Fraser Valley Grand Gala

presented by Snowcrest Foods

The Fraser Valley Health Care Foundation is hosting a virtual gala on November 20th to raise funds for the local hospitals in Fraser Valley East.

The Foundation is 100% committed to supporting the response to COVID-19 and flattening the curve again.​

Tickets are $150 per person and with each ticket, you will receive: 

  • $50 gift certificate to a local restaurant. 
  • $100 tax receipt (if applicable) 
  • A “gala in a box”  which will include treats and other great goodies, including a winter wonderland themed mask. 
  • A link to join us at our virtual gala from 7:00pm to 8:00pm
  • Guests will have the opportunity to win prizes by submitting their “Glam Shots” in their formal, winter wonderland or pajama attire with their gala in a box items!

Don’t forget to also join in on our snowball raffle!
Tickets are $150 and you can win some amazing prizes.

Enter the Snowball Raffle 

Please purchase your tickets to the gala below.
If you would like to sponsor the gala, click here for the sponsorship package or contact us at or 1 877 661 0314

Please contact us if your require further information on any of these projects below:

Regional Priorities

  • Adolescent Day Treatment Program
  • Early Psychosis Intervention Program
  • START Program

Abbotsford Regional Hospital

  • Emergency Department expansion
  • Cottage Worthington

Chilliwack General Hospital

  • Primary Care expansion

Mission Memorial Hospital

  • CT scanner feasibility study

Fraser Canyon Hospital

  • Stretchers for emergency department

There are several ways that you can help support the Fraser Valley Grand Gala:

  • Become a sponsor as outlined in the enclosed sponsorship package
  • Purchase an event ticket. The event tickets are $150.00 per person
  • Provide a silent auction item / gift-in-kind donation
  • Make a donation

Our silent auction is now online. Click below to register and start bidding on some great items.

Silent Auction

Thank you to our 2020 sponsors

Register Here