Wing Ding 2017

 
 

What is The Wing Ding?

The Wing Ding is the annual summer fundraising dinner for Streets Alive Mission.

This is the 3rd year we’ve hosted the Wing Ding, and previous to that it was known as The Chicken Run Dinner.

Wing Ding 2017
Tuesday, July 18, 2017
Enmax Centre Lounge (upstairs)
Doors open @ 5:30 p.m. Dinner 6:00 p.m.

What happens at The Wing Ding?

The Wing Ding includes a sit-down dinner, refreshments, and dessert, for starters.

Ryan Mennie from 94.1 CJOC radio will be our emcee for the event! Throughout the evening there will be lots of fun with entertainment, games, and our “Auction with a Twist”.

This year the Wing Ding is specifically supporting two particular Mission programs – The PIN (People In Need) Bank and Trusteeships – so we’ll also be sharing about these vital ministries.

You will be sure to enjoy this evening of fun and information, and also be able to contribute toward the programs at Streets Alive Mission.

How does The Wing Ding help Streets Alive Mission?

Marie McLennan, Associate Director of Philanthropy says,

“The Wing Ding is a vital fundraiser for the Mission this year.

Clothing donations are important and appreciated, but due to the overwhelming demand this spring, the financial support generated at the Wing Ding is critical for our programs.

Apart from being a fun night out, it’s also a great way for you or your business to get connected in the community and support a local charity.”

 

Who Can Come to The Wing Ding?

Everyone is welcome!

If you are familiar with the Mission, bring someone who isn’t!

Buy a whole table of tickets! Bring your staff, your family, your neighbors, etc!

 

Join us for The Wing Ding!

Tickets are still available for The 2017 Wing Ding.

Ticket Price: $40 per person
(includes dinner, refreshments, dessert, and entertainment)

Tickets are available from Marie: by phone (403) 320-1159; at the Streets Alive Mission office (323 – 4 Street S); or by email marie@streetsalive.ca.

 

Come to The Wing Ding to learn about and show your support for the many life-recovery programs at Streets Alive. 

Wing Ding 2017

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