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On May 6, 2010 The Ontario Science Center will be transformed into a wonderland of sensational surprises and unexpected delights for the 4th annual LG Innovators’ Ball.
Enter the enchanted world of Midnight Spell with food, drink, decor and entertainment that will have you second guessing your senses.
Dance the night away while feasting on scrumptious appetizers and imbibing potions and elixirs concocted specially for this event.
Date: Thursday, May 6, 2010
Time: 8:30pm – 1:30 am
Location: Ontario Science Center, 770 Don Mills Road
Cost: $150 per ticket
Purchase your tickets soon!
Join Hope House on May 27, 2010 for a VIP fundraising event and after party at the Palais Royale!
In 2004 the film Born into Brothels won the Academy Award for Best Documentary. The Film tells a powerful story about young children in Calcutta’s red light district struggling to break a cycle of poverty and prostitution.
Soon after, the film makers set up ‘Kids with Cameras’ a non-profit organization that teaches the art of photography to marginalized children in communities around the world. Kids With Cameras uses photography to capture the imaginations of children, to empower them, building confidence, self-esteem and hope.
Kids With Cameras plans to break ground in early 2010 to construct Hope House (Asha Niwas).
The goal for Toronto’s fundraiser is to raise $25,000 – $50,000 US to build a music room in the Asha Niwas Hope House. The house will become a safe haven for 100 girls to live and study. There will be psychological and physical care on site and the house will be built with sustainable architecture.
VIP Event – Indian Garden Party
Time: 7 – 9:30 pm
Cost: $250 per ticket
Enjoy a celebrity chef dinner and open bar at the elegant VIP reception. The reception will also feature the Born into Brothels composer accompanied by a children’s choir.
Time: 9:30 pm – 1:00 am
Cost: $100 per ticket
DJ Rekha from New York City will be providing the soundtrack for this Hollywood meets Bollywood themed night. Enjoy samplings from Dessert and Liqueur stations while you get your henna tattoo!
Follow the link for more information on The Hope House Toronto Fundraiser.
In his inauguration speech Barack Obama spoke to the citizens of the world and reminded us that we each have a responsibility to the wider community. That is to look after those less fortunate than ourselves.
So how do we go about doing just that? How can one person’s actions make a difference to those around us who are in need? That’s a truly difficult assignment but, if a group of like-minded people can band together and put their individual talents and imagination together, who knows what could happen?
Such a group of people already exists and has in fact existed for over 100 years. That organization is called ROTARY and is open to your membership. The local club “Toronto Don Valley” meets every Thursday morning for a mix of fellowship, sustenance in the form of a light breakfast, and most important of all to hear ideas for the betterment of our world that we can put into action.
On Thursday, March 4th 2010 Deborah Lewis, CMP, and CEO of CityEvents was asked to speak to the members of the “ Toronto Don Valley” Rotary at their weekly meeting. She gave insight and guidance on the process of planning and promoting a non-profit event in the community. As well as some helpful tips and tricks on the staging of the event itself.Deborah is tirelessly committed to her community. She was a mentor with the TRIDEC mentoring program, a previous Rotary member, and remained on the fund-raising committee for the New Leaders of Sunnybrook Foundation for the past 10 years. Currently she works on The Fireball for Sheena’s Place.
Fastlane is coming to your Community with, FastLane in the Community. April’s FastLane centers around what you as a Torontonian can do to give back to the community. Join us to learn more from your local organizations.
After last yeas success, FastLane has once again partnered with United Way GeNext, Encouraging Torontonians to make a difference, by becoming involved with United Way Toronto through giving and volunteering.
Other community partners include the Junior League of Toronto, an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism. And Volunteer Toronto, connecting people through volunteer opportunities.
Kultura will once again host April’s FastLane, absorb the rustic appeal of Kultura at this unique networking experience.
Join us with FastLaneon April 13, 2010 and take the chance to meet young professionals, build relationships and fulfill your career, community, lifestyle and social goals.
FastLane Networking Theme: FastLane in the Community
Cost: On-line Advance $25 or $35 at the Door, 2 for $40 in advance
Date: Tuesday, April 13, 2010
Time: 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Location: Kultura, 169 King Street E
For Tickets Visit : https://secure.gettickets.ca/?event=15620
Remember to purchase your tickets soon, as space is limited.
*Your ticket includes a complementary beverage, hors d’oeuvres and a gift bag valued at over $50.00
Join our FastLane Facebook Group and check out the Event Listing!