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24 Sep 2017

Toronto

By Gracie Carroll

3 Upcoming Charity Events in Toronto to Note!

By Gracie Carroll

It’s a brand new year, and a brand new chance to do more GOOD! If you’re looking for a way to support a good cause, here are 3 upcoming charity events in Toronto that you can easily take part in!

 

16th Annual Yonge Street Mission’s PATH Clothing Drive.

When: Monday, January 20th to Friday, January 24th, 2014.

Where: 17 locations along Toronto’s iconic underground PATH

What: Did you know that one if four people in Toronto lives in poverty? Not only is the city’s rate drastically higher than the provincial and national averages, but in some of the city’s lower income areas (such as Regent Park, Moss Park and St. James Town) the numbers increase to more than half. If you have extra gently used clothing for men, women and children use this great opportunity to donate them to those in need!

For more information and the map of all drop-off locations visit:  http://clothingdrive.ysm.ca

The 3rd Annual The Big Give in support of Look Good Feel Better

When: Thursday January 23rd, doors at 7pm.

Where: Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada

What: Elizabeth Grant Skin Care and charitable division EG Cares have returned to present the third annual The Big Give, taking place at the exciting new location of Ripley’s Aquarium in Toronto. 100% of generated proceeds will go to the Look Good Feel Better organization which brings together women with cancer in a safe and supportive environment where they can share stories, insights, laughter, and feel “normal”. Tickets are $70 each and include entry, open bar, canapĂ©s, and gift bags worth over $500.

For more information and ticket purchase please visit: http://goo.gl/6p7uyy

 

The 3rd Annual Memory Ball presented by Feature Foods

When: March 29th, 2014 (tickets on sale now!)

Where: Andrew Richard Designs

What: Memory Ball, an annual charity event in support of the Alzheimer Society of Toronto, is one that I have had the honour of taking part in since the very first ball. Now in its third year, this year’s goal is to raise $45,00o; bringing its total fundraising contribution to the Alzheimer Society of Toronto to an impressive $100,000! Early bird tickets are $100 (on sale now!) and cover entry, open bar and food. This is always a great party, don’t miss it!

For more information and ticket purchase please visit: http://www.memoryball.org/tickets/

 

Comments

  1. To whom it may concern,

    Whom should I be in contact with about posting a fun filled family day charity event to your webpage?

    It is Spinal Cord Injury Ontario’s signature fundraising event the Wheelchair Relay Challenge/stROLL located at Monarch Park Stadium (near Coxwell and Danforth) in Toronto on Sunday September 21st from 9a.m-1p.m.

    I’d be more than happy to share more information about the event with you if you’re interested.

    The link for the official event is:
    http://www.sciontario.org/relaystroll2014

    This video will give you a feel for the event:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8GHT1EfOSY0

    My email is Emily.Mangialardi@sciontario.org and my phone number is 4164225644 ext. 249 I really hope to hear from you soon!

    Thanks,

    Emily Mangialardi

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