The Charity We Support:

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Autism Support Dogs (ADS) is part of BC & Alberta Guide Dogs and is a registered charitable organization: tax receipt will be issued for donations over $20.

Total amount raised for ASD from 2014-2018 is $75,119

Past events have raised $56,716 for the Children's Wish Foundation

Total combined raised to date is $131,835

Book your Tickets for this Years Event!

To be held on Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019 @ the River Rock Casino - Whistler Room. Tickets $100

8811 River Road, Richmond BC - 6PM to 12 AM

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This will be first time in our history that the Kitz4Kids fundraiser will be held on a Saturday night & as a result, in addition to the Buffet Dinner featured in previous years, this year we will also be featuring a Prime Rib buffet.

  • Price of ticket includes a buffet dinner.
  • River Rock Casino doesn’t charge any fees for room or their staff & prints our tickets free of charge.
  • We do not charge any processing fees or administrations fees.
  • All promotional material, web sites, printing is done free of charge.
  • 100% proceeds from general admission tickets are donated to ASD.
  • We also hold a silent auction, live auction & raffle tickets with 100% proceeds donated to ASD.

Money raised at this event will be donated to Autism Support Dogs – loyal, reliable partners for children with autism between ages 4-10. All Autism Support Dogs and services are provided free of charge.

Get your tickets for this year's event here:

See highlights of the 2018 Event here.

Entertainment provided by:

“Befe”

Big Easy Funk Ensemble

Make a Donation

Can't make it to the event but would like to contribute?

All proceeds go to the charity, there are no administration fees or deductions.

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