Since 1968, Unionville Home Society Foundation has been fundraising to directly impact the health and wellness, care and comfort of the residents at Union Villa Long Term Care home.

The signature fundraiser is the elegant Union Villa Dinner Party & After Lounge at the renowned Angus Glen Golf Club. Enjoy a fun and memorable night, with live entertainment, a gourmet meal, cocktails, live and silent auctions, and opportunities to celebrate our residents.

This year’s theme “Let the Music Play”, captures the importance of music in enhancing the quality of life of our frail and elderly seniors. Music lifts our spirits, calms us, and enables us to connect with others. Unionville High School Music students helped showcase the power of music for all ages. They performed drumming exercises with some residents at their school which was filmed and later did some one-on-one musical interactions with residents at Union Villa. The video will be shown at the dinner and guests will be treated to an onsite performance by the students.

“The evening will be a great opportunity for local residents to have a fun night out and at the same time enhance the lives of many seniors,” said Debra Cooper Burger, CEO of New Unionville Home Society.

The event takes place Nov. 3 at Angus Glen. Proceeds raised at the 2017 Dinner Party will benefit Project Comfort Excellence, which focuses on enhancing our resident’s home-like surroundings and experience.