2014 Rejoice in Love Charity Concert
Famous in her field for almost 30 years, both in mainland China and in Canada, Christina is well known for her beautiful singing voice and her passionate singing style. Since this is her 10th year living in Canada, and being a kind and charitable person, she would like to express her gratitude to this wonderful nation she now calls home. Once again, she is using her talent to help raise fund for a meaningful charity. This time the sole beneficiary is the “Carefirst Seniors and Community Services Association”. Carefirst is a non-profit charitable community services agency, having served the community and seniors in Greater Toronto since 1976. Carefirst’s mission is to ensure that seniors and those in need of their services live an independent, enriched and quality living in the community through a range of community support services. Carefirst is currently engaged in a major capital campaign for the development of a 52,000 sq. ft. ‘One-Stop Access Multi-services Centre’ in Scarborough. It will combine community, social and healthcare support and services for service users in the Greater Toronto Area to easily access. This project will not only address the social and health care needs of the community, but will also help to build a healthier and enriched community for us all.
This is truly a very special concert. In addition to Christina herself, her guest performers include her talented daughter, Shelley Xie; founder of Popular Singing Club and respectable singer/teacher Mr. James Lee, plus a number of other local award-winning singers and professional dancers. This is truly a “must see” charity concert.
Date: Friday, August 29, 2014, 7:30pm
Venue: Richmond Hill Center for the Performing Arts,
10268 Yonge Street, Richmond Hill, Ontario L4C 3B7
Ticket: VIP$88, $48, $38, $28
You can contact CPAC office for ticket inquries by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-298-7885.
Rejoice in Love continues to seek sponsorship for this meaningful event. Interested parties please contact organizers directly.