Every year, Opt identifies a Sexual Health Champion worthy of recognition for outstanding contributions in sexual health. This year they are thrilled to honour Tru Wilson, Transgender Advocate and one of Vancouver Magazine’s 50 most powerful and influential people. Tru first made headlines when she filed a human rights complaint against her local Catholic school board for not supporting her transition, which resulted in the development of the first known policy in any Catholic school in North America that spoke to supporting a child’s transition in school. With continued love and support from her family, Tru has become a proud and vigorous speaker for Trans rights.
Opt is also excited to announce that international Young Adult science fiction best seller Tash McAdam will be delighting attendees with a reading from their work.
Delicious breakfast, enticing door prizes, and of course, an organization and cause that you are passionate about—what could be better? Buy your tickets today to join Opt on February 16th to celebrate Sexual and Reproductive Health Week 2017!
7:30 a.m. doors open for networking and breakfast
8:00 a.m. program begins
10:00 a.m. end of program
Early Bird tickets are only available until January 16!
Tickets purchased at the Early Bird ticket rate of $75 are eligible for $25 tax receipts.
Early Half tables (four tickets) are $300 and are eligible for a $100 tax receipt.
Early Bird Full tables (eight tickets) are $600 and are eligible for a $200 tax receipt.
Tickets purchased at the Regular ticket rate of $85 are eligible for $35 tax receipts.
Fabulous sponsors for the 2017 SRH Day Breakfast are:
Interested in becoming a sponsor for Opt’s 2017 SRH Day Breakfast? Contact Ashleigh Turner ([email protected]) for details.
Location and event accessibility details
Opt is pleased to let you know that they will have ASL interpreters at this year’s SRH Breakfast. If you or one of your guests requires ASL interpretation please let Opt know and they will ensure you are seated at a table with a clear view of the ASL interpreters.
The Marriott hotel ballroom is accessible by elevator as well as by a flight of stairs.
Opt makes an effort to have scent reduced spaces and would ask all attendees to refrain from using perfume or cologne the day of the event.