Do you love what you do but wish it was part of the good happening in the world? Overwhelmed with how? Well, we got you!
In this first webinar, we will cover:
What is a sustainable/eco/ethical/green wedding or event?
What is the terminology?
Why is it important?
Why do we care?
Where can I start?
In support of Access Pro Bono, ZSA Legal Recruitment is pleased to host the 2nd Annual Great Wines Charity Auction on Thursday, May 16, 2019 at the stunning Bill Reid Gallery in downtown Vancouver. Attendees will enjoy a wide range of BC wines, all while helping to raise funds in support of access to justice in BC.
The evening will feature a live auction, a silent auction and a raffle. Bid items and prizes will include, wine, gift baskets, experiences to name a few.
Join us for a fabulous night of food and wine tastings, entertainment and great company – all to support a very important cause in BC: Access Pro Bono.
Enjoy a bite, drink and most importantly, insider tips and tools that will provide you with the framework you need for a successful wedding.
You'll learn how to:
How to have the best wedding on a budget
What to DIY and what to buy
How to create a tablescape under 20 minutes
How to plan a ethical sustainable wedding
And so much more!
The evening will be rounded out with a Q&A to make sure everyone gets to voice their own unique questions and concerns. Look forward to seeing you there!
Tickets: $30 | Buy Tickets
“There is no passion to be found in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living.” – Nelson Mandela
Every one of us has the potential to achieve something amazing. But what does it take to unlock that potential? And what might be possible if we did?
On November 22, four world-class thought leaders and doers will come together to explore those questions in depth. Join theologian Rabbi Dr. Laura Duhan Kaplan, author and entrepreneur Claire Booth, UBC psychology professor Dr. Elizabeth Dunn, and mountaineer and meditation advocate Sam Wyatt for an engaging and entertaining discussion about what it truly means to live our best lives — and how we can get there.
Be a part of the second annual Vancouver’s North Shore Craft Beer Week by joining us at the Pipe Shop for an evening of food trucks, live music, and North Shore craft beer on October 19th.
You will get the chance to sample beer from five of the North Shore breweries as well as first tastes from three breweries coming soon to North Vancouver.
The Cascadia Wedding Show will be the first of its kind in Vancouver: featuring some of the best local wedding vendors. We're excited to bring you a show that highlights the West Coast, while also providing an opportunity to integrate unique bespoke items into your special day.
We know that wedding shows can be overwhelming with seemingly endless vendor booths. We're looking to switch things up: providing you with a more interactive and educational experience while also keeping it fun and inspiring!
Excited to be teaming up with ZSA and Access Pro Bono on this one! Join us at Steamworks on October 3 for a unique wine tasting and auction experience to raise funds in support of Access Pro Bono.
Excellent wine, good company, food, refreshments, and music will make for a lively and enjoyable evening – all to support a very important cause in the BC legal community – Access Pro Bono.
Access Pro Bono promotes access to justice in British Columbia by providing and fostering quality pro bono legal services for people and non-profit organizations of limited means.
Get tickets/become a Partner: https://wineprobonobc.com/
The Liberty Awards Gala honours exceptional contributions to human rights and civil liberties in Canada.
The BCCLA’s 2018 Liberty Awards Gala is coming up on May 17, 2018 at the Villa Amato in Vancouver, BC from 6:00-9:30pm!
Full details: https://yvrlrs1805.eventbrite.com
"Small minds discuss people. Great minds discuss ideas."
In the advent of the digital age, it is easy to get caught up in the latest celebrity gossip, political scandal or what Trump said on Twitter.
Let's bring back the days where substantive ideas are discussed in person and where music and art are expressed in its purest form without the cacophony of background noise.
The Living Room Series is inspired by 18th century French salons where a cross-section of society would gather to discuss ideas and share their passion for music and the arts. Through our events, we aim to gather people with different lives, backgrounds and stories to expand everyone's perspective and build a community through music, art and words.
The theme for this upcoming Living Room Series is"Relationship Sustainability".