Feed the Fight to End Violence Against Women Fundraiser


  • jeudi, 22 mars 2018 de 6:30 Après-midi à 11:00 Après-midi (HAE)
  • The Stone Cellar 71 Gore Street E., Perth, ON K7H 1H7

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The Stone Cellar in Perth and Lanark County Interval House present: 

Feed the Fight to End Violence Against Women

This evening of fine dining offered by The Stone Cellar in Perth is a night to raise funds in support of Lanark County Interval House (LCIH), while also raising awareness on the issue of violence against women in our community.  The night features a delicious 3-course meal, local celebrity servers, silent auction, draws for prizes, live musical entertainment, and more.

The funds from the night will be directed to help with the launch of the first-ever Second Stage Housing Program in Lanark County.  This program will directly benefit women and their children so that they may live a life free from violence and abuse.

Join us for a Cocktail Hour beginning at 6:30 p.m. At 7:30 p.m., we will begin the sit-down 3-course dinner.

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Guests will be treated to a 3-course meal which will include soup, choice of main meal, and chocolate cake. Upon purchase of your ticket, you are able to choose one of the following main meal options:

    - Fish

    - Chicken Filet

    - Vegetarian

All food prepared for this dinner is gluten-free (including the soup and cake). 

*IMPORTANT: if you have any other allergies, you may let us know during your ticket purchase online (there will be a question prompt). Be sure to notify your server when you sit down for dinner as well on the night of the event. 


The ground floor is accessible; 2nd floor is not. If you have accessibility needs, please be sure to communicate this to Christine at 613-257-3469 ext. 27 or fundraising@lcih.com so that we can ensure we reserve your accessible seating. There are washrooms available on both floors.


Public parking right behind the restaurant (municipal lot), accessible parking in the lot, free after 5:30pm. Street parking available as well.


For our fundraising activities, some activities will be cash only (such as the 50/50 Draw).  Other activities, including Silent Auction, you may pay with Cash, Debit, Credit (Visa/MasterCard) or Cheque.


Tickets are being sold exclusively online this year.  Simply print off your email receipt from CanadaHelps or have receipt on your phone to check in to the event.  If you need to make other arrangements for payment, contact Christine at 613-257-3469 ext. 27 or fundraising@lcih.com.

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The Stone Cellar
71 Gore Street E., Perth, ON K7H 1H7

22 mars 2018
jeudi, 22 mars 2018 6:30 Après-midi (HAE)


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Lanark County Interval House
P.O. Box 107
Carleton Place , ON
K7C 3P3

À propos de cet organisme

Lanark County Interval House (LCIH) believes that a woman and her children have the right to live with dignity and without the threat of abuse. When this right is denied or interfered with, we will provide protection and support. LCIH is a shelter and support network for women and their children who have experienced abuse. Here, you will find a passionate group of dedicated staff and volunteers who are committed to making lasting change in our community and in the lives of the women and kids we work for. We serve Lanark County, Ontario including the towns of Carleton Place, Smiths Falls, Perth, Almonte and all of the rural areas in between. On average, we have more than 3,000 service users each year. Our services and programs include: 15-bed Emergency Shelter; 24-hour Crisis Line; Safety Planning; Counselling and Advocacy for both women and children/youth; Community Support Programs; Public Education Program. Visit us at www.lcih.org to learn more.