Nav Ghali Memorial Show
Nav was a known up and comer on the comedy circuit. In less than a year he proved himself to have immense talent and was genuinely funny. But aside from being funny, he was a huge believer in the brother/sisterhood of comedians. Whoever he came across everyone says he was super respectful, humble and inviting which isn’t a norm usually. So when he passed, they wanted to do a show to raise funds for me annually as a way of taking care of Navs family. Thankfully, I am in a position where I am ok, but in keeping with the Navs passion of giving back, I decided to support Airdrie food bank last year. This year is the Distress Centre. Navy worked there for a long time and understood their impact on the DC People should come out for a great show filled with laughs while supporting an event that is truly giving back. All the people answering calls at the DC are volunteers no one is paid to be on the other end of the line. . But having someone on the other line to just listen turns a life or death situation into a choice of life. The Distress Centre is an essential need in the city as it runs 24/7 on donations from outside and the limited government funding it gets. The community has always stepped up to the plate when making a difference in the community….. so why not enjoy some laughs while making an impact in our community.