Two Canadian heavy-weight musicians, Alan Doyle and Sam Roberts Band, will rock the Rose Theatre at Brampton on Nov. 24, in support of the William Osler Health System (Osler). The musicians will perform at William Osler Health System Foundation’s (Osler Foundation) seventh annual Gala Benefit Concert.
More than 800 guests will come together to enjoy an evening of great music, philanthropy and fun. This year, the show will also include a special presentation honouring Jack Oliveira of LiUNA Local 183 for his incredible support of Osler hospitals. Under Oliveira’s leadership, the membership of LiUNA Local 183 gave generously to support the campaign to build and equip Peel Memorial Centre for Integrated Health and Wellness.
“The benefit concert is a marquee event for Osler,” said Ken Mayhew, Osler Foundation president and CEO. “The show brings together community members and leaders, donors, as well as staff and volunteers—all in support of William Osler Health System. Funds raised through events like the Gala Benefit Concert help Osler provide excellent health care to our growing community.”
Funds raised through the black-tie event will contribute to equipping and redevelopment projects across Osler’s three sites – Etobicoke General Hospital, Peel Memorial Centre for Integrated Health and Wellness and Brampton Civic Hospital. A portion of the proceeds will qualify for the $15 million Orlando Corporation match and guests will enjoy a reception prior to the show with a selection of gourmet hors-d’oeuvres and wine.
The Gala Benefit Concert usually sells out, so organizers advise getting tickets early. They range from $200 to $500 and are available at oslerconcert.ca.
To learn more about sponsorship opportunities, call Osler Foundation at 905-863-2579. Sponsorship opportunities can include participation in a VIP reception with the artists, company logo placement and recognition in select marketing materials.