Young professionals gathered at Maro for the Mount Sinai Soiree for a night of black-tie chic, fashion and opulence. The Sinai Soiree showcased lingerie from Italian fashion house Cosabella and luxury shapewear line, ResultWear. Models from Scene Queen and Nuvo Burlesque delivered tantalizing performances.
Ben Mulroney, anchor of ETalk on CTV, opened the elegant black-tie evening with his own personal reflections on the importance of fundraising for women’s health and cancer research at Mount Sinai Hospital.
Knowing that Food Dudes were going to be there, we knew it would be a great night. The liquid nitrogen chocolate truffles were an interesting indulgence that we hadn’t seen from them before.
Future Sinai (@futuresinai on Twitter), a division of the Mount Sinai Hospital Auxiliary, is a group of young professionals who work to advance, promote and fundraise for Mount Sinai Hospital. For this year, Future Sinai collaborated with Leadership Sinai (demographic of professionals aged 30 to 45).
The event raised $67,296 for Mount Sinai Hospital with more than 400 guests in attendance.
About the Mount Sinai Hospital Auxiliary
The Mount Sinai Hospital Auxiliary was founded in 1953 to assist Mount Sinai Hospital with raising funds and community
awareness to provide the best patient care. Through special events and fundraising programs, the Auxiliary is one of the largest single donors to Mount Sinai Hospital.
About Mount Sinai Hospital
Mount Sinai Hospital is an internationally recognized, 472-bed acute care academic health sciences centre affiliated with the University of Toronto. It is known for excellence in the provision of compassionate patient care, innovative education, and leading-edge research. Mount Sinai’s Centres of Excellence include: Daryl A. Katz Centre for Urgent & Critical Care; Frances Bloomberg Centre for Women’s & Infants’ Health; Christopher Sharp Centre for Surgical Oncology; Centre for Inflammatory Bowel Disease; Centre for Musculoskeletal Disease and the Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute. For more information about Mount Sinai Hospital, please visit www.mountsinai.ca