JOIN US EVERY WEDNESDAY FOR OUR FAITH, HOPE & CHARