Are you looking to unwind and have a few good laughs while enjoying some refreshments and contributing towards a good cause? If so, we have the perfect thing for you – the Brain Injury Association Waterloo-Wellington (BIAWW) is hosting a comedy night fundraiser on June 14! Join us at 7 pm in the Registry Centre at 122 Frederick Street in Kitchener for a night of fun and fundraising to help those in need.
Great Comedians, Great Performances, Great Potential
With industry-leading, top-notch comedians from across Ontario, you’re bound to have a fun and unforgettable evening! In addition, there will be live and silent auctions to benefit the Brain Injury Association. The live auction will feature a pair of Westjet “anywhere we fly” tickets and much more. Proceeds from the auctions and tickets sales to the event go directly towards bettering the lives of others while enriching your own with good food, good entertainment, and good company. Everyone wins!
About the BIAs and Local Organizations
For many years, the Brain Injury Association has worked to manage the affairs of individuals living with brain injuries as well as caregivers responsible for helping them. The BIA Waterloo-Wellington chapter operates to serve as a platform that can support local survivors as well as their caregivers with support groups, informative resources, and specialized programming. Volunteering positions are regularly available and donations to benefit the cause of the BIA are always appreciated. Other nearby non-profit organizations working to ensure the quality of life for survivors, their families, and caregivers include the Hamilton Wentworth chapter of the Brain Injury Association (HBIA), which specializes in supporting individuals challenged in life by Acquired Brain Injury.
Want to help make a difference in your local community and make the most of a night out on the town? Consider coming to the BIAWW’s comedy night fundraiser – tickets are fifty dollars and the doors open at 7pm on June 14 at the Registry Theatre on Frederick Street in Kitchener.
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