Lead singer of Loverboy,
along with an all-star band!
The ARThritis Soirée
The ARThritis Soirée is an evening that brings together the city’s business and community leaders, philanthropists, doctors, scientists, healthcare professionals, and those who share an appreciation of art and a desire to support arthritis research.
Research has shown that art adds to one’s well-being and is therefore a great element in managing chronic diseases on a holistic level. Each year, a different art form is featured to add an extra factor of excitement and depth to the Soirée.
Arthritis Research Canada is thrilled that Mike Reno, lead singer of Loverboy, along with an all-star band, will give an up close and personal performance that is sure to include some of Loverboy’s greatest hits.
Guests will join dynamic co-hosts, Fred Lee and Sonia Deol, for a fabulous evening of…
- Gourmet hors d’oeuvres, champagne, and wonderful BC wines from Painted Rock Estate Winery and Poplar Grove Winery
- A legendary oyster bar, compliments of Coast Restaurant, and Northern Divine’s sumptuous caviar bar
- Our exclusive raffle, and live and silent auctions
- Valet parking and a partial tax receipt
Please support life-changing arthritis research!
THERE ARE MORE THAN 100 TYPES OF ARTHRITIS
Arthritis Research Canada
In its 100 forms, arthritis is the most costly chronic disease and the number one cause of work disability in Canada. The number of Canadians affected by arthritis is over 6 million, including more than 800,000 British Columbians. Arthritis Research Canada is committed to leading research, finding answers and saving lives. Our mission is to transform the lives of people living with arthritis through research and engagement and, our vision is a future where research-based services, tools and knowledge empower people living with arthritis to triumph over pain and disability.
Arthritis Research Canada is the largest arthritis research organization in North America with centres in British Columbia, Alberta and Quebec. With a dedicated team of more than 100 research scientists, assistants, and trainees, Arthritis Research Canada’s work in arthritis prevention, early diagnosis and treatment, and quality of life issues is internationally recognized. Arthritis Research Canada’s patient-driven research is reducing the burden of arthritis and providing people with arthritis more timely and cost-effective solutions to address their healthcare needs, right now.
Make arthritis research a priority!
For more information and to learn how you can make a difference, visit Arthritis Research Canada.