Thursday, November 03, 2011

nov. 25 | 'merry and bright' improv | john voth

The Panic Squad, including John Voth (GODSPELL), is putting on an improv show to fundrasie for The Servants Anonymous Foundation. Good comedy for a good cause!


Start your holiday season with a belly full of laughter and a heart full of goodwill!

Join The Panic Squad Improv Troupe for some fresh, clean and very funny Improv as they team up with The Servants Anonymous Foundation for an evening “Dedicated to fighting sexual exploitation and trafficking – one person, one community and one city at a time!”

If laughter can save the world then this dynamic duo has a chance if you come out and...laugh!

Tickets are general admission and these shows sell out so come early to get a good seat and browse the fair! Get a head start at some ethical Christmas shopping from the Global Wonders exclusive Jewellery line which is the SA Foundation's fair trade initiative started to provide work to both women who are at risk to be sexually exploited and those leaving a life of sexual exploitation. Your trendy purchase will support these programs around the world and will be providing young women in the Nepal project with an ECONOMIC ALTERNATIVE to a life of sexual slavery.

NOVEMBER 25th at Grace Vancouver Church 1696 West 7th Avenue

DOORS & FAIR: 6PM
IMPROV: 8PM

ADULT TICKETS $20 KIDS & SENIORS $15
Tickets at the Door or Online at: www.safoundation.com Click on “Make a Donation” and include Panic Squad Fundraiser, type, and amount of tickets in the comments box.

Info: meaghan@safoundation.com or by phone 604.568.8994 ext. 103

All Proceeds are being generously donated by The Panic Squad in support of The SA Foundations World Services Division. Audience member’s donations are welcomed and encouraged.

2 comments:

mjm said...

Is it at Holy Trinity?

Andrea Loewen said...

Missed that key piece of info, didn't I? No, it's at Grace Vancouver Church 1696 West 7th Avenue.