Spices and Blarney to host Dawn to Dawn fundraising dinner

Night of Wonders goes May 5 in Comox

Spices and Blarney is hosting another fundraising dinner and event to raise funds for Dawn to Dawn Action on Homelessness.

The Joline Martin and Liz Datoo duo present Night of Wonders, an evening of exotic Indian food and exciting entertainment. The event will take place May 5 at d’Esterre House, in Comox.

Tickets are $100 each, with tax receipt available for allowable costs.

“All proceeds go to Dawn to Dawn to help them continue their good work with people experiencing homelessness,” said Datoo. “They believe everyone should have a place to call home.”

Currently Dawn to Dawn is assisting 30 adults and 15 children who would otherwise be experiencing homelessness.

Dawn to Dawn is able to provide housing with the support from individuals, businesses and the community as well as on-going support from BC Housing. The funds raised by Night of Wonders make a crucial contribution towards ending homelessness in the Comox Valley. For info and tickets call Spices and Blarney at 250-331-0778 and 250-338-6284.

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