Chantal Kreviazuk Auctions Off Intimate Home Concert To Benefit War Child

Chantal Kreviazuk has never shied away from giving back to those who need it most, and her latest charitable effort is no exception.

The Canadian singer, who counts herself as one of War Child’s founding artists, is auctioning off an intimate “once-in-a-lifetime” concert in support of the charity’s numerous programs.

Canadians can bid to welcome the “Feels Like Home” singer into their home where Kreviazuk has offered to perform for an intimate audience and deliver an unforgettable night of memories.

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“Throughout my life as a singer, there has been one gift that has stood out – an opportunity if you will – and that has been the chance to be a humanitarian,” says Kreviazuk in a statement announcing the auction. “This year I would like to end on a high note and give a performance in the home of the highest bidder in Canada for War Child!”

October 11, 2007 – Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Chantal Kreviazuk visits War Child Canada’s project supporting orphaned children in Ethiopia. On her first day, Chantal visits a site where soccer games were taking place between kids involved with different charities.
October 11, 2007 – Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Chantal Kreviazuk visits War Child Canada’s project supporting orphaned children in Ethiopia. On her first day, Chantal visits a site where soccer games were taking place between kids involved with different charities. — Photo: Donald Weber

She continues, “I have seen first-hand their work with children in conflict zones, and it has been an inspiration to me for many years. So put together your office or a group of friends and let’s celebrate our good fortune by supporting a great cause.”

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In December 2014, Kreviazuk and her husband, Raine Maida, were honoured with the Order of Canada, recognizing the couple’s years of commitment to numerous causes such as mental health, education and human rights.

All proceeds from the auction will benefit War Child’s work in war-torn communities around the globe. Interested parties can place their bids here.

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