Kate Linder Hosts Afternoon Teas for Charity

Screen Shot 2015-05-28 at 2.13.29 PMKate Linder is the well-known actress who plays Esther Valentine on the Young and the Restless#1 rated soap opera in the U.S. and Canada.

She is also a philanthropist, known for her hard work to raise money for a number of charities. Charity means a lot to Kate, who has spent decades helping others.

Vancouver Afternoon Tea with Kate Linder and Friends
NEW! Tickets on sale on Monday, June 6, 2016
See “Reserve Seats” Button on this page

Sunday, July 17, 2016
Four Seasons Hotel
791 West Georgia, Vancouver

Ticket Prices:
$195 | VIP Reception and Tea Seat
$125 | VIP Tea Seat
$95 | Regular Seat

Cast will be announced soon. We hope to see you there to support our charity event!


Calgary: Thank you, fans, for your generosity at the successful Kate’s High Tea at the Calgary Westin on April 10, benefitting the March of Dimes Canada. Kate also gives special thanks for the generous support of her colleagues at the tea: Sean Carrigan (“Stitch” Ben Rayburn), Camryn Grimes (Mariah Copeland),  Melissa Ordway (Abby Newman), Robert Adamson (Noah Newman) and award-winning make-up artist Patti Denney and hair stylist Shannon Bradberry.


You can still make a gift in support of the Kate Linder & Friends Fund for Women’s Cancer Research benefiting Canadians facing cancer. Together, we aim to contribute $90,000 in support of Breast and Ovarian Cancer research, and we can only do that with the help of friends like you. Thank you for your generosity.
Kate is the celebrity spokesperson for the ALS Association, the pre-eminent leader in the fight against Lou Gehrig’s Disease. She can be found most holidays serving food to the hungry and homeless at the Los Angeles Mission. And throughout the year, she hosts afternoon teas to benefit a variety of charities.

Kate has really taken serving tea and charity to another level. A much higher level.

In April 2015, her charity team hosted High Tea in Calgary, benefiting the March of Dimes Canada’s Conductive Education® (CE) program for children and adults with neuro- motor disabilities.

On July 19, 2015, Kate returned to Vancouver for her 17th Annual Afternoon Tea to benefit the Canadian Cancer Society. Yes, she has hosted this popular Vancouver tea for almost two decades!

And rounding off a year of giving, Kate and friends returned to Toronto in December for another tea to benefit the March of Dimes Canada’s Conductive Education® (CE) program.

You can find news about her teas in 2016 right here, so come back often!