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A Night of Miracles Gala is being hosted virtually this Nov 7th, get your raffle tickets now

Darpan News Desk Darpan, 05 Nov, 2020 09:23 PM
  • A Night of Miracles Gala is being hosted virtually this Nov 7th, get your raffle tickets now

Hey everyone, raffle tickets to support the 12th Annual A Night of Miracles Gala, happening virtually this Saturday November 7, are on sale now.

Tickets are 1 for $100 or 3 for $200 for a chance to win a Getaway to Quebec or a Tahitian Black Pearl Necklace.

Visit https://anom.rafflenexus.com/ to purchase.

All proceeds support @bcchf to help transform diabetes care for kids across the province. Thank you for your support. #ANightofMiracles #kids #charity #SouthAsians #gala #diabetes. 

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