Gala 2022: Raising Our Voices

An annual fundraising event in support of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Save the date:
November 17, 2022

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Event details

Virtual tickets start at $25, in-person tickets $500
Buhler Hall

This year’s program will feature Kimberly Davis, Senior Executive Vice President of Social Impact, Growth Initiatives & Legislative Affairs at the National Hockey League (NHL), who will share her story about how she has championed diversity, equity and inclusion in sport and across all communities in Canada.

Kim is a trailblazer and change agent, positively disrupting the financial and sports industries with a career that spans over 35 years. Well‐regarded as a resilient and visionary thought and business leader, she brings change to life through sound strategic planning and solid organizational development. She is an inspirational storyteller, an architect of coalitions and a culture builder who believes that successful business contributes to healthy, vibrant communities.

She has set the league on a new course to attract, retain and develop fans, with a specific focus on bringing historically marginalized communities into the fore.

Join us to for an engaging program of entertainment, reflection and inspiration.

For more information, registration and sponsorship opportunities:

Friends of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights
85 Israel Asper Way
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Canada, R3C 0L5
Tel: 204–289-2002
Toll‐free: 1–866-828‑9209

Comments from last year’s attendees

"I personally wanted to thank everyone at CMHR for the Gala event Raising Our Voices. You have outdone yourselves! The speeches, guests and guest interviews, songs and dancing were amazing, beautiful and emotionally touching."

"The event was incredibly educational, heart‐wrenching, inspiring, thoughtful, and the performances were absolutely beautiful. Congratulations on an impactful event!"

"My deepest thanks and congratulations to everyone involved in last night’s gala. It was incredibly moving, beautifully filmed and heartfelt in every way. Hearing and feeling through words, art, dance, song and yes, even the moments of silence, brought heartbreaking stories to life in a powerful and hopeful way."