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Hope Soars Gala

In-Person Event & DINNER in Cambridge on Friday, October 21, 2022 at 7:00 pm (ET)

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Virtual (live) Event on Thursday, October 27, 2022 at 7:00 pm (ET)

Friday, October 21 or Thursday October 27, join us for a hope-filled evening to celebrate the beautiful difference that Hope Story supporters and our global church partners make in the lives of vulnerable children.
In-Person Event & DINNER: Click Here to Contact Katherine for More Info on Registering & Buying Tickets ($50 ea.)
Virtual (live) Event: Click Here to Register for free and get your Zoom link

About Hope Soars Gala

There’s so much to celebrate and to update you about, on Hope Story’s global work in 7 countries!

From Kenya to Thunder Bay to Colombia – and points in between – come and be encouraged about the tremendous impact your support is making in the lives of at-risk children.

With inspirational Gospel music from Maxwell Au, and special guest speaker Lilliana Isaza to update us on the exciting new developments at the 3 (!) Tiempo de Paz children’s centres in Colombia (pending visa), plus contributions from several other global church partners – and even some of the kids – the 2022 Hope Soars Gala promises to be an event to remember!

Admission for the Virtual Gala on October 27 is free – join from anywhere you can connect online – just register here and we’ll send you a link so you can join by video.

For information and tickets to the In-Person Event & Dinner (dress is business-casual) in Cambridge, ON on October 21, contact katherine.martin@hopestory.ca

Register by October 10th to receive a special Gala gift from us (applies to both the In-Person Event & Dinner and the Virtual Gala – provided by a generous donor)

God is at work in the world through His Church! We look forward to sharing stories of inspiration from Colombia – and around the world – with you.


Lilliana Isaza

Director of the Tiempo de Paz children’s centres in Colombia, Liliana Isaza ministers to vulnerable children in Colombia through the Tiempo de Paz children’s centres. Initially born out of her church’s outreach to people living on the rough streets of Medellin, Liliana realized that prevention was the key to saving at-risk children from the bleak prospect of poverty, drugs, crime, and gangs. And – she’s opening a 3rd centre in a very rough neighbourhood soon and you can hear all about that.

Maxwell Au

Maxwell is a creative singer-songwriter, recording artist and worshipper. Born in Nigeria, he has been graced with the ability to blend contemporary praise and worship into African music while carrying the full meaning and purpose of it.  An award-winning artist for his track Hallelujah featuring Faith Eze and the Victorious Worshippers, Maxwell has released two albums including “Shelter” (2021).