Fashion and Awareness Event at SophieGrace

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We are thrilled to invite you to a special event that combines fashion, education, and philanthropy. Join us at SophieGrace for an exclusive Fashion Fundraiser in support of the Canadian SADS Foundation.

Nadia Larson, the board chair of the Canadian SADS Foundation, and Cathy Huculak a Genetics Counsellor with Clinical Genetics at the Alberta Children’s Hospital will lead an enlightening discussion about Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM) and the importance of awareness for this condition. Following the talk, indulge in a unique shopping experience where a portion of the sales will be generously donated to the Canadian SADS Foundation.

This is a wonderful opportunity to update your wardrobe with SophieGrace’s elegant designs while contributing to a noble cause.

Special Features:

  • Educational Presentation (optional but highly recommended!)
  • Complimentary styling consultations
  • Exciting door prizes generously donated by Zeal Performance and Leela Jacobs Studio

Event Details:

Tuesday, May 28, 2024

4:30 PM – 7:00 PM

SophieGrace Showroom, 130 -1900 11 Street SE, Calgary, AB

How to Participate:

To register for this event, email Nadia Larson at

Secure your attendance by May 24, as limited spots are available.

More about the event speakers:  

Nadia Larson is the board Chair of the Canadian SADS Foundation. In August 2019, Nadia unexpectedly experienced the devastating loss of her son to an undiagnosed heart condition, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM). It has become her mission help raise awareness and educate others about HCM, so no other families go through the same experience.

Cathy Huculak is a Certified Genetic Counsellor with Clinical Genetics at the Alberta Children’s Hospital. She has the privilege of working with patients and families experiencing hereditary disorders at many clinics across Canada since completing her program at the University of British Columbia. For the past 7 years, she has focused on inherited cardiomyopathies and arrhythmias.

Donations: Can’t make it to the event? You can still support the cause by donating to the Canadian SADS Foundation by clicking the button below. Every donation helps in advancing support, advocacy, and education on SADS conditions.


Together, let’s shop for a cause and support HCM awareness in Canada!

For more information, please contact Nadia Larson at