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Skechers Joins Forces with the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation

Skechers Awareness CollectionSKECHERS is coming to Vancouver this Saturday, October 18, 2014!

Partnering with the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation (CBCF), the Canadian division of SKECHERS launched their exciting cross-country breast cancer campaign this October 1st ,the official first date to the Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and SKECHERS is passionate about supporting the awareness.

Join SKECHERS’ breast cancer event this Saturday at the SKECHERS Shoes store on Robson Street, Vancouver. Expect a playful afternoon filled with fun attractions such as pink ribbon tattoos, face painting, live music and a fabric square initiative as a cute added touch.

EVENT DETAILS:

WHEN:  Saturday, October 18, 2014

WHERE:  SKECHERS – 1156 Robson St, Vancouver BC V6E 1B5, 604-899-0921

TIME: 12PM to 5PM

SKECHERS SPRINTS TOWARDS A CURE FOR BREAST CANCER IN 2014
Global Shoe Brand partners with Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation for Awareness Campaign The Canadian division of SKECHERS – the global shoe brand – is launching an exciting crosscountry breast cancer campaign this October, in partnership with the Canadian Breast Cancer
Foundation (CBCF). With Breast Cancer Awareness Month beginning on October 1st, SKECHERS is looking to support and leave its own mark with the brand’s own signature events in the provinces of Ontario, Quebec, and British Columbia.

The runners and walking shoe styles sporting the Breast Cancer Awareness month signature colour will be available for purchase throughout the month of October, with 10% of the proceeds being donated to the CBCF.

The event will include a pink fabric square initiative, where all SKECHERS customers will be able to write an inspirational note on each square, which will be sewn into a quilt and donated to a charity. In addition, there will be pink ribbon tattoo and face painting stations, complete with a live band playing.

Feed Ur SoL Hosted by Chef Abdel Elatouabi of SoL Sun Belt Cookery

PrintChef Abdel Elatouabi invites you to come down to SoL Sun Belt Cookery the afternoon of Sunday, October 6th  to Feed Ur SoL – Sounds pretty tasty! GLV

Tickets Include:

Moroccan BBQ

Live Music 

Noon – till fiveish…

Your $35 ticket includes

  • Moroccan Salads
  • Kasbah Wild Salmon
  • Saffron Chicken Kebab
  • Homemade Merguez Sausages
  • Succulent Lamb on the Spit
  • Moroccan Mint Tea

The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation is close to the heart of SoL’s family.  We would like to take one day to celebrate the advances in Breast Cancer research and raise awareness for the importance of early detection – all while enjoying a great day with friends old and new.

Blue Mountain Winery Pairs with Wickaninnish Inn to Offer Pink Vacation Package

Blue Mountain Vineyard and Cellars is pleased to announce that it is partnering with Tofino’s Wickaninnish Inn to offer a Packaged in Pink vacation special to those affected by, and fighting against, breast cancer.  The offer is available through the month of October 2011.  Partial proceeds from every package sold will be donated to the BC-Yukon chapter of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.

The Packaged in Pink offer includes one night’s accommodation at the Wickaninnish Inn, a bottle of Blue Mountain 2007 Brut Rosé, a $100 Ancient Cedars spa credit, and more.  Please visit http://www.wickinn.com/promotions.html#PackagedinPinkfor details.

The Blue Mountain 2007 Brut Rosé will also be featured in the dining room by the glass.

Packaged in Pink

With the help of Okanagan Falls BC’s Blue Mountain Vineyards, we’re thrilled to offer this special October package in celebration of those affected by – and fighting against – breast cancer. For every package sold, partial proceeds will be donated to the BC-Yukon chapter of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. Cheers to your health!

The Packaged in Pink vacation package includes:

  • One night’s accommodation for two in your preferred room type,
  • One bottle of Blue Mountain Brut Rosé 2007,
  • Ancient Cedars Spa credit of $100.00 towards spa retail products or a treatment of your choice,
  • Complimentary valet parking,
  • Please note that rates vary with seasonality, and are based on double occupancy.
  • This package with deluxe room accommodations ranges from $549.39 to $640.79
  • This package with suite accommodations ranges from $686.48 to $1,126.31
  • Package is available October 1st – 31st, 2011, excluding Canadian Thanksgiving (October 7th – 9th, 2011) and Premiere Rooms.

