In just over a month we will be hosting our 9th annual Pairings with Pulford fundraiser at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. The event will be a wine, craft beer and whisky tasting event with appetizers and a poutine bar. This event will help us fund the purchase and renovation of a fully wheelchair accessible home for people moving from an institutional setting into their own home.
Craft beer is being provided by the generous folks at Nonsuch Brewery and all the whisky is provided by Beam Suntory who are the makers of spirits like Maker’s Mark, Jim Beam, Yamazaki and Canadian Club. Your $80 ticket gets you access to all of this and includes a $40 tax receipt.
We also have an incredible VIP opportunity for those who want to partake. A self-guided tour through the Nelson Mandela exhibit followed by a private wine tasting in the museum’s Contemplation Garden with the guidance of a sommelier. This experience is an intimate and exclusive opportunity to taste some very special wines
If you can’t make it to the event or would just like to make a donation of support we also have $20 Support Tickets available. Each Support Ticket will enter the purchaser into a draw for a $50 Superstore Gift Card.
If you want to purchase an $80 Support Ticket you will be entered into a draw for a $150 Superstore Gift Card. Support Tickets must be purchased by March 31 to be eligible for the draw, which will take place on April 1 at 12 p.m. All donations of support are entitled to a tax receipt equal to the value of the donation.
To purchase tickets, support tickets or for more information on how to be apart of the VIP experience, you can contact Andy Russo at Andy.Russo@Pulford.ca
The event is approaching quickly and 80 per cent of the tickets for the event are already spoken for, so now is the time to act if you want to get in. We hope to see you all there!