You can't always control what happens to you, but you CAN control how you respond!
- Vahen King

NIGHT OF COURAGE GALA

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EXPERIENCE A NIGHT OF COURAGE

You are invited to our FREE online gala Saturday, Nov 28th, 2020 for an evening to remember as we showcase and celebrate stories of lives changed through founder Vahen King’s message of hope and courage! In a time when fear and uncertainty is on the rise, we want to give back and ensure everyone has the opportunity to be inspired and encouraged.

This “Night of Courage” will include; community influencers such as, distinguished world renowned author Philip Yancey, Juno award winner Chelsea Amber, Juno nominee Brooke Nicholls, and Tamara Boyes a 3 time Canadian Gospel Music Awards nominee, along with an array of other special guests and experiences you don’t want to miss. We are looking forward to a fun and interactive evening with you. You can share comments, ask questions and participate in live bidding on some amazing prizes in our live and silent auction.

On this “Night of Courage!” Be brave, and take back what fear has stolen from you!

FREE ADMISSION!

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MISS WHEELCHAIR CANADA 2017

Photo Credit: Selah Reflections

"Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather choosing to act in spite of fear."
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