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Screen Shot 2016-02-02 at 4.34.23 PMWell Dressed for Spring Fashion Show raises funds for Wellspring Cancer Support Foundation

Toronto, ON – Wellspring Cancer Support Foundation, hosts the fifth annual Well Dressed for Spring Fashion Show and fundraiser on February 24, 2016 in collaboration with Holt Renfrew and Women in Capital Markets. This exclusive, high-energy event features local media and sport celebrities and top executives as models, all of whom have had a personal connection to cancer.

Emceed by Gurdeep Ahluwalia, TSN Anchor and former CP24 Breakfast Host with fashion commentary provided by Lisa Tant, vice president, exclusive services at Holt Renfrew, the Well Dressed for Spring Fashion Show is an evening of glamour, fashion, networking and inspiration.

Models include:

Elizaveta Bulokhova Canadian Fashion Model

Mark Tewksbury, Olympic and Humanitarian Champion

Richard Crouse, Film Critic and Author

Sabrina Fuoco- Dunn, Elle Model Search Selectee; Cancer Advocate; Blogger; Lawyer

Janice Fukakusa, Chief Administrative Officer and Chief Financial Officer, RBC

Jane Ulrich, Principal, Jane Ulrich & Associates

Lindsey Deluce, News Anchor, CP24 Breakfast

Diane Dupuy, Founder and President, Famous PEOPLE Players

Blake Jespersen, Managing Director and Head of Canadian Corporate Derivatives, BMO Capital Markets

Islay McGlynn, SVP, Operations, Shared Services, Scotiabank

The February 24, 2016 show will be held at Holt Renfrew’s Bloor Street location.

Each $200 ticket includes a wine reception, the fashion show and a $100 Holt Renfrew gift card to use during a private shopping experience following the show.

Click here to watch Mark Tewksbury talk about the Well Dressed for Spring Fashion Show.

“This year the Well Dressed Spring Fashion Show reaches a new event milestone as we celebrate its fifth anniversary,” said Christina Smith, CEO, Wellspring Cancer Support Foundation. “To date, the event has raised $1.1 million for vital cancer support programs and services offered at Wellspring Cancer Support Foundation.”

Wellspring is grateful for the lead support received from RBC, BMO Financial Group, Scotiabank, Deloitte, PwC, EY, Mastercard, Air Canada, Elle Canada, CTV Toronto and CP24.

About Wellspring Cancer Support Foundation:

Wellspring is a network of community-based cancer support centres offering professionally led programs and services that meet the emotional, social, practical and restorative needs of men, women and children living with cancer, as well as, those who care for them. Wellspring charges no fees and requires no medical referral. Wellspring receives no core government funding and relies on donations provided by individuals, foundations and corporations to continue to allow Wellspring to provide programs entirely free of charge. To make a donation or contribute your time as a volunteer, please visit wellspring.ca.

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