Wednesday, November 27, 2019
Four Seasons Hotel
60 Yorkville Ave,
Toronto, ON M4W 0A4
Tickets and Tables are sold out.
You can still donate to the Becoming Family campaign.
On Wednesday, November 27, 2019, Bloor Street Entertains brought together the city’s finest culinary masters, luxury retailers, and creative florists to host a beautiful evening for guests and raise money towards ending the HIV epidemic in Canada.
Bloor Street Entertains is Canada’s largest fundraising gala in support of HIV innovative research. Our goal is to deliver a world class event, which raises funds and awareness for this important cause and to ultimately reduce the number of new HIV infections in the country.
Throughout the evening, guests have the opportunity to bid in our prestigious online Silent Auction at CANFARAUCTION.COM.
Featuring luxurious packages and experiences at prices you won’t want to miss, all proceeds support ending the HIV epidemic in Canada.
The evening began with cocktail receptions hosted by some of Bloor-Yorkville’s most esteemed retailers. Guests were treated to a four-course dining experience, with tablescapes carefully crafted by Toronto’s most prolific floral and décor experts.
The night culminated with the After Party. Guests danced, socialized, and enjoyed a drink from the host bar in the beautiful Four Seasons Hotel Toronto. We hope you enjoyed the festivities alongside Toronto’s most esteemed business, fashion and philanthropic leaders.
Becoming Family is the theme of 2019’s Bloor Street Entertains.
The Bloor Street Entertains family is comprised of our guests and patrons, sponsors, volunteers, venue partners, CANFAR ambassadors and more – in 2019, we highlighted your contribution and reminded the community that our common goal of ending the HIV epidemic in Canada needs to remain a priority.
Your contribution to the Bloor Street Entertains Campaign will help support innovative HIV/AIDS research beyond the night of the event and help CANFAR reach the goal of ending the HIV epidemic in Canada. #BecomingFamily #BSE2019
Choose from any itinerary offered worldwide with Crystal Ocean Cruises, on any sailing up to 14 days. Enjoy a Penthouse with Verandah (PH) and your own Personal Butler Service (value: $46,000). Begin your adventure in style by flying to your port city via two (2) roundtrip First Class tickets for travel from Canada to USA – anywhere Delta Air Lines flies (value: $3,160 taxes included). With port taxes included and an additional $1,000 amenity credit to be spent as you wish, this will surely be a journey you will never forget.
*Subject to terms and conditions.
Total value: $49,160
Purchase tickets in-person on Wednesday, November 27, 2019 at Bloor Street Entertains.
$100 per ticket | $250 for three (3) tickets
*1,000 tickets printed
Lottery Licence No. M810351
Winner to be drawn at:
Four Seasons Hotel Toronto
60 Yorkville Ave, Toronto, ON M4W 0A4
Wednesday, November 27, 2019 | 11:00 PM
The sailing does not include the following for either guest: Security and handling charges; airfare, airport transfers; travel insurance, shore excursions or any on board expense not included in the cruise fare (spa services, boutique purchased, gambling, etc.) Will be confirmed no sooner than 60 days prior to sailing. Must travel before December 31, 2020. This cruise is not redeemable or cash value or value toward a longer cruise or Crystal Society Rewards, Recognition, Savings or Benefits and is non-transferable and non-commissionable. Confirmation of sailing and suite is subject to availability.
The vouchers that you have been awarded are not endorsable to another airline and have no cash value. The vouchers are subject to booking class availability, considerable advanced booking required. Maximum value of $3,000. Applicable taxes and fees will be paid by CANFAR for a total of $160. The vouchers must be redeemed for your air ticket(s) within one year from the date the voucher is issued. These vouchers will expire on October 8, 2020. No extension can be granted beyond this date.
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