30 for 30 Habitat for Humanity Fundraiser

30 for 30 Habitat for Humanity Fundraiser Vancouver Art Gallery October 20, 2011

From left: CBRE Canada’s Angus Tone, Joel Barnett, Zach Wittenberg, Eli Applebaum, and Steve Brooke.

From left: Habitat for Humanity’s director of corporate volunteering, Gayle Webster, and CEO, Tim Wake.

Habitat for Humanity board member Glen Tracey (l), with Bonnie Tracey, associate portfolio manager for CIBC Wood Gundy.

From left: Jason of Macdonald Realty, Dayna Wosk of Macdonald Realty, and Sandra Ens of ReMax.

Jay McInnes (l) of Macdonald Realty, with Mika Morris of The Studio by MikaDoesMakeup.

The birthday boy and 30 for 30 chairman, Keith Roy (l) of Macdonald Realty, with David Nichols, co-founder of Inventa.

Shaw TV’s Urban Rush co-host Michael Eckford, with the team from Peak Communicators. From left: Social media and web coordinator Krystle Sivorot, account manager Jenn Currie, and sr. account manager Lindsay Marett.

From left: Manjot S. Hallen of Klein Lyons, Marko Dekovic of Canadian Strategy Group, Robin Dhir of Twin Brook Developments, and Jason Murray of Klein Lyons.

From left: Meghan Harris of Macdonald Realty, with Lauren Bradshaw and Lule Abbay from Flawless Esthetics.

Michael Sato (l) of Dominion Lending Centres, with Allan Pun of Investors Group.

From left: Rangie Sylvestre, Diane McCormick, and Dan McCormick of GNK Insurance.

From left: Student Stephanie Argale, with Christine Chandler of Stepin’ Out Shoes in Steveston.

John Gerry (l) of Lafarge, with wife, Tran.

From left: Director of training and development at Secor Consulting, Kate Parker; Warren Smith of The Counsel Network; and Jonathan Snoek of Secor Consulting.

30 for 30 Habitat for Humanity Fundraiser
Vancouver Art Gallery
October 20, 2011

Although 30 for 30 was promoted as a networking and fundraising event for young professionals, it was also a birthday bash for Vancouver realtor Keith Roy. To celebrate his 30th, Keith filled up the Vancouver Art Gallery with over 350 of his friends and contacts from his professional network to raise money for Habitat for Humanity. Hosted by Michael Eckford and Fiona Forbes, co-hosts of Shaw TV’s Urban Rush, the evening raised $23,000. 

Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit organization that builds homes through donation of money, materials, land, and labour. Successful applicant families are able to purchase the homes at cost, with a no-interest mortgage. The organization is currently building a 27-unit townhome project in Burnaby on Government Street.

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