VANCOUVER+acumen would like to thank all of its wonderful sponsors and partners for our DIGNITY Vancouver photo auction on May 24. We are grateful to be working alongside such amazing companies who have been contributing towards making our event a success.
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Andrew Peller Estates
Andrew Peller Estates is a leading producer of quality wines in Canada. With wineries in British Columbia, Ontario and Nova Scotia, the company markets wines produced from grapes grown from vineyards around the world.
Since 1909, the Artona Group Inc. has been British Columbia’s premier destination for graduation, school, family, corporate and wedding parties. Artona Group is locally based and 100% Canadian family owned and operated.
BC Fundraising Auctions
BC Charity and Fundraising Auctions helps charities, non-profits and other groups increase funds raised through a “live” auction process. They add “fun” into fundraising and maximize the value for donated items.
School of Remix
School of Remix is Vancouver’s only audio production an DJ School. Located in East Gastown, School of Remix provides an education that can resonate into various areas of self-development.
Vancouver Urban Winery Vancouver Urban Winery is located two blocks off Gastown in the historic heart of Vancouver’s Railtown. It is the first of its kind in Vancouver and also operates as a unique special events space.
Nuba Natural Foods
Nuba Natural Foods is a Vancouver based producer of ethnic speciality food items. Nuba also offers Lebanese cuisine from four locations: West Hastings, East Hastings, Seymour Street and East 3rd Avenue.
Samosa Garden is a renowned restaurant serving authentic Indian cuisine. They are located on Kingsway and their samosas and lunch buffet are legendary.
Tacofino was born out of a desire to create a unique dining experience by offering quality, freshness and nutritional conscience. Their orange taco truck can be spotted downtown at Robson Square or Burrard and Dunsmuir.