A Night of Miracles
4th annual A Night of Miracles Gala raises over $350,000 for BC Children’s Hospital
Over 400 guests attended BC Children’s Hospital Foundation’s A Night of Miracles gala on Saturday October 13 held at the Vancouver Marriott Pinnacle Downtown raising more than $350,000 to support the construction of a new BC Children’s Hospital.
In four years, A Night of Miracles, the South Asian community’s only black-tie gala, has raised over $1 million in support of BC Children’s Hospital. Proceeds from this year’s gala and last have gone toward the South Asian community’s pledge to raise $3 million over five years to support the hospital’s Campaign for BC Children, and specifically the construction of an interventional radiology room in the new hospital.
The Campaign for BC Children is the largest health-care fundraising initiative to ever take place in this province. With a goal of $200 million, it is an opportunity to create a legacy for BC's children and for children around the world. For more information, visit beasuperhero.ca.
The gala was emceed by Global BC TV’s Aaron McArthur and presented once again by co-sponosrs Fasken Martineau and RBC Royal Bank with additional support from other sponsors. Dinner was created by executive chef Frank Gort in collaboration with Vikram Vij of Vij’s Restaurant. The evening featured a performance by acrobat Amanda Shatzko and guests danced to the South Asian tracks of DJ MiB Roadshow.