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September 27, 2023

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Event runs from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m.

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Esquimalt Gorge Pavilion
1070 Tillicum Rd
Victoria, BC
V9A 2A1

Event Details

The 2023 Evening of Inspiration builds upon the 2022 public launch of BC Cancer’s Foundation most ambitious campaign to date – GoBeyondBelief

As we celebrate the astounding generosity of supporters like you, there is still much to be done on the path to a world where cancer is powerless.

We all know someone who has or is courageously facing cancer. Join us as we continue to go Beyond Belief for you, your families and communities across the province.

Beyond limits, beyond barriers, beyond impossible.

We invite you to join us for a memorable evening, filled of hopeful conversations, the latest from world-leading BC Cancer experts, live music and delicious refreshments. We look forward to seeing you.


Presenting Sponsor


Courage Sponsor

Slegg Building Materials


Dr. HollowayDr. Caroline Holloway
Radiation Oncologist
BC Cancer – Victoria

Dr. Caroline Holloway is a radiation oncologist at BC Cancer Victoria and a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Surgery at the University of British Columbia. She completed her residency at the cross cancer institute in Edmonton and Fellowship at the Brigham and Women’s hospital, Boston. In addition to her clinical practice she is the Scientific Lead for the clinical research unit at BC Cancer Victoria and is the current BC Director for the Canadian Association of Radiation Oncologists. Her clinical and academic interests include Sarcoma, Gynecologic malignancies and Lymphoma.


Sarah Roth, President & CEO, BC Cancer FoundationSarah Roth
President and CEO
BC Cancer Foundation

Sarah has had a 26-year career as a fundraising professional. She has been the CEO of the BC Cancer Foundation for eight years, in which she has elevated the BC Cancer Foundation’s revenue to record heights in all lines of business.

She previously worked for Boston Children’s Hospital and New York-Presbyterian Hospital where she was a part of two multi-billion dollar campaigns, and spent eight years as the assistant dean of development and alumni relations in the University of British Columbia’s Faculty of Medicine.