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Unwrapped — a charitable night of shopping, fun

Plans are underway for one of the largest fundraisers of the season.

Unwrapped — a Charitable Night of Giving at Coquitlam Centre will once again offer a night of food and wine samplings, special store offers, a chance to win $16,000 in prizes and other seasonal festivities on Tuesday, Nov. 20. And participating charities stand to gain as well because they receive the revenue from selling the $10 tickets.

Share is looking for volunteers for Unwrapped and is selling tickets, as well. To volunteer, contact Heather Stacey at heather.stacey@sharesociety.ca or 604-529-5107. Volunteers must be 19 years or older.

To purchase tickets for Unwrapped, visit Share offices at #200-25 King Edward St. in Coquitlam, or call Share at 604-590-9161. Tickets can also be purchased at Guest Services at Coquitlam Centre, or online.

The event, organized and sponsored by Coquitlam Centre to benefit local charities, runs from 7-10:30 p.m. and guests must be 19 years or older to attend. No minors will be permitted, including toddlers and babies.

 

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