Teacher's Appreciation Gala - Surrey/Delta/Langley
|At||Chandos Pattison Auditorium|
|County||Canada @ (CA)|
Chandos Pattison Auditorium
Canada @ (CA)
This event is FREE. Teachers and school staff are welcome to bring a guest. The Teacher’s Appreciation Gala is an elegant intersection of philanthropy, encouraging the arts, education, and support for the teachers who teach our underprivileged youth that have the potential to shape our beautiful city. HCMC will be hosting this event to thank the teachers in our communities and for the work that they do for our children. Teachers have an incredible impact on our children during their school years. To students, they are the second line of positive life impact after their parents and families. They give their all to provide a safe place for children to learn, play, and grow. They are the second line of positive life impact after parents and families. They help teach our kids good manners, teach them character and help turn them in to pre-secondary school scholars.
The Gala supports teachers and supports emerging artists and celebrates the diverse beauty of the city we live and do business. The event will showcase jazz, opera, ballet, and speeches from the founder of HCMC along with a few messages from members of our community who have been inspired by their teachers. We would love to see you and a guest of your choice at this event. We also encourage you to share this invitation with fellow teachers in the community (Surrey, Langley, Delta). Date: Saturday, April 14th 2018 Time: 8:00PM Doors open at 7:00PM Location: Chandos Pattison Auditorium 10238 168th Street, Surrey, B.C. Ticke ts: FREE **TEACHERS and a guest** RSVP at our Eventbrite Page 'Teacher's Appreciation Gala - Surrey/Delta/Langley' Dress code: Formal/Black Tie Attire There will be limited seating.
About HCMC The foremost and most widely known event that HCMC hosts is the Little Black Dress Gala, with youth and women as the primary focus of the gala. HCMC provides mentorship programs to at-risk youth in schools, teaching them how to care for one another within their school context, and gives direction to troubled and underprivileged youth in the Vancouver community by helping them find employment. We teach the youth that they have gifts and abilities that allow them to impact their own lives and the community that they live in. HCMC also gives post-secondary bursaries to youth who have overcome challenging circumstances and want to go on to pursue higher education. To learn more about HCMC, visit helpchangemycity.ca