Join Dress for Success Vancouver (“DFSV”) at their 10th annual Success Luncheon on November 2nd. Presented by BlueShore Financial, this event supports Dress for Success Vancouver’s work to empower women into good jobs, financial independence and personal success.
The theme of the 10th Luncheon is full circle, representing the thousands of women that began their journey with Dress for Success and now continue to empower other women into the workforce.
Success Luncheon with Dress for Success Vancouver
- When: Wednesday November 2, 2022 10:30am to 2:30pm
- Where: Fairmont Waterfront (900 Canada Place, Vancouver)
- Tickets: Individual tickets $225; Tables of ten $2,250
This annual Luncheon celebrates the Dress for Success Vancouver community of sponsors, supporters, ambassadors and champions. The event is hosted by CBC’s Michelle Eliot and includes featured guest Dress for Success CEO, Michele C. Meyer-Shipp, as well as DFSV Executive Director and Chair of the Dress for Success Canada Foundation, Amy Robichaud.
The 2023 Inspiration Award winner, Silvia Ivanov, will be acknowledged and will share her journey through Dress for Success Vancouver programming and her passion for continuing to give back to the community through her career and volunteer work.
The popular Market Hall returns with a shopping experience featuring jewelry, luxury fashion, home goods and gifts by local, women-owned retailers. In addition to lunch, the featured guest keynote and award presentation, guests will be invited to enjoy the silent auction and wall of wine fundraiser, have a professional headshot taken and purchase raffle tickets to win a variety of local and luxury prizes and experiences.
Dress for Success Vancouver is a registered charity committed to empowering women in our community into employment, financial independence, and personal success. An affiliate of the international organization, Dress for Success, DFSV was established in 1999 as the first international affiliate and has served over 39,000 women in the Lower Mainland. Based on the median income for women from the 2016 City of Vancouver Census data, that is a potential economic engine of almost $1 billion. The Success Luncheon celebrates the community that has built Dress for Success Vancouver from a grassroots organization to a leader in the economic empowerment of women.