David Foster joined by Oprah Winfrey for his David Foster Foundation charity gala

David Foster Foundation 2017 gala







David Foster Foundation 2017 event: 30th foundation gala

They do not call it Hollywood North for nothing.

The starred guest list for the 30th Anniversary Gala and Concerto Miracle by David Foster continues to grow with the celebrities Oprah, Steve Tyler of Aerosmith and actress Goldie Hawn have confirmed to visit Vancouver later this month.

The Foundation’s David Foster Foundation’s annual event raises funds to support families who often have to travel to other cities so that their children can experience rescue organ transplants. The foundation has helped more than 1,100 Canadian families cover non-medical expenses, such as traveling to cities where pediatric facilities are located, mortgages or rental payments, car payments, and more.

This year’s event will also have Dr. Phil, Jay Leno, Bo Derek, Carly Rae Jepsen of B.C. and The Tenors. Concert performers include Tyler, Robin Thicke, The Tenors, Matteo Bocelli and Laura Bretan.

Tickets for the event start at $ 49 and are available online at davidfostermiracleconcert.com. See the full list of celebrity guests below.

• Oprah Winfrey
• Steven Tyler
• Goldie Hawn
• Dr. Phil McGraw
• Jay Leno
• Bo Derek
• Carly Rae Jepsen
• The Tenors
• Matteo Bocelli
• Laura Bretan
• Terry David Mulligan
• Russ & Paris Courtnall
• Geoff Courtnall
• Michaela Pereira
• Jim Treliving
• Trevor Linden
• Andre Agassi
• Steffi Graf
• Melissa Peterman
• Rick Hansen
• Erin Foster
• Sara Foster
• Tommy Haas
• Ben Mulroney
• Brian and Mila Mulroney
• Ruben Studdard
• Pia Toscano
• Shelea Frazier
• Caroline Campbell
• William Joseph

Since it was founded in Victoria in 1986, David Foster has supported the non-medical expenses of over 1,100 Canadian families, such as food, mortgage or rent, and flights.

“For the past three decades, the David Foster Foundation has worked hard to raise the awareness of this cause and educate the public on the importance of becoming a registered organ donor,” said Michael Ravenhill, CEO of the David Foster Foundation.


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