RTCC Hosts “Antler Breakfast” – Friday December 15

Join us on Friday, December 15th in the RTCC Auditorium for the 6th Annual Riverside Antler Breakfast. Join your neighbours at the crack of dawn (7:30-10:30 AM) for some hearty eats, great company and of course, your antlers – all in support of a good cause in your local community! This event is organized and supported by the Riverside BIA, Toronto Food Tours, the Ralph Thornton Community Centre, and the Rivertowne Safety 1st group. Our goal is to raise $10,000 for the Rivertowne Breakfast Program for 2018.

A big thanks to our Santa-level supporter, Jason Friesen Mortgage! “Reindeer” sponsors include

  • BMO Queen/Saulter Branch
  • BMO Queen/Woodbine Branch,
  • Leea Muir,
  • Oma Chiropractic,
  • MPP Peter Tabuns,
  • Samantha Sheppard, ReMax/Team Sheppard
  • Nell and Natasha

Our “Elves” include Councillor Paula Fletcher and Murray Henderson. We’re still looking for “Reindeer” and “Elf” sponsors – if you would like to support this program, please contact either John Campey (johnc@ralphthornton.org) or Jennifer Lay (marketing@riverside-to.com).

Tickets are $20 each ($10 for kids under 12). Get your tickets from the Riverside BIA office (office@riverside-to.com) or at the Ralph Thornton Community Centre, 765 Queen E, 3rd Floor Reception (or just get them at the door!). As well as great food, there will be a 50/50 draw, prizes, and – of course – antlers! More information at http://www.riverside-to.com/event/riverside-antler-breakfast-fundraiser-17/. You can also donate directly online to the Rivertowne Breakfast Program via: https://www.canadahelps.org/dn/11780 and choose ‘Rivertowne Breakfast program’ in the drop down menu. You will receive an emailed charitable receipt.

The Rivertowne Breakfast Program is championed by Rivertowne Safety 1st, a resident collective comprised of Toronto Community Housing leaders dedicated to making a positive impact in their community. The Breakfast Program runs every Friday, year-round to provide children, youth and families in the neighbourhood with a free, warm breakfast. It also brings people in the community together regardless of their age, income or background and builds a sense of community. This program is supported by a variety of community partners. The program runs in Rivertowne on Friday mornings, 7am-11am, at 50 Matilda Street, Toronto.

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