The 17th CCSA Vancouver Spring Festival Gala & 70th Anniversary of the Founding of China Celebration
Updated: Jul 25
The 17thCCSA Vancouver Spring Festival Gala and the 70th Anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China Celebration will be held on January 20, 2019 at the FloataSeafood Restaurant in Vancouver by the Canadian Community Service Association.
This event will combine songs and dances with banquet. The performances include gold-winning ones at home and abroad; the actors include famous film and television stars at home and abroad, as well as some recipients of “The CCSA Star Youth Award”. More than 1,000 people are expected toattend this event, including Chinese Consulate and Canadian government representatives. Currently we are looking for group and/or individual sponsors. The organizing committee will conduct a series of pre-promotion and post-promotion through traditional media and new media, including all-round, multi-angle publicity to enhance the impact of this event and the sponsors through press conference, posters, on-site banners, roll-up banners, brochures, news media, networks and more. Canadian Community Service Association is a non-profit organization, and every penny received will be fully used for this event.
Canadian Community Service Association
January 20, 2019 (Admission at 6pm, Starting at 7pm Sharp)
Floata Seafood Restaurant
Address: (click to view map and navigation)
VIP Table: CAD $880/table (10 seats)
Regular Table: CAD $580/table (10 seats)
Chief Sponsor: $30,000
Diamond Sponsor: $20,000
Gold Sponsor: $10,000
Silver Sponsor: $5,000
Copper Sponsor: $2,000
Honorary Chairman: $3,000
The chief sponsor will receive a double-page advertisement in the event brochure;
All sponsors and honorary chairmen will receive a gift event brochure;
The co-chairs will receive a half-page advertisement in the event brochure.
Roll-up Banners: limited 6;
Publishing Fee: $500 (produced by the advertising party);
Will place at the entrance to the venue for a striking advertising effect.
Ads in the Event Brochure:
(all in colorful prints)
$2,000: the full back cover
$1,500: the full inside front cover
$1,200: the full inside back cover
$1,000: one full page
$600: half page
$400: 1/4 page
January 10, 2019
Liu Ti 604 760 7891
For More Details
Bobo 778 846 8705
Lulu 778 320 0558
Xinyuan 778 863 5828
Or check CCSA official website: www.canada-ccsa.com.
Canadian Community Service Association
The Canadian Community Service Association (CCSA) was found in 2002 by Mr. Xiang Pu, who was also the first Chairman. The CCSA has a long-term commitment of serving the Chinese community in Canada, and promoting the communication and cooperation among various ethnic groups and communities. The CCSA also helped the Chinese people to integrate into the Canadian society, sought and protected the equal rights of the Chinese Canadians, enhanced the equality, harmony and unity for the multicultural society of Canada, improved the culture exchange and economic and trade cooperation between Canada and China.
CCSA is a non-profit, non-religious and non-political NGO that has been officially registered in Canada, and has developed its membership with over 20,000 people. As one of the most influential Canadian NGOs, CCSA adheres to the idea of serving the Chinese Community since the first day it was founded, and has organized a great number of events, including sixteen Vancouver Chinese Spring Festival Celebrations (Banquet for thousands of people), the Chinese Culture Heritage Festival in 2015, 2016 ,2017 and 2018 with participants over ten thousand people, and ten Vancouver Water-Splashing Festivals and three CCSA Golf Games.
From 2008, CCSA and its members actively involved in both Canadian and Chinese charities with generous donation to the people has been suffered for disaster victims of the Wenchuan Earthquake, University of British Columbia, the Fund of the Richmond Hospital and the Canadian Red Cross for the fire erupted in Fort McMurray. According to incomplete statistics, the members of CCSA has raised over 6 million Canadian dollars in total which was a positive contribution to the communities of Canada and China.