War Child to benefit from dinner by Vikram Vij at Quail’s Gate

War Child works with war affected communities to help children reclaim their childhood through access to education, opportunity and justice.

War Child and Quails’ Gate Winery have come together to create an intimate evening of wine, food, music and altruism on June 28 at the Quails’ Gate Winery in West Kelowna.

Co-hosted by Quails’ Gate CEO and proprietor Tony Stewart and War Child, the event will feature a special performance by celebrated artists Jill Barber and Matthew Barber, fine wine and cuisine created by celebrity chef Vikram Vij and winery chef Roger Sleiman.

All proceeds from the event will support War Child, an internationally-recognized charity that provides humanitarian assistance to war-affected children in some of the most volatile regions of the world.

Tickets can be purchased on line at www.warchild.ca/quailsgate with two special ticket prices:

  • Regular Tickets: $250 per person (all prices are exclusive of handling fee and gratuity)
  • VIP Tickets: $500 per person includes pre-event reception with Vij, and the Barbers, plus a bottle of Quails’ Gate wine signed by the Barbers, and a signed copy of Dr. Nutt’s bestseller, Damned Nations.

The fundraiser is at the Quails’ Gate Winery, 3303 Boucherie Rd, in West Kelowna on Sunday, June 28. The VIP reception will open at 6 p.m.  Doors for the dinner will open at 7 p.m.

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