{A Gourmet Food and Wine Pairing Dinner}

TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 2018   |   ALIOLI RESTAURANT, MISSISSAUGA

On June, 26th, 2018, Kids’ Health Links Foundation will be holding a gourmet food and wine pairing dinner called Tuesday in Tuscany, with the goal of raising $40,000. On behalf of the Foundation, I would ask you to consider playing a role in this special event –supporting our important programs and our cause, by joining us for dinner or choosing to sponsor and promotie your company.

Kids’ Health Links Foundation was motivated to create social technology to help hospitalized and chronically ill youth cope with their medical experience, and to develop online communities-of-practice to support the work of the health care professionals that serve them. 

Funds raised will support, enhance and expand Kids’ Health Links Foundation programs, which all have a singular focus of children & youth at their core. Programs like:

  • Upopolis -- innovative social technology which helps chronically ill and hospitalized youth cope with their stress, isolation and loneliness while in medical care through connection to their peers;
  • Uknow -- a multimedia library of age-appropriate medical designed to help youth with medical experience better understand their diagnoses and care; and,
  • Upedia/Umind - technology platforms for child life specialists and child and youth mental health professionals, enabling them to connect, learn and share best practices, and access tools and resources to help them provide better care to the populations they serve.

The main goal of everything we do is to improve the ‘whole health’ of children and youth. Psychosocial, developmental and mental wellbeing are what we care about.

It takes more than medicine to heal.

Please help us enhance, and expand, the impact of work by joining us for dinner or becoming a sponsor of the event. We need your support.


TICKETS $250 per person (includes a 4-course meal with wine-pairings)

Tuesday, June 26, 2018 @ 6:00pm

Alioli Restaurant, 350 Burnhamthorpe Rd. W., Mississauga


Sponsorship Levels

“BRUNELLO” Platinum _____________________________ $8,000

Sponsorship includes: 

  • 4 dinner tickets (Value $1,000)
  • Corporate name exposure with a full advertisement in event dinner program/brochure and corporate logo recognition
  • Exposure on the event website
  • AND Foursome at KHLF Charity Golf Tournament, September 10, 2018, Glen Abbey Golf Club (Value $3,000)

“CHIANTI” Gold _____________________________ $5,000

  • 2 dinner tickets (Value $500)
  • Corporate name exposure with a full advertisement in event dinner program/brochure and corporate logo recognition
  • Exposure on the event website
  • AND Foursome at KHLF Charity Golf Tournament, September 10, 2018, Glen Abbey Golf Club (Value $3,000)

“CARMIGNANO” Silver _____________________________  $3,000

Sponsorship includes: 

  • 2 dinner tickets (Value $500)
  • Corporate logo recognition in event dinner program/brochure
  • Exposure on the event website
  • AND Twosome at KHLF Charity Golf Tournament, September 10, 2018, Glen Abbey Golf Club (Value $1,500)

 “BOLGHERI” Bronze _____________________________ $2,000

Sponsorship includes: 

  • 2 dinner tickets (Value $500)
  • Corporate logo recognition in event dinner program/brochure
  • Exposure on the event website

“SUVERETO” Patron _____________________________ $1,000

Sponsorship includes: 

  • Corporate logo recognition in event dinner program/brochure
  • Exposure on the event website

Other Gift Certificates or prizes welcomed for our auctions on the night of the event.

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- - - IN SUPPORT OF KIDS' HEALTH LINKS FOUNDATION PROGRAMS - - - 

 

Kids' Health Links Foundation (KHLF) is a non-profit and charity, co-founded by Basile Papaevangelou and his daughter Christina. It was inspired by Christina’s near death in 2002, and by the passing of her good friend Katy in 2004. Katy’s brave battle with cancer required long and frequent hospitalizations, making connecting with friends and family difficult. It became obvious to Basile and Christina that this isolation and disconnection was not unique to Katy’s experience but was typical for hospitalized youth across Canada.

Since 2007, KHLF has developed programs enabling connections between youth and their peers, amongst clinicians, and between health professionals and their patients, advancing KHLF’s mission… To use social technology and knowledge to alleviate the stress, isolation and loneliness of the hospitalized child.