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Night of Excellence

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Celebrating Community!

October 21, 2021

Night of Excellence 2021, is our annual fundraiser focused on celebrating community and our Stars. During the evening we also award scholarships and bursaries to our youth leaders. This year our Night of Excellence will be hosted virtually on Thursday, October 21, 2021, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM (CST) via Zoom. 

 

All proceeds from the event go towards removing financial, academic, and socioeconomic barriers for youth from underserved communities. Through our programming and your support, we develop leaders. 

 

The theme of the night is POSSIBILITIES.

 

Our Stars continue to work through the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic as it's clear 2021 is still a year of transition. Through mentorship and one on one support, we are able to encourage our youth to discover their gifts, explore their potential, set goals, and redefine what success means to them in today's world.

 

The 2021 Night of Excellence is an opportunity to bring our community together and allow them to share and celebrate what they’ve accomplished over the last two years.

 

Our event offers an evening of dynamic online programming:

 

  • Powerful stories from youth leaders; demonstrating determination, perseverance, and a hunger for positive change;

  • An exclusive conversation with Olympic Games bronze medalist Jerome Blake (4x100m relay team);

  • Amazing speakers from the community;

  • Scholarship and bursary award ceremony;

  • Music performance from Zambian hip hop artist Muzo;

  • And more.

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Date and place:

 

Thursday, October 21st, 2021

6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Online registration (please see below)

Program*:

  • 6:00 - 6:05: A word from the president

  • 6:05 - 6:35: Powerful stories from youth leaders; demonstrating determination, perseverance, and a hunger for positive change;

  • 6:35 - 6:45: Music performance; 

  • 6:45 - 7:00: An exclusive conversation with Olympic Games bronze medallist Jerome Blake (4x100m relay team - Tokyo 2020);

  • 7:00 - 7:30: Scholarship and bursary award ceremony;

*We have taken the liberty of not revealing the whole program in detail to keep the surprise for you

 

Registration fees: 

 

Night of Excellence offers affordable prices:

 

$20 per person

2021 Night of Excellence
Oct. 21, 6:00 p.m. CDT
Virtual

Night of Excellence 2021 logo - The story behind the imagery:

 

Our Stars are at the core of what we do and why we exist at RSF. Night of Excellence (NOE) is a celebration of our Stars and their accomplishments.

 

All stars within the NOE logo point in an upward direction symbolizing growth and progress. The NOE logo represents our Stars, our youth, it uses elements of the RSF logo such as our iconic shooting star which represents the endless possibilities and opportunities our Stars can achieve.

 

At the core of our RSF logo is our medicine wheel to honor our Indigenous brothers and sisters, this is represented through the four colors rising up; black, yellow, red, and white. The wheel may not be visible but the colours that represent the wheel are and are arranged in a step formation which represents progress and hope. Within the top star of the NOE logo are the hands of the youth and their ability to change the world and reach for the stars.

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Sponsors

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Sponsors

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