David Foster returns with 2022 ‘Night on Broadway’ charity event

Highly anticipated gala supports Canadian children requiring life-saving organ transplants

David Foster has announced the return of the David Foster Foundation Annual Fundraising Gala for Saturday, May 7th at Hotel X Toronto. The highly anticipated gala in support of Canadian children requiring life-saving organ transplants returns to a star-studded in-person format, following a more than two-year hiatus due to the pandemic.

The 16x Grammy Award winning Foster will host and perform alongside wife and singer/actress Katharine McPhee, Hamilton’s Leslie Odom, Jr., Loren Allred (the voice of “Never Enough” in The Greatest Showman), Wicked‘s Jessica Vosk, Jesus Christ Superstar‘s Tony Vincent, Jersey Boys’ Erich Bergen, Reba‘s Melissa Peterman and Wicked‘s Kara Lindsay.

For the last 35 years, the David Foster Foundation has been dedicated to providing financial support to Canadian families with children in need of life-saving organ transplants. Thanks to its annual fundraising efforts and the generous support of Life Legacy Members, national partners, and donors, families receive non-medical financial support for day-to-day expenses such as mortgage/rent, car payments, travel expenses, utilities, groceries and more while their child is going through the major organ transplant process. The Foundation also promotes organ donor awareness and registration in both Canada and the United States.

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