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Fundraiser 2016

Chair Extraordinaire 2016 Fundraiser Event

Saturday, October 1st 
Jackpot Grill 
10904 - 92 Avenue, Grande Prairie
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Thank you for joining us at our Sixth Annual Chair Extraordinaire fundraiser! The live auction raised over $30,000 and we are working on figures for the silent auction, raffles, etc. and will announce totals as soon as possible!

Thank you for helping make the 2016 fundraiser a huge success! 

Past proceeds have supported programming and administration for SPRC activities including Tough Enough to Talk About It, Breakfast Club teen and pre-teen programming, support groups, training, public education and our building futures fund.

We are thrilled to announce that Hyer Oilfield was once again our event sponsor, making a huge contribution to preventing suicide in our region. Other major sponsors included:

Platinum: Curry's Jewellers, Mr. Mikes SteakhouseCasual, and Q99 radio. 

Gold: Rock 97.7

Silver: Learn-Rite Courses Inc., SOS Graphics, and Encana.

Bronze: Crown & Anchor Public House, Photography by Carla Marie and Janelle, Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers and Tarril Rosvold, Mike Sloan, Olin Rosvold & Terry Atkinson.

A full list of additional supporters and chair sponsors will follow.

Featuring Bonnie Kilroe

The evenings entertainment will also feature Celebrity Imposter Bonnie Kilroe! Her high energy 45-minute performance will feature an incredible 15-20 costume changes during her act. Don't miss out!

Buy tickets through the "BUY TICKETS NOW" button on the left or bottom of this screen or call 780-539-6680.

Visa, MasterCard, cash & cheques accepted. Invoicing is also available. 

 

Our Story

Fundraiser Chair

We have listened to people’s stories of struggles and have helped them to find hope and support.

We have supported people who have lost loved ones to suicide, listened to their heartbreaking stories, and shown them that it is possible to survive.

We have shown teenagers ways of coping and forming positive friendships to build their resilience and we have changed many people’s attitudes about suicide and bullying.

We have helped men who have lost relationships or jobs to rebuild their lives.

We have taught that it is life saving to ask about suicidal thoughts and to reach out to help friends and family members find the help and resources they need.

We have trained thousands of people to intervene safely in crisis situations.

Help us save lives!