Grande Prairie Regional Hospital Foundation

This amazing event sells out each year and is a night your daughter won’t want to miss! Father’s get to go glam with your little girl on this special night – just for you!

Date: Saturday, Oct. 23, 2021

Doors Open: 5:00 pm

Ball hours: 5:00 pm-10:00 pm

Location: Pomeroy Hotel & Conference Centre Grande Prairie
               11633 100 Street, Grande Prairie, AB

Starting off with a walk on the red carpet followed by a special dinner and mocktails your little princess will feel like a queen! There is a special dinner, a live DJ, dancing, raffles, the crave-a-licious candy bar and a photo booth – no wonder this event sells out each year! Your tickets get you everything you need to spoil your little princess, all for a good cause…

Each year, the Father Daughter Ball is part of 2day FM’s mission of keeping kids close to home. This year the Ball is partnered with their annual Cares for Kids Radiothon to raising $45,000 to bring an Olympic Brainz Monitor to your hospitals. “We are a small but mighty team at 2day FM. We work really hard to make this night happen and to see it come to life is just fantastic. The joy, the fun, it is just magic,” says Caralee Parr of 2day FM, “and it is all for a good cause: helping kids in our hospital.”

This equipment is used to monitor brain function in babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), particularly for the presence of seizure activity. It will allow for neonatologists in Edmonton to see the monitor in real-time in order to help make treatment decisions in consultation with our local pediatricians.

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Your Hospital Foundation is so grateful to be a part of this event as we transform your dreams of supporting pediatric patients at your hospitals into a reality. On behalf of 2day FM and your Foundation, we can’t wait to see your little princess!

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