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ChaletLights2016

A spectacular Christmas light display in support of the BC Epilepsy Society, Harvest Project and Shriners Care For Kids! Visit us at 4967 Chalet Place, North Vancouver. Walk up the drive and enjoy. Lights are on 5:30-11pm every day.

Organizer: Kevin Lee

Type Of Group: Social Services

Location: North Vancouver, BC

$3,756

Raised Towards Goal

$20,000

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$3,756

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The Group's Purpose

Want to get into the Christmas Spirit early this year? How about watching one of North Vancouver’s best Christmas displays?

Nightly, from 5:30pm to 11pm until the last night Saturday, January 6th, ChaletLights - the Christmas Lights for Charity will be illuminated and 100% of both the cash and food donations go in support of Harvest Project, BC Epilepsy Society and Shriners Care For Kids.

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How to Help

The Ribalkin/Viau family invites you to join them by making a cash donation through this page (tax-deductible receipts issued) or via the donation box at the house - all monetary gifts will be shared by BC Epilepsy Society and Shriners Care For Kids.

As well, visitors are welcome to drop-off a non-perishable food donation for Harvest Project, a North Shore-based charity that serves families in-need.

Over the past two years, ChaletLights campaigns have raised about $20,000 plus hundreds of pounds of grocery donations.

Photo Credits: Michael Iwasaki

About the Organizers

Verico Nova Financial Services Inc. (owned by John Ribalkin and Aurore Viau) has been decorating the Viau/Ribalkin family home located at 4967 Chalet Place, at the top of Skyline Drive, in North Vancouver for years . Aurore, John and family support BC Epilepsy Society, Harvest Project and Shriners Care For Kids, and they welcome any donations that you can give. Thank you and Merry Christmas!