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JAZZ UP THE WINTER BLUES
MONDAY, MARCH 5, 2018 @ 6 P.M.
Join us on Monday, March 5 at 6 p.m. for an all-inclusive evening of live music, gourmet food and cocktails. This year's exceptional roster of renowned artists include Ian Thomas, Steve Strongman, Harrison Kennedy, the Darcy Hepner Jazz Orchestra, Hailee Rose and Shari Dunn.
Tickets are $175 and include music, food, bar service and valet parking.
Visit our online ticket form or call 905.528.6565 x3308 to reserve your tickets.
Each year Good Shepherd helps thousands of vulnerable people in our community emerge from the cold and dark of their personal hardships to experience a renewed life full of hope and potential.
As the Greater Hamilton Area's leading provider of human and social services, Good Shepherd provides a wide range of programs and services for people in need through all stages of life.
Good Shepherd could not exist without the dedication of volunteers who pitch in, lend a hand and give their time with a spirit of warmth and kindness each day. Last year, we benefited from the energy of more than 5,400 volunteers across our agency.
Volunteering for Good Shepherd is a rewarding experience. Contact us to find out how you can help.
There are many different ways to give back to the community and contribute to the work that we do.
Your generosity offers hope for a better life to those in need in our community. Giving to Good Shepherd ensures that people in crisis are able to access emergency programs that are designed to reduce the burdens of poverty, homelessness, mental illness and domestic abuse.