On Sept. 21, 2016, DIL Walk Foundation, presented a cheque in the amount of $21,414.00 to the city’s Mosaic PCN Refugee Clinic. DIL Walk partnered up with the clinic in March 2016, with the charity gala “Le Cirque Magique”, organized by a local group of mothers raising funds for underprivileged refugees in Calgary. The gala event raised over $20,000, which will be used to help meet basic needs such as medication, clothing, education, and housing. “Anyone can become a refugee when the times get tough,” says award-winning cardiologist and DIL Walk co-founder, Dr. Anmol Kapoor. “As the son of a refugee, I understand the struggle facing many of the recent newcomers to the country. As a doctor in Calgary’s northeast, many of the patients I see are refugees who are unable to pay for medical expenses. Our goal is that these families will have access to the same resources as any other Canadian so they can be healthy, contributing members of the community. All proceeds from the event will be used to provide medical assistance to the city’s most needy.