In its 7th year, The Sinai Soiree is one of the most coveted events of the season.
This year, on Saturday, October 29th, 2016, the Sinai Soiree took place at CBC’s Barbara Frum Atrium.
Guests experienced a Dia de los Muertos theme and dressed to the occasion in their best Halloween costumes. Make-up artists from Canadian Beauty College were onsite to touch up people’s ‘day of the dead’ looks.
Hosted by Future Sinai, The Sinai Soiree welcomed a veritable who’s who amongst Toronto’s young professional set, with over 500 guests in attendance.
All funds raised from Sinai Soiree will support the Women’s and Infants’ Health at Mount Sinai Hospital, part of Sinai Health System.
Proceeds from this year’s Sinai Soiree will help purchase a Panda Resuscitation Warmer for the Slaight Family Labour & Delivery Unit at Mount Sinai Hospital.
PandaResuscitation Warmers help balance and maintain a newborn’s body temperature without the need for a large overhead heater. Also, Panda Warmers are easily adaptable for high-risk births, as they come with a built-in, integrated resuscitation unit.
As Mount Sinai Hospital is a national epicenter for high-risk pregnancies, this new equipment is changing the way we care for our tiniest and most fragile patients.