CPAC and the CPAC Foundation, leading not-for-profit organizations serving the Canadian internationally-educated professionals community will be holding our Annual Gala on November 24th, 2019 at Sheraton Parkway Toronto North in Richmond Hill. We invite you to join us in celebrating our success!
The annual CPAC Gala is a premier community event that attracts 500 guests in attendance and is covered by close to 100 media articles every year. As one of the largest social events in the Greater Toronto Area for immigrant professionals, it offers an excellent opportunity to entertain clients and to engage with some of Toronto’s foremost business and community leaders amongst the Chinese, Southeast Asian and global communities. Come network with 500 other guests comprised of political and business leaders, CPAC sponsors, partners, members of the media and other professionals while enjoying a night of fine dining, live entertainment, and a memorable silent auction.
This annual fundraising event will be raising funds for CPAC’s charitable work to provide employment services for immigrants and scholarships for secondary and post-secondary students.
The highlight of the gala will be the presentation of the Professional Achievement Awards, which recognize the accomplishments of outstanding immigrant individuals who have overcome various barriers and made incredible strides in their professional careers. We will also be presenting the third annual Young Achiever’s Award, recognizing the professional or community accomplishments locally or abroad by an outstanding individual aged 29 and under.
Sunday, November 24, 2019
5:00 pm Reception; 6:00 pm Dinner
Grand York Ballroom
Sheraton Parkway Toronto North Hotel & Suites
600 Highway 7 East (at Leslie) Richmond Hill, ON
(Free Underground Parking )
$188 per regular ticket ($90 tax receipt provided)
$300 per VIP ticket ($200 tax receipt provided)
Registered charity number: 86430 6626 RR0001
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