Kevin Edgecombe has created Wine&Pie for you by to enjoy safely within your bubble at home. By attending this event you get to wine and dine online while supporting local and international charities.
We have many surprises waiting for you on November 6th. They include:
Wine&Pie is a fundraiser for WINHouse, Her International, and an Okanagan charity.
Do you live outside of Edmonton? We have BYO (Bring Your Own) tickets too. Get involved! There is nothing better than having an incredible time among friends and making a difference in the world.
As Kevin says, "pick a piece of the planet and just give back."
How to Watch The Live Stream on Facebook and YouTube
Watch the videos in this section to learn how to tune in to the live stream on Facebook or Youtube!
Wine&Pie is better with friends. Just because you're not sitting next to each other doesn't mean you can't share with your amigos.
If you're watching through social media, we encourage you to comment on the Live Stream. We'll chat back with you and have some fun! Remember to use the #dineforher
No problem! Our Live Stream feed will be connected to the following websites:
BKV Consulting - Here
Linda Edgecombe - Here
Her International - Here
If at any point during the night you would rather watch the broadcast through a website VS social media, head over to any of these pages and it will be there. We'll also send out a recording to everyone that purchased tickets. So if you want to relive the action you'll get a copy in the days following the broadcast.
Silent Auction Now Open
Edmonton Food Partner Menus
Sawmill Banquet & Catering Services
This food partner will deliver within Edmonton & Sherwood Park
Menu (You may choose one item from each section of the menu)
half portion for kids under 12 available
Baked Artisan Dinner Bun and Creamery Butter
Baked Gluten-Free Dinner Bun and Creamery Butter
Baked Vegan Dinner Bun with Whipped Vegan Herb 'Butter'
Garden Green Salad (Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Vegan-Friendly)
Cranberry Vinaigrette, Mandarin Orange Pieces, Toasted Pumpkin Seeds
Tri-Color Fusilli Pasta Salad with Grilled Vegetables
Pistachio Crusted Chicken Breast with Rosemary Jus Gluten-Free Dairy-Free
Whipped Yukon Gold Mashed with Roasted Shallots Gluten-Free Medley of Harvest Vegetables with Fresh Garden Herbs Gluten-Free / Dairy-Free / Vegan-Friendly
Spicy Coconut Tofu Curry Stirfry Gluten-Free Vegan-Friendly Dairy-Free
Steamed Basmati Rice Pilaf Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Vegan-Friendly
Deep Dish Apple Pie with Whipped Cream
Baked Vegan Carrot Cake with Vegan 'Cream Cheese' Icing
Gluten-Free Turtle Cheesecake with Whipped Cream
Dinner Ticket Sales End Nov 4
Click here for the Okanagan event
Charities of Choice
"WIN House provides a safe place and emergency services for women and children fleeing domestic abuse. Through comprehensive programs, support and advocacy, we’re shifting the scales. As a safe haven for victims, we connect and equip individuals with the support and hope they need to overcome an abusive situation.
We're focused on what we can do to support Edmonton’s domestic abuse victims and their families. Together, we will make victims victorious."
Click here to learn more about Win House
"Her International has been supporting the empowerment of women and girls in Nepal and Canada for 15 years. The charity was founded in Kelowna, BC in 2005. It was originally known as IWEN (Intercultural Women’s Entrepreneur Network) and changed its name to Her International in 2017.
In the Nepalese rural district of Dang, the ethnically Tharu people are marginalized and lack financial means to access education. This puts them, particularly young girls, at risk for exploitation. Tharu girls are at greater risk of child labour, early marriage, human trafficking, and lack of education."
Click here to learn more about Her International.
Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society
"In Autumn 2020, we will be opening Tupa’s Lodge, a transitional housing program for mothers and infants & children at-risk of involvement with the Ministry of Children and Family Development. The goal of Tupa’s Lodge is to provide a safe, culturally-sensitive, and supportive living arrangement for mother and baby, in order to nurture early bonding, and prevent children from entering foster care.
Wrap-around programming utilizing existing programming at the Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society, as well as new programming specifically offered for residents, and referral to relevant community resources will be an essential component of this program. An essential part of this program will be Elders who will live in the home, and provide support, guidance, and knowledge-sharing with residents."
Click here to learn about the Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society.
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Michelle Marie-Paule Bonneau
In 2017, Michelle received the Meritorious Service Medal from the Governor General of Canada. This medal is the highest honor that a Canadian civilian can receive.
In 2005, Michelle Bonneau founded the Her International to promote the education and development of marginalized women in Canada and elsewhere in the world. Through various programs supporting education in Nepal, as well as through the establishment of micro credit groups, Ms. Bonneau has helped numerous Nepalese women to become self-reliant and achieve financial independence.
Hugh Culver, MBA, CSP co-created the world’s most expensive tours (to the South Pole), has presented to over 1,200 audiences as a professional speaker, is the CEO of BlogWorks and author of Give Me a Break – the art of making time work for you.
His blog at hughculver.com reaches 500,000 readers a year.
Dinesh Raj Sapkota
Dinesh is a social worker dedicated to help people. He is the Director for Creating Possibilities in Nepal since 2006 and worked as a research coordinator for CRI Nepal. He previously worked for the Canadian Military in Afghanistan and supported in peacekeeping.
She spent the early years of her career learning about marketing, social media, and communications in a wide variety of businesses and became the Vice President of a small marketing agency at 23. After volunteering in the bankenvelds of Africa, a slum in India, and the fields of El Salvador, she realized a true passion for International Development.
She holds a Business Management degree and most recently completed an International Development diploma from UBC.
She also completed 300 hours of yoga and meditation training while on maternity leave with her 1 year old son, Onyx, and teaches female empowerment in all aspects of her work. A serial volunteer for the ten years, Tamara found her permanent home at Her International in 2017. She is the other co-Executive Director of this unique NGO, working everyday in Kelowna towards empowering sustainability and self-reliance in women and children both locally in Canada and abroad in Nepal.
Canadian American Award-Winning Singer-Songwriter, Leah West is the winner of the 2011 BCIMA "People's Choice Award" and she was also nominated for 3 other awards, including "Songwriter of the Year" "Single of the Year" and "Pop/Contemporary Recording of the Year". In 2012, Leah took home first place in the Global Music Fest Songwriting contest for "The Miracle is You", a song she wrote for The Partners in the Horn of Africa, a charity which helps to empower the people of Ethiopia.
Edmonton Oilers national anthem singer
Dinner Ticket Sales End Nov 4th!