Nova Scotia Nature Trust 19th Annual Dinner & Auction
Join the Nature Trust, conservation partners, and friends for our 19th Annual Dinner and Auction at the Cunard Centre in Halifax. Help us celebrate this year’s land conservation successes, network with like-minded friends, and help raise critical funds for the Nature Trust’s continued work saving the most unique and outstanding places across Nova Scotia. This year's guest speaker is Peter Forbes, a farmer, and an educator in the fields of conservation, leadership development, and philanthropy.
Together with your help we can build a lasting, natural legacy for Nova Scotians and visitors alike, by contributing to the protection of our province’s most special places and the species that inhabit them. Support the Nature Trust and our conservation work by joining us for this special evening celebrating conservation.
Early bird tickets on sale until May 31st!
- November 3, 2016
- Cunard Centre, Halifax
- Free parking available on-site
- Doors open and silent auction begins at 5:30pm, appetizers passed at 5:45pm
- Dinner served at 6:45pm
- Early Bird Tickets: $125
- Regular Tickets (after May 31): $150
- Early Bird Table (10 seats): $1250
- Regular Table (after May 31) 10 seats: $1500
- Conservation Table (10 seats): $2000 - includes company recognition in the event program, unique table signage, recognition by the evening's host, preferred seating and a larger charitable tax receipt.
A tax receipt will be issued for a portion of the dinner ticket/table value. Tickets will be held at the door on the night of the event.
For more information or to purchase tickets, please call 902-425-5263 or Download the ticket order form and fax or mail it to the Nature Trust office.
Our Thanks to our Generous Sponsors
Michelin’s mission is “To make a sustainable contribution to progress in the mobility of people and goods by constantly enhancing freedom of movement, safety, efficiency and pleasure when on the move.”
Michelin is committed to working towards the protection and sustainability of Nova Scotia’s natural areas.
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