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Give Share a hand with its IMAGINE fundraiser

Share Family and Community Services is looking for volunteers to help out with its upcoming IMAGINE fundraising gala. - FILE
Share Family and Community Services is looking for volunteers to help out with its upcoming IMAGINE fundraising gala.
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Share Family and Community Services is looking for volunteers for its biggest fundraiser of the year.

The annual Imagine gala, which takes place March 9 at the Red Robinson Show Theatre at Coquitlam's Boulevard Casino, is expected to raise more than $100,000 to support Share's programs and services.

As many as 40 volunteers are needed to help in a variety of areas:

• ambassadors;

• auction (live and silent);

• ballroom maintenance;

• runners;

• raffle ticket sales;

• restaurant/venue liaison.

Volunteers must be 19 years and older.

The Imagine Gala is a night of food tastings, entertainment and mingling. This year's culinary line-up is: Back Stage Grille, Christine Catering Company, Joey Coquitlam, Luscious Creations, Mr. Mike’s Steakhouse and Bar, Sammy J’s Grill and Bar Coquitlam, White Spot Restaurants, and Wilbur and Sabastian’s Smokehouse and Bistro. The Underground Circus will be on stage dazzling the crowd with a new, performance.

To volunteer, contact Heather Stacey at 604-529-5107 or healther.stacey@sharesociety.ca.

 

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