Archive of posts tagged "non-profit"

Dine Above the Stars in Support of A Loving Spoonful

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There are so many places from where you can catch the Celebration of Light fireworks in Vancouver. From a blanket at Vanier Park, a bench near Jericho Beach, on the grass at English Bay, or a patio if you’re lucky enough to get a reservation. This year there’s another option that will not only give […]

LACE Campaign’s Laughing it Off for the Underwear Affair

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The BC Cancer Foundation’s Underwear Affair takes place July 11th as individuals and teams get ready to strip down for the cause. One team comprised of women is hosting a fundraiser to support their overall group efforts for the run. Team LACE Up, a part of the LACE campaign (Live Aware, Create Empowerment) has a […]

Caramel Hat Trick for a Cause

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A few month ago I was invited to attend Bloggerpalooza at Ben & Jerry’s headquarters in Vermont. It was a whirlwind tour filled with chocolate chunks, raspberry swirls, and my first-ever Vermonster experience. It was at that time that I found out about a uniquely Canadian flavour that was about to launch called Caramel Hat […]

Grind for Shelter 2010

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Today Sebastian Albrecht will attempt to complete the Grouse Grind 14 times with the hopes of raising funds and awareness for the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation. Photo credit: michaelgruenewald on Flickr Albrecht completed 13 ascents last year and raised close to $10,000. This year during the Grind for Shelter he going for 14 ascents and […]

Pull Focus Non-Profit Film School

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This summer Pull Focus, an independent Gastown-based non-profit film school, will be partnering aspiring filmmakers and non-profit organizations as a part of their filmmaking for social change program. Rhino Neal Those interested in filmmaking can take one of five summer courses to learn everything from the basics of editing to producing documentaries. Students are not […]