The Cerebral Palsy Association of BC’s 2nd Annual Life Without Limits Gala
Campbell, Renaud Trial Lawyers is pleased to be a Presenting Sponsor, along with Scotiabank, of the 2nd Annual Cerebral Palsy Association of British Columbia’s Life Without Limits Gala. The event will be held on Thursday, March 3, 2016 at the Best Western Plus Chateau Granville Hotel & Suites in Vancouver. A limited number of tickets are still available.
The firm’s involvement with the Cerebral Palsy Association dates back fifteen years to when the CPABC was located in New Westminster. As CBABC Board Member, Don Renaud facilitated the CP Association’s move to its current Granville Street location in Downtown Vancouver in 2006 and has continued his support over the last decade as a volunteer adviser and benefactor.
The team at Campbell, Renaud encourages BC residents, with and without cerebral palsy, to connect with the CP Association. The CPABC occupies a significant position within the disability community in British Columbia, from advocacy and education to outreach and community services. Under the leadership of President Andy Yu (2012 – present), it has been able to offer a growing number of public programs each year, such as the Life Without Limits Art Group, as well as the launch of the annual gala.
The March gala is a fantastic excuse to celebrate one of the Lower Mainland’s most dynamic communities. This year, the opening remarks will be delivered by the Honourable Carla Qualtrough, Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities, and emceed by Zahra Alani (CTV Vancouver). Neuroscientist Dr. Ryan D’Arcy, BC Leadership Chair in Medical Technologies and Professor of Applied Sciences at Simon Fraser University, is the evening’s keynote speaker.
For more information: Life Without Limits Gala
When: Thursday, March 3, 2016 from 6 to 9pm
Where: Best Western Plus Chateau Granville Hotel & Suites – 1100 Granville Street, Vancouver [MAP]
Why: To celebrate the Cerebral Palsy Association of BC and to support its mission of creating meaningful opportunities that contribute to the social well-being, personal development and independence of people living with cerebral palsy in BC.
(Posted February 23, 2016)