker. Shimi is a Harvard-trained psychiatrist, award-winning academic and #1 best-selling author who “prescribes” Big Sisters to many girls to help them achieve optimal health and wellbeing. Shimi believes that mentoring has a powerful impact on the lives of young girls, mentors and our community as a whole—and our research proves it. Through her treatment, research, speaking and writing, Shimi has helped thousands of children, adolescents and adults move towards better health and more positive lives.

Shimi will speak about how mentoring, contributing, and connecting are among our most powerful antidepressants. The human brain is not only the most complex thing in the whole universe, but also the most individually unique. Despite this infinite range, there are a few key activities that will activate positive pathways no matter who you are. In this keynote, Dr. Shimi Kang will provide practical powerful “prescriptions” for health and well-being.

Want to Help Girls Soar to New Heights?

We have a selection of exciting sponsorship opportunities, including a corporate table sponsorship. Contact Julia Boyle by phone at 604-873-4525 ext. 317 or by email to learn more.

#SpringLunch2017

@BigSistersBCLM

#MentoringMatters

 

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