Safeway partners with Ricardo

Launches Annual Campaign in support of The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation

Canada Safeway is pleased to partner with Food Network celebrity Chef Ricardo to launch Safeway’s annual October fundraising campaign in support of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation (CBCF).

This unique partnership was inspired by Safeway’s longstanding relationship with CBCF and Ricardo’s personal connection to the cause, as his wife is a Breast Cancer survivor. During the campaign, Canada Safeway customers are invited to make a donation at the check stand when shopping at their local Safeway. When a donation of $2.00 is made, customers receive a limited edition “Eating Well” booklet featuring recipes from Ricardo or a coupon for Safeway products including the new Open Nature Ice Cream and Salad Dressing. Ricardo and Safeway have also dedicated 10% of the sales of the Ricardo cookware line to CBCF during the month of October.

Over $8 million has been raised for CBCF by Canada Safeway during the past nine years that has helped to create research projects that are bringing treatments to patients more quickly and efficiently. The funds are also used to bolster one of the most critical aspects of breast cancer treatment – early detection.

“Medical science in the fight against breast cancer has come a long way in the past decade. We’re glad that we could be a part of the evolution and honoured that our efforts have helped save lives,” saidChuck Mulvenna, President and Chief Operating Officer for Canada Safeway. “The encouraging research results and the utilization of services to aid in early detection are proof of the power of partnerships between businesses and medical science.”

Safeway employees are known for their enthusiasm and support which make all of this possible. During the campaign, stores and employees are decked out in pink decoration and attire. Employees often volunteer their time, plan special events in the community and utilize their talents to raise money for the cause.

Safeway’s Breast Cancer Awareness fundraiser is the second of two annual cancer campaigns. Each June Safeway raises money to combat prostate cancer, one of the most prevalent forms of cancer in men. To date, the company has raised more than $15 million for cancer causes. Canada Safeway also contributes to a broad range of charitable and community programs and in 2010 donated more than $24 million to hunger relief, health and human services and programs focused on assisting people with disabilities.

About Safeway (Safeway.ca)

Canada Safeway, a wholly owned subsidiary of Safeway Inc. operates 224 stores acrossWestern Canada. Safeway Inc. is a Fortune 100 company and one of the largest food and drug retailers inNorth Americabased on sales. Safeway Inc. operates 1,694 stores in theUnited StatesandCanadaand had annual sales of $41 billion in 2010. The company’s common stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol SWY.

The Breast Party Ever!

Do polyester, rayon, and roller skates get you going? Tired of staying in to watch to Saturday Night Live… every Saturday night?

If this sounds like you, you’re in luck….. October 23, 2010 at 8 PM kicks off  the breast-er-best party this side of the dark side of the moon.

The Breast 70s Disco Party Ever is the second annual breast cancer fundraiser by Justa Handful Fundraisers. Event proceeds benefit the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.

The more gold lamé, sequins, polyester, rayon, platforms, the better: you will have a hard time fitting in without at least three of the above mentioned materials (though we promise we won’t make fun of you to your face).

If you’re a little concerned about the tightness of your disco pants or the size of your hoop earrings, drinks will be reduced to prices from 1973 so you don’t worry too much for too long.

Buy your tickets now for only $10.00, or risk paying $15.00 at the door!

TO NOTE:

  • This event is CASH ONLY, so come prepared!
  • Venue is located not far from the Cambie Street Canada Line station, is easily accessible by bus, and is a short cab ride from downtown Vancouver.
  • Limousine arrival is encouraged.
  • Disco never died.

Oh, and in case you aren’t convinced… we are giving away a weekend at the Chateau Fairmont in Whistler to one lucky disco king or queen. Be there!

De Dutch supports Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation – Feb. 16

De Dutch Pannekoek House Restaurants Inc. is delighted to host SHROVE Pannekoek TUESDAY, its 13th annual fundraising celebration in support of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, BC/Yukon Region on Tuesday, February 16th, 2010 at all 18 De Dutch locations.  To maximize the opportunity for fun and fundraising, all locations will be open for extended hours until 8 pm.

