Join an immersive virtual wine experience in support of Big Sisters of BC Lower Mainland as the GrapeJuice Wine Auction and Tasting goes online this year. Enjoy the online program, along with tasty local grazing boards, while you bid on rare wine finds and raise much needed funds for Big Sisters BCLM.
GrapeJuice Wine Auction and Tasting
- When: Thursday May 6, 2021 from 5:30pm to 6:30pm
- Where: Online
- Tickets: Tickets are $50 (book online here) for access to the virtual program, and packages start at $135.
- Each package includes event and auction access, a Ready-to-Assemble Grazing Board from Legends Haul and fun wine swag.
This event also offers an opportunity for wine aficionados and amateurs alike to sip unique wines presented by local wine legend DJ Kearney, Select Wines top wine ambassador Samantha Rahn and Mission Hill winemaker Corrie Krehbiel. There will be a unique auction featuring collectable and hard to find wines as well as grazing boards from Legends Haul. Enjoy all the evening has to offer while supporting Big Sisters and the 800+ youth they serve in our community facing increased challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Guests will have the chance to hear about the importance of mentorship in the lives of young people in our community and participate in a live telethon opportunity to sponsor a Big and Little Sister match and have a lasting impact on a child’s life.
Over GrapeJuice’s 13-year history, they have raised over $1,000,000 to support Big Sisters’ mentoring programs. Founded in 2007 by Sarah McNeill and Cheryl Nakamoto of McNeill Nakamoto Recruitment Group and Cameron McNeill of MLA Canada , this event has traditionally been exclusive to a small audience. With the transition to a virtual platform, the event is now open to all wine lovers.
Since 1960, Big Sisters of BC Lower Mainland has been changing the course of young lives by igniting the inherent potential of the girls they support. Big Sisters is doing its most important work right now. The youth they serve are among the hardest hit by the social, financial and educational impacts of the pandemic with many coming from low-income and immigrant families. A positive mentoring relationship gives these youth a chance to realize their full potential despite the adversities they face. This relationship helps build resilience so youth can face challenges today and in the future, ensuring that all have the opportunity to reach their full potential
Miss604 is a proud media sponsor of the GrapeJuice Wine Auction and Tasting