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In Good Company: Air Canada at the Girls E-Mentorship Private Shopping Event

Our columnist shines the spotlight on the fifth anniversary of the non-profit hosted by Saks Fifth Avenue.

The Toronto non-profit Girls E-Mentorship (GEM) celebrated five years of making a difference with an evening of shopping fuelled by fine wine and canapés, hosted by Saks Fifth Avenue. Founded in 2012, GEM helps female youth facing educational, demographic or social challenges. Founder Rochelle de Goias made a moving address, and a portion of all sales were donated to GEM.

GEM: Jennen Phelan, Lindsay Perry and Christi Himmelheber

Jennen Phelan, Lindsay Perry and Christi Himmelheber.


GEM: Saks Jewellery counter

Pure gold at the Saks Jewellery counter.


GEM: Desiree Furlong

Desiree Furlong.


GEM: Girls E-Mentorship founder Rochelle de Goias

Attention shoppers: Girls E-Mentorship founder Rochelle de Goias makes an appeal.


GEM: Donna Kuczynski

Donna Kuczynski.


GEM: Anita Bella, Ainsley Kerr, and Linda Nguyen

Anita Bella, Ainsley Kerr, and Linda Nguyen.


GEM: Angelina Pun and Liz Esson

Angelina Pun and Liz Esson.


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