Throughout this day at all stores, two dollars from every Pannekoek sold will be contributed to help support the fight against breast cancer with BC proceeds going to the BC/Yukon Region.  As well, select restaurants will be featuring additional opportunities specifically for their community to raise additional funds. 

The13th annual SHROVE Pannekoek TUESDAY is proudly sponsored by English Bay Blending.

Shrove Tuesday is a time of universal feasting, fun and celebration. Celebrated annually all over the world, it is also known as Mardi Gras (“fat Tuesday” in French), Carnival (from the Latin “farewell to the flesh”) and Fastnacht (the Germanic “night of the fast”).  But it also has a more popular name – Pancake Tuesday.  The English community celebrates this day by preparing pancakes, traditionally to enable households to use up rich ingredients like butter and eggs before the Lenten fast.  It is the natural time of year for De Dutch, whose signature dish is the Pannekoek – a Dutch-style pancake – to celebrate and give back to the community. 

pan_ne_koek (pãn-ne-kõõk), n. genuine Dutch pancake, tasting similar to the traditional North American pancake and is slightly thicker than a crepe. It has a circumference of 37″, a diameter of 12″ and if you cut it into square inch pieces you will enjoy 113 bites. Simply delightful any way you like, but the customary way is to roll it up and cut off bite-size pieces. Served in over 50 combinations of both sweet and savoury mouth-watering ingredients, Pannekoeken are guaranteed to satisfy every type of craving!

The thirty-five year old De Dutch franchise with 18 locations in BC’s Lower Mainland, Vancouver Island, Fraser Valley, Okanagan, and Cariboo has successfully carved a niche in the competitive food service industry. While offering dinner at its Strawberry Hill location, De Dutch Pannekoek House specializes in breakfast, brunch and lunch, offering their customers a unique blend of European ethnicity in its menu items.  The Pannekoek, a 12″ in diameter Dutch-style pancake, is their signature dish and continues to draw loyal customers.  www.dedutch.com

Irashai Grill Presents A Future Without Breast Cancer

On Thursday, October 29, 2009 Irashai Grill invites you to help the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation reach their goal of “A Future Without Breast Cancer”. Guests will enjoy a casual evening of delectable hors d’oeuvres from Irashai Grill, a tasting of award winning wines from Therapy Vineyards, and handcrafted chocolates from Mink Chocolates Inc. to benefit the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, BC/Yukon Chapter.

As “Breast Cancer Awareness Month”, October is a month to build awareness and pay tribute to those affected by this disease. The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation is the leading national volunteer-based organization in Canada dedicated to creating a future without breast cancer. Community event support, such as this, plays an integral role among the various fundraising initiatives which have enabled the

Foundation to allocate millions of dollars in grants for breast cancer projects and services.

We hope you will indulge your senses and join us on this evening of savory hors d’oeuvres, fine wine, and artisan chocolates to help the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation reach its goal of “A Future Without Breast Cancer”.

A Future Without Breast Cancer
Thursday, October 29, 2009
6:30pm – 9:00pm
$35 per person in advance, $40 per person at the door

Tickets available by phone 604-565-0728 or email info@irashaigrill.com

Irashai Grill
1368 West Pender Street
Vancouver, BC

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4th Annual ~ Prêt-A-Pour-Tea ~ High Tea & High Fashion Fundraising Event for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation,

This year, the 4th Annual ~ Prêt-A-Pour-Tea ~ High Tea & High Fashion Fundraising Event for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, BC/Yukon Region (CBCF) will be at Season’s in the Park Restaurant. Poised at the peak of Queen Elizabeth Park, this glass-wrapped restaurant offers stunning views of Vancouver’s city skyline, North Shore Mountains and Pacific Ocean.  This year’s event will feature a “Mad Hatter Tea Party” theme and see prizes awarded for the best hats!

On Tuesday, October 20th, 2009 230 fabulous women will join us for an afternoon of Champagne, High Tea, fabulous fashion and superb shopping in our “Pret-A-Pour-Tea Silent Auction” all for a great cause.  Our 2009 fundraising goal is a $20,000 donation to the CBCF from this glorious “Girl’s Afternoon Out”.  The money raised will be donated to the CBCF to help advance breast cancer detection, treatment and cure, creating a future without breast cancer.

This year’s event features fantastic & highly wearable fashion, modeled by Carrie Wheeler Entertainment Group Models, wearing clothing from Blush Occasions, Lela Designs, Obakki and Wear Else. Season’s makes the ideal setting for this day of Vancouver Fashion, in a tea-room style show, with Segura Viuda’s Brut Rose “bubbly” followed by fine tea, a selection of savory sandwiches, scrumptious scones and melt in your mouth desserts prepared specially for us by Season’s Chef James “Buddy” Wolfe.  MC’s and co-hosts for the afternoon are ever popular, CTV’s, Tamara Taggart, and Television Host and Actress, Nicole Oliver.

Feedback from our 2008 guests and sponsors was overwhelming with praise~from the beautiful setting at Season’s in the Park to the fabulous fashions provided by amazing women entrepreneurs, to the delightful & very special tea service provided by the Urban Tea Merchant to the laughs & fun with Hot Pink “Roa’s Boas” feather boas grand prize draws!

Early Bird Tickets are $99+gst until Sept 18th.  Regular ticket price is $125+ gst after that date.  Tables are selling fast.

If you would like to purchase a table or donate a Silent Auction item please contact us at:tammy@askawomanenterprises.com or 604-742-0453.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Tammy Preast   778.552.1301

Sharon Chan-Knight     604.328.2327

partners ~ Ask a Woman Events

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Hamilton Street Grill pairs rose with scallops for Breast Cancer Fundraiser

PINK IS THE COLOUR OF SHOPPING

On Friday, July 17th, 2009 from 3pm to 9pm a normal shopping day will become a real event. The Yaletown Summer Shopathon offers six hours of hot summer fashions, wicked discounts & specials from over 40 stores with awesome prizes, cool cocktails and drinks. As Vancouver’s trendy and swank warehouse district, Yaletown is the destination for getting the vibe on what is happening in fashion, furnishings, home essentials and design.

And what goes great with shopping, why food and wine of course! And what goes great with a little indulgence, why supporting a worthy cause of course! At anytime during your Yaletown shopping marathon, stop a moment, take a seat on the patio and indulge in a special pairing, designed by Neil Wyles of Hamilton Street Grill just for this event.

A chilled glass of Township 7 Rosé paired with an appetizer of seared sea scallops over a bed of celeriac puree and doing something good at the same time? Wonderful idea! Hamilton Street Grill offers this combination of great wine and food for just $10 and donates half of that, $5, to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. The Township 7 Rosé is a perfect summer wine with appealing strawberry, raspberry and rhubarb aromas and is the perfect pairing for BC fresh seafood.

Not only home to some of the city’s hip fashion and design shops, Yaletown’s old loading docks create a unique setting for many outdoor patios and excellent restaurants and bars. This perfect symbiosis makes Yaletown Vancouver’s style destination and every shopping trip a great experience. To round out the event world famous DJ Marques Wyatt will be playing at 1000 block of Mainland. That’s a real Hot Friday!

Shopping at the Yaletown Summer Shopathon, drinking, eating and relaxing at the Hamilton Street Grill and listening to the sound of DJ Marques Wyatt – that means a perfect summer day in Yaletown.

Stores include Fine Finds, EQ3, Marimekko, Mavi Jeans, is.Salon, Blo, The Cross Decor & Design, Global Atomic, Boudoir, Skoah, SKU Clothing, Gateau Lingerie and Lola Home & Apparel.

Hamilton Street Grill
1009 Hamilton Street, Yaletown
Vancouver, BC 604-331-1511

Reservations and information at www.hamiltonstreetgrill.com

Shopathon
http://shopyaletown.wordpress.com/
Yaletown Business Improvement Association
www.yaletowninfo.com/
Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation
www.cbcf.org/
Yaletown Parking
www.yaletowninfo.com/pdf/Yaletown_parking.pdf

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