This exclusive Gala dinner for business leaders, philanthropists, professionals and special guests, brings together leadership donors and supporters to celebrate and strengthen the connection that is between all of our stakeholders – the connection that allows Three to Be to make an impact on the lives of so many affected by childhood brain disorders. After all, this evening focuses on celebrating the connection.
Every year, the proceeds from CONNECT are invested in hope for children with neurological disorders through funding for research initiatives and here and now supports that Three to Be provides directly to children and their families. When you join CONNECT as a sponsor or a guest you become an integral part of the success of our organization.
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200 guests joined Three to Be at Andrew Richard Designs to celebrate and raise $200,000 for the benefit of children with brain disorders and their families. The connection is what allows Three to Be to make a meaningful impact in the lives of so many affected by childhood neurological disorders.
The proceeds from CONNECT will be directed towards a groundbreaking and high profile study through the CHILD-BRIGHT Network, a pan-Canadian study that focuses on the “whole” child and family unit by exploring brain repair, early interventions, improved outcomes for children with neurological disorders and long-term solutions for well-being and quality of life outcomes.
It is with many thanks to the generous support of the volunteers, sponsors and supporters who made this event such a great success! Guest speakers joined the evening to share their own special experiences and stories. Christine Elliott, Patient Ombudsman spoke about her experience as a special needs parent and how she has committed herself to influencing change in how people experience healthcare in Ontario. Diana Sanita shared her story about the role Three to Be plays in her family’s life and what support from the organization has meant for her daughter Katherine. Paige Zaldin shared what life is like as a 12-year-old girl with CP and her request not to be counted out before knowing what her real potential is.