Daniel Alfredsson

Black-tie dinner raises $521K for mental health research and care, auctions off two private concerts with Edwards
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Daniel Alfredsson got a hero’s welcome as he took to the stage Tuesday night as this year’s honouree of the Jewish National Fund of Ottawa’s Negev Dinner
Soirée Salus, an annual gala for community mental health services, has come a long way over these past five years, growing from a small, grassroots gathering into a fundraising force to be reckoned…
Annual gala honours individuals for their contributions to mental health advocacy and awareness.
When you drop the name “Ottawa Salus” in the general community, you’re more likely to get blank stares and radio silence than nods of recognition and affirmation.
Few fundraisers in Ottawa have gone the distance quite like Ringside for Youth XXIII, an annual dinner and boxing night that’s raised millions of dollars for the Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa.