Physical Gathering Cancelled on New Year’s Eve 2020!
Dear Ottawa New Years Eve Charity Ball attendees and supporters,
On behalf of the Ottawa New Year’s Eve Charity Ball, Destiny’s Way Foundation (DWF) would like to express our deepest gratitude for your continued generous support, during these challenging times.
After careful consideration of the ongoing effects that the COVID-19 pandemic is having on all of us, it is with great sadness that DWF has decided to cancel the physical gathering of the Ottawa New Year’s Eve Charity Ball™ for 2020 – 2021. Though we hope, along with you, that the worst of this pandemic is behind us, we are very much aware of the risks involved in the participation of any large social event this year. The Foundation remains dedicated to the well being of all our guests, volunteers, and support staff. We have also taken into consideration the level of enjoyment that our attendees are accustomed to and whether or not we would be able to provide this same experience.
In lieu of this large social gathering, we are planning to provide you with an online experience consisting of an amazing silent auction, an exclusive virtual celebration, and an opportunity to win a variety of exciting prizes!
Stay tuned as we navigate these challenging times to bring you a wonderful New Year’s Eve experience for you to share with your family and friends.
We look forward to once again presenting the glamour and excitement of a live in person Ottawa New Year’s Eve Charity Ball for 2021-2022. In the meantime, be well, stay safe, and thank you for supporting our efforts to make a difference!
Sincerely and gratefully,
President, Destiny’s Way Foundation
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