SOI Celebration & Fundraiser

SOI Celebration & Fundraiser

On Thursday, November 29th, Geoff Green and Shaun Majumder, one of Canada’s most well-known actors and comedians, will host the Students on Ice Foundation’s first Ottawa fundraising event at Bayview Yards.

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This will be an inspiring and fun evening with live music, a silent auction, food & drinks, awards, announcements, new and old friends, shared stories and so much more. A look back at SOI’s recent projects and initiatives, including the Foundation’s epic Canada C3 journey, and a look ahead to exciting plans for 2019 and beyond.

With music by award-winning Alex Cuba and his band, and catered by Thyme & Again, this will be a night you won’t want to miss!

Individual tickets are $100 including food, drinks, and entertainment. Tickets are selling fast!

Silent Auction

A highlight of the evening will be an impressive selection of silent auction items, generously donated by our supporters. Participating in the silent auction is a great way to win incredible items while supporting the Students on Ice Foundation!

Please see below for a list of some of the exceptional silent auction items available at the event. Your support helps the Students on Ice Foundation continue its work to raise awareness and understanding of the importance of the Polar Regions and to educate, inspire, and empower youth around the world.

Check back for information on the full list of auction items and pre bidding – coming soon!

This beautiful polar bear carving was hand crafted by artist Jack Takpanie from Iqaluit.

Qulliq. This traditional lamp is carved from soapstone, and is shaped to hold oil, arctic cotton and moss to burn for cooking and heat, among other uses.

Dinner for four at Restaurant International. Experience fine dining in Restaurant International’s well-appointed dining room. Table d’hôte menus are offered at both lunch and dinner, with lunch menus changing weekly and dinner menus changing nightly. (Alcoholic beverages and Gratuity not included.)

Narwhal carving created by artist Manasie Maniapik from Pangnirtung.

One weekend (2 nights), including breakfast and one dinner for two, including wine by the glass pairing for each meal, at Le Germain Hotel in Ottawa.

Limited edition Canada C3 coffee table book.

Beluga whale carving by artist Pauloosie Padluq from Kimmirut.

A signed copy of Original Highways by Roy Macgregor. Expanding on his landmark Globe and Mail series in which he documented his travels down 16 of Canada’s great rivers, Roy MacGregor tells the story of our country through the stories of its original highways, and how they sustain our spirit, identity and economy–past, present and future.

Canada Goose Men’s Lodge Hoody
(Size: Medium, Colour: Blue)