The Christmas Lights for Charity will be illuminated and 100% of both the cash and food donations go in support of the Harvest Project, Shriners Care for Kids and BC Epilepsy Society
Date/Time: Jan 1 2019, 5:30 pm to 11:00 pmNorth Vancouver, Skyline Drive
Cost: by donation
**OPENING NIGHT: Sunday December 2nd at 7 p.m. – 11 p.m. All other nights will run from 5:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.**
The house is located at 4967 Chalet Place, at the top of Skyline Drive, in North Vancouver.
Aurore Viau and John Ribalkin have announced that this is the last year.
Online donations can be made here: http://chaletlightscharity.ca/
The lights have been featured on Global News, CTV News, the Province, CBC, Vancouver Sun, 24 Hours, the Metro Newspaper, the North Shore News, Daily Hive and other publications.
The display includes many of the usual favourites: Massive blow-ups, front garden lights that move to music, walk-up driveway display, Santa, elves, reindeer, snowmen – and many more. Kids love it!
This year, we estimate to haves tens of thousands of lights, including the return of our beloved star that hangs 86 feet in the air on ropes attached to massive trees (no nails are used). Every line on the star is 20-feet long. We have been told that this star is viewable from Coal Harbour and that the entire house can be seen by landing planes. It can be spotted from Stanley Park.
Last year, the display raised $31,667.61 and 182 bags of groceries. From 2010 to 2017, this display has raised $96,919.99 and 951 bags of groceries. Let's hope this year we raise even more!
About the charities:
The Harvest Project reaches out to individuals and families across Metro Vancouver’s North Shore who are challenged by family breakdown, illness, job loss and poverty.
The Shriners Care for Kids provides access to exceptional pediatric care based on medical need, not a family’s ability to pay.
The BC Epilepsy Society is a provincially incorporated non-profit, and federally registered charitable organization dedicated to serving British Columbians living with epilepsy, and their families.
For more information on the Harvest Project, please visit: http://www.harvestproject.org/
For more information on the Shriners Care for Kids, please visit:
For more information on BC Epilepsy Society, please visit: http://www.bcepilepsy.com/
For more information on our company, please visit: www.wemortgagecanada.ca
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Not one nickel is kept for the cost of the display, electricity bill, etc. and 100% of all donations go directly to charity.