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Saturday, November 5, 2022 | 5:30 P.M. | RBC Place (London Convention Centre)

Country Classic Auction presented by CIBC Private Wealth is London Health Sciences Foundation's largest signature event, running for 33 years. Netting over $11 million for London Health Sciences Centre's highest priority needs, Country Classic Auction (CCA) is a much-loved event with many corporate partners, community members and donors, hospital staff and volunteer participants returning year after year.   

Proceeds from the next Make a Difference Appeal will support the Baker Centre for Pancreatic Cancer

 
AUCTION

Bid on hundreds of items in the Lerners Silent Auction right from your own phone. You'll also have the opportunity to raise your bid card for unique and experiential items during the Voyago Live Auction.

 
SURPRISE ENTERTAINMENT

Top off the evening with a show-stopping performance from a chart-topping artist or band. Over the years, CCA has hosted the likes of Burton Cummings, Walk Off The Earth, Blue Rodeo, Arkells and more!

 
DINING

Included in your ticket price is a farm to fork dining experience with a gourmet meal complete with sustainable ingredients sourced locally and regionally.

 
ACTIVITIES

There is no shortage of things to do once inside. Explore the perimeter of the room and you'll find games, prizes, snacks and more. There's something for everyone! 

 

THIS YEAR, HELP FIGHT THE WORLD'S TOUGHEST CANCER

At CCA, the Make a Difference Appeal is an emotionally charged segment of the evening solely dedicated to raising money and awareness for a featured cause. This year, we raise our bid card for the Baker Centre for Pancreatic Cancer to help improve access to care, provide more targeted treatment options and create research opportunities that can help save lives.

By participating in Country Classic Auction, you are helping fight the world's toughest cancer.

About the Baker Centre

 

These numbers can't change without your help:

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Number of Canadians who will be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in a year.
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Number of Canadians who will die from the disease.
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