LET’S BOND | Your Mission: Attend a Grand Urban Ball for a Good Cause
Let’s Bond invites you to its Urban Ball, an annual fundraising gala for mental health, which will take place on Friday, October 18, at the majestic Le Salon 1861, in Montreal’s Griffintown neighborhood. All funds raised will be donated to the Fondation Jeunes en Tête and the Douglas Foundation.
Doors will open at 9:30PM and guests will be transported to an extraordinary and entertaining experience, in a magical decor and a very festive ambiance.
Canapés prepared by Montreal’s leading restaurants and a high-end open bar experience will be offered for the entirety of the night.
So it’s your opportunity to go all out by wearing Bond-style outfits — from the subtle to the glamorous — for this promising evening!
Let’s Bond is a Montreal collective of young professionals creating unforgettable events — like the Urban Ball and In Style with Holt — and dialogue around mental illness. Since 2011, Let’s Bond has raised over $1,390,000 to support local mental health outreach programs and research. Why? Because it affects 1 of 6 person in Quebec and falls on anyone without warning at any time. Therefore, Let’s Bond wants us to come together to overcome the taboos surrounding mental illness and improve quality of life of sufferers and their families.
So join the cause and make this Let’s Bond event an unforgettable success!
Here is what you need to know about Urban Ball LET’S BOND 2019:
Date: Friday, October 18
Time: 9:30PM — 3AM
Location: Le Salon 1861 | 550 Richmond St, Montreal, QC H3J 1V3
Tickets: eventbrite.ca A tax receipt will be issued in the name of the individual making the transaction.
Dress Code: All guests must be dressed in formal attire, ideally Bond-style outfits, to be allowed access to the ball. Ladies, take advantage of a 15% discount on your dress rental at La Petite Robe Noire by mentioning the password “Let’s Bond”.
Website: letsbond.ca | Facebook: @Lets.Bond | Instagram: @lets_bond | Twitter: @Lets_Bond
Photos credit: Jeff Malo
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