Spring of 2023 marks the return of the biggest cancer fundraising soirée in Canada. It’s under the symbol of light – Lumissima – where each beam inspires life, renewal and hope that the Canadian Cancer Society’s 30th annual Daffodil Ball will bloom on Thursday, April 20 at Montreal Windsor Station.
Named after the yellow flower emblematic of the Canadian Cancer Society, the Daffodil Ball has, over the years, become an annual must-attend event for Montreal’s movers and shakers. In a bright and spectacular décor inspired by a theme that changes every year, over 500 guests enjoy food, drink, dancing and entertainers.
With the 30th edition chaired by Andrea Seale, CEO of the Canadian Cancer Society, and co-hosted by Isabelle Racicot and Claudia Marques; the Daffodil Ball rallies business leaders and raised more than $41.2 million net since its inception in 1994. These donations make a huge impact on the lives of people affected by cancer. This year, the money raised will be invested in in research, as well as in cancer prevention and support programs in Quebec.
What should you expect for this glowing 30th edition? A new circus act that was specifically created for this special occasion, musical performances by popular and beloved Quebec artists, an inspiring and enlightening testimonial from a cancer survivor, and much more.
There are different ways to support the Daffodil Ball campaign: You can donate online on www.daffodilball.ca, make a major gift by phone or email, or, better yet, attend the Ball by buying one of the special table packages. So, either way, we encourage you to show some love to this important cause!
Here is what you need to know about Daffodil Ball 2023
Date: Thursday, April 20 | Cocktail reception 6:45PM Dinner 8PM
Location: Windsor Station | 1100 Avenue des Canadiens-de-Montréal, Montreal, QC H3C 2H8
Contact: For table purchase and major gifts firstname.lastname@example.org
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