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April 7, 2009

Annual Barbados Charity Ball

Join us at the 6th Annual Barbados Charity Ball on Saturday, June 13th 2009 at Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 255 Front Street West, Toronto. Dress: Black Tie or Elegant Dinner Attire.

Tickets are $200.00 each, or buy a table of ten before April 1st and save $200.00.

The Barbados Charity Ball raises funds for Barbados Ball Canada Aid, to fund scholarships to Barbadian youth and assist charitable organizations that provide HIV/AIDS eduction and awareness programs.

For tickets contact: Peggy Murray 416.614.3143 or, Joan Rowe 416.756.1070 or, Jessica Carrington 905.472.1188; or contact us by e-mail at

Barbados Ball Canada Aid is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting Barbadian youth. Our focus is on supporting Barbadian youth in Canada, and where possible, youth living in Barbados, through university or college education scholarships; and by providing financial assistance to charitable organizations that provide youth-centered HIV/AIDS education.

BBCA is a cooperative effort between a number of Barbadian organizations in Canada, Barbadian-Canadians, and friends of Barbados. While currently a non-profit organization, we are working towards charitable status to enhance our fundraising capability and help us achieve our objectives.

The Barbados Charity Ball is our major annual fundraising event and is a gala Black Tie affair at which guests enjoy a fabulous dinner with Barbadian highlights, dancing to live entertainment, a sampling of the flora, fauna, sights and sounds of Barbados; and of course, good Bajan company. The Ball has been held each year since 2004 and is not to be missed. I invite you to join us at this annual gathering of Bajans and all who love Barbados; and help us assist our youth.

We welcome your feedback and your support; and look forward to your company at the upcoming Annual Barbados Charity Ball.

Support the Education of Barbadian Youth

Donate to the endowment fund for The Barbados Canadian Friendship Scholarship at York University and help safeguard Barbados’s future through supporting the education of Barbadian youth. See the Scholarships page for more information. Source

1 comment:

Bajan said...

Thanks for the info


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