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Annual Winter Celebration Dinner and Dance

by ahnationtalk on November 15, 2016288 Views

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Join us for an evening of networking, dinner, dance and celebration

Thursday, December 8, 2016, 6:15 PM

Hilton Lac-Leamy 3,
boulevard du Casino,
Gatineau, QC J8Y 6X4

VIP Reception with Special Guest 6:15 PM

Dinner: 7:15 PM

For ticket pricing and sponsorship opportunities
Please contact Larry Whiteduck at Lwhiteduck@afn.ca 613-241-6789 ext. 237

Dear Supporter,

The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) will be hosting its Annual Winter Celebration Dinner and Dance on Thursday December 8, 2016. This exciting and highly anticipated event will be showcasing some of our extremely talented Indigenous performers.

As you may know, the AFN is a national advocacy organization representing First Nation citizens in Canada. Now is an exceptionally exciting and important time for First Nations, where each of us has a role to play in finding ways to move forward together, united in our common care and concern for First Nations people and communities, cultures, families and children.

I am writing to you about this wonderful sponsorship and/or volunteer participation opportunity. Given the “youth, culture, and art” oriented theme of this fundraiser; we are actively soliciting businesses, organizations, and individuals that would be excited about the opportunity to partner with us! This could be in the form of a traditional sponsorship package, but as well, we are also interested in providing an opportunity for artists at this live event.

We are encouraging institutions to consider the wide range of opportunities that are available. Participation in and/or sponsorship of the Annual Winter Celebration Winter Dinner and Dance offers an opportunity for you and your organization to enhance community relations, build friendships, increase awareness of your institute and program areas of study, and continue to build bridges towards cultural awareness and understanding.

An event of this magnitude takes the commitment of many partners. Every effort is made to offset the costs for events like this and your contribution will definitely help assure the success of the AFN’s Annual Winter Celebration Dinner and Dance.

As we move towards the festive season we would like to take this opportunity to thank you in advance for your consideration and for your help in making this important event for First Nations a success.

Respectfully,

Jonathan Thompson,
A/Chief Executive Officer

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