Join us at the beautiful & historic Fort Langley Community Hall for our 10th annual Chefs’ Charity Dinner presented by The BCGEU – where this year we celebrate “opportunity”. Come and discover how your support is helping us provide opportunities for at-risk youth in Langley, whether that’s stabilizing their mental health, building connections to community and culture, or obtaining work skills leading to employment. 

Enjoy live entertainment, our second-to-none silent auction, and a gourmet dinner by our celebrated guest chefs, each of whom will prepare a unique dish created entirely from recovered (surplus) food.

We look forward to welcoming you, your colleagues, friends, and family to our signature event where we celebrate our partnerships in the community while raising much-needed funds for our trauma-informed and no-barrier counselling and wrap-around programs for youth at risk.

Enjoy an evening out with friends, family and colleagues and demonstrate your commitment to
giving a hand up to marginalized young people in our community.

We look forward to welcoming you back to our Chefs’ Charity Dinner and celebrating your support.

Event Details

Thursday, November 2, 2023

Fort Langley Community Hall, 9167 Glover Rd, Langley Twp

6:00pm Reception
7:00pm Dinner & Program
9:00pm Thank you Remarks

Tickets: $100

Your ticket includes admission to the event and the exclusive in-person silent auction.

Eligible for a partial tax receipt.

Attire: Cocktail attire

The menu, including reception-style appetizers, a plated dinner and decadent desserts,
is created from surplus food and prepared by local top Chefs who each design a course.
It’s a menu of culinary masterpieces guaranteed to delight the senses.

Presented by


Platinum Sponsor


Champion of Change Sponsors

Are you interested in becoming a sponsor this year? Click the link below to get more information on our packages. 


You can also make a donation to help provide youth at risk with critical support services, like a grocery gift card for a young mom, transit passes so Dan’s Legacy’s youth clients can get to counselling sessions, and phones with SIM cards so clients can apply for jobs, look for apartment rentals or most importantly, get in touch with their therapist if they’re in crisis.

For more information, please contact Zena Peden, Events & Administrative Coordinator at [email protected]

*The event will run in accordance with current provincial health orders.