Are you putting on a non profit or charity event?

One of our corporate goals year after year is to become more successful so that we are in a position to give more. It truly is a privilige. Non profit and charity events are some of our favourite events to entertain at. If you are organizing a non profit or charity event, we'd love the oppertunity to speak with you. Perhaps we can help!

Hot Wax is proud to contribute to events for the following non profit and charity events:

Music for Life Vancouver An evening of song and entertainment in support of diabetes research. Diabetes is affecting us in epidemic proportions. Music for life will raise funds to support awareness of the disease and aid research to help treat and prevent it. Hot Wax has had the pleasure of offering our services in support of this noble cause.
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The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation of Canada is the leading charitable founder and advocate for Type 1 diabetes research worldwide. The mission of JDRF is to find a cure for diabetes and it's complications through support of research.
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The Adoptive Families Association of BC provides province wide support and advice to people who are beginning to think about adoption, people who have decided to adopt, and those who have already had a child or children join their family. AFABC also plays a significant role in promoting awareness of the thousands of BC children in care of the Ministry of Children and Family Development.
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The Children's Wish Foundation of Canada is dedicated to fulfilling a favourite wish for children afflicted with a high risk, life threatening illness. With two decades of wish granting and over 12,000 wishes behind us, we have fulfilled more wishes for children in Canada than any other wish granting agency.
For more information visit http://www.childrenswish.c

Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world, one child and one community at a time. The name `Kiwanis` means `we trade` or `we share our talents` It was coined from an American Indian expression Nunc Kee-Wanis
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