Unity Events Canada and Cancer Gets LOST have partnered together once again to host a silent auction at Unity Days on Friday, January 13, 2017, in Vancouver, Canada. Featured items at the CGL Unity Days auction will include The 100 t-shirts, fan artwork, autographed notecards from The 100 Writers Room, and more!
Also, Unity Events Canada and CGL are pleased to announce that the CGL Unity Days concert featuring Carry Hatchet (Christopher Larkin) and Wendy Biscuit will be open to the public. The CGL concert ticket is not a ticket into the Unity Days convention, but is strictly a ticket for the concert on Saturday evening only. You do not need a daytime convention ticket to attend the night time show, just the CGL concert ticket.
100% of net proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to CGL. If you purchased tickets for the cocktail event before the CGL concert, please bring two pieces of ID as the event is 19+. The hotel bartenders card for proper age. Please drink responsibly if you choose to drink at the parties. The CGL concert is all ages. Stay tuned for details about the CGL Unity Days auction and charity concert on their website and social media accounts.
Cancer Gets LOST is a nonprofit charitable endeavor co-founded by Executive Director Jo Garfein and Jared Wong to raise money for various cancer support charities through auctions and fundraisers featuring rare and autographed pop culture memorabilia. CGL has nonprofit, tax-exempt status thanks to fiscal sponsorship by FJC: A Foundation of Philanthropic Funds. For more information about Cancer Gets LOST, please visit www.cancergetslost.org.
Founded in Alberta, Canada, Unity Events is dedicated to creating a strong fan experience with pop culture conventions and events through a professional manner. Unity Events is the official home of Unity Days: The 100 Convention. For more information about Unity Events and Unity Days, please visit www.unityeventscanada.com.