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Thursday, May 23,2024

Paradox Hotel Vancouver

2024 ARThritis Soirée 

Arthritis Research Canada’s 2024 ARThritis Soirée will take place on Thursday, May 23, 2024, at 7 PM at the Paradox Hotel Vancouver.

We look forward to welcoming our guests and sponsors to an elegant and special cocktail reception to benefit life-changing arthritis research. The ARThritis Soirée is an excellent networking and client appreciation opportunity.

This fun-filled evening includes delicious champagne, food and wine, amazing entertainment, an exquisite raffle, along with awesome art, and silent and live auctions.

Why an ARThritis Soirée? Research has shown that art adds to one’s well-being and is a great element in managing chronic disease on a holistic level. Moreover, art adds an extra factor of excitement and depth to the Soirée and is an integral part of our event each year.

Thank you for your support and for helping fuel life-changing arthritis research.

PRESENTING SPONSOR

Arthritis Research Canada is proud to have the RBC returning as our 2024 ARThritis Soirée Presenting Sponsor.

Thank you RBC for all you do to make our communities better.

To benefit:

Arthritis Research Canada/Arthrite-recherche Canada

Arthritis Research Canada/Arthrite-recherche Canada is leading research from coast to coast – with centres in British Columbia, Alberta, Quebec, and Nova Scotia. Our team of world-class scientists, trainees and staff are currently conducting more than 100 innovative studies to find answers for over 6 million Canadians, of all ages, living with arthritis. Arthritis Research Canada’s research is aimed at preventing arthritis, facilitating early diagnosis, finding better treatments, and improving quality of life for people with arthritis. Our patient-driven research is reducing the burden of arthritis and providing people with arthritis more timely and cost-effective solutions to address their healthcare needs, right now!

You can help make arthritis research a priority!

For more information and to learn how you can make a difference, visit Arthritis Research Canada.