Kwantlen Polytechnic University public relations students have organized a fundraiser for Eversafe Ranch Outreach Society.

Kwantlen students host An Enchanted Night

Students hope to raise $15,000 for Eversafe Ranch Outreach Society, which provides furniture and housewares to families in need.

Kwantlen Polytechnic University students are holding an enchanted affair – and time is running out to get in on the fun while helping a local charity.

Proceeds raised through An Enchanted Night – to be held 7-10 p.m. Thursday (March 5) at CBC Studios 700 in Vancouver – will benefit Eversafe Ranch Outreach Society.

Tickets, $40, include a cocktail reception and hors d’oeuvres, as well as the opportunity to bid on silent auction items.

Eversafe, with a thrift store in Cloverdale, provides furniture and housewares to families in need, the majority of which are woman and children fleeing domestic abuse in the Surrey area.

An Enchanted Night is organized by KPU’s 23 public-relations students, who hope to raise $15,000 for Eversafe, for the purchase of a used bus. So far, they have raised $10,000 through sponsorships, fundraising and donations.

Tickets for Thursday’s event are on sale until Monday (March 2). To request tickets, visit and fill out the contact form.

For more information on Eversafe Ranch Outreach Society, visit

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