Monday, June 8, 2015
If You Wish For It
3rd Annual Princess and Pirates Tea fundraiser June 14 in Langley
By Samantha Brum, Children's Wish Foundation of Canada/Handout photo
Princesses last year at the popular tea event in Langley.
he Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada - BC & Yukon Chapter, is thrilled to present the 3rd Annual Princess & Pirates Tea Party on June 14th at the Coast Hotel & Convention Centre Langley.
The event invites families to enjoy an afternoon of high tea, tasty treats, and a variety of activities & entertainment, including a royal spa. This event is a perennial favorite amongst Children’s Wish supporters of all ages. Traditionally aimed at young princesses and their families, this year will feature an emphasis on the pirate-y side of things to entertain little princes. Among the guests of honor will be the Princess & Pirates Tea Party’s new swashbuckling mascot: Cap’n Andy.
Children’s Wish is partnering with generous donors who are working together to ensure all will have a swashbuckling good time! Local Langley business Everything but the Groom has generously sponsored a family to attend the event. By sponsoring the event, companies will play an important role in creating the magic of a wish for children living with high-risk life-threatening illnesses and their families. Sponsorships start at as little as $250.
“The Princess & Pirates Tea Party is one of our favourite fundraisers. Not only does it bring in the funds we need to continue to grant wishes, but it is just such a wonderful day. I love seeing all the little ones in their princess tiaras and pirate hats!” explained Jennifer Petersen, Director of the BC & Yukon chapter of Children’s Wish.
Join us for an adorable afternoon of everything princess and pirate to celebrate the magic of wishes.
About The Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada
Since it began in 1984, the uniquely Canadian, non-profit organization, has granted over 22,000 wishes to sick children and their families. Each year, The Children’s Wish Foundation works tirelessly to grant the most heartfelt wishes of children between the ages of 3 - 17 that have been diagnosed with a life threatening illness. Granting the wishes of sick kids increases their quality of life by giving them with a moment of joy, and a burning wish of hope to ease their pain. We truly believe wishes work wonders.
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