Join us next Saturday, August 24th as we host our first rooftop party fundraiser for Lee-Ann Leblanc’s mother, Debbie Leblanc in collaboration with Moosehead Breweries, Chris Bones, Zafari, Ryan Gillespie & Pierre Ouellette
We’ll hosting a multi-level event that features live acoustic music with Ryan Gillespie & Pierre Ouellette on the 2nd Floor at Dolma, as well as DJ sets from Zafari & Chris Bones on the rooftop all night!
Ryan Gillespie (9 Mile River) & Pierre Ouellette (Huge Beauty) will be playing live acoustic music from 930pm until 2am in our event room sponsored by Moosehead Breweries. The lounge atmosphere will have its own private bar with a variety of Moosehead products available and on special all night!
Zafari & Chris Bones will be playing B2B sets from 930pm until 11pm on the only rooftop bar & restaurant in the city! Enjoy a cool cocktail, local craft beer or a bite with some of the best local DJs in the city.
After 11pm, we’ll be switching over to a silent disco with Chris Bones & Zafari until 2am. If you’ve never been to one, this is the probably the best opportunity to try it out.
– A little more about our fundraiser for Lee-Ann Leblanc’s Mother –
Debbie LeBlanc is 52 years old, married and has one child. Debbie was diagnosed 2 years ago with pulmonary fibrosis. Pulmonary fibrosis is a very debilitating lung disease. Performing daily activities that most of us take for granted, are near impossible for her now as she becomes out of breath very easily.
Debbie requires a double lung transplant which will need to take place in Toronto, Ontario. Debbie and her family will likely be making this move in Fall 2019. This will require both Debbie, Guy and her daughter Lee-Ann to leave their jobs and families to move to Toronto for a period of 1-2 years. While in Toronto, we will still need to maintain our homes in NB as well as other expenses that we will encounter while living there (including rent in the range of $2000-$3000/month, flights, cab fares and other usual monthly expenses).
She is currently on home oxygen 24hrs/day which is an additional financial responsibility for her as her private insurance only covers a portion of the cost. She has also gone from working full-time to part time due to fatigue and numerous doctors’ appointments during the work week.
We are asking for your help. Her friends and family are organizing a fundraising event to assist Debbie and Guy with the overwhelming financial burden they are being faced with.
Here’s the GoFundMe link for the charity : https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-debbie039s-journey-towards-new-lungs
$5 from every ticket sold will go towards supporting Debbie Leblanc’s costs for a double-lung transplant
At the door: $20 (if we don’t sell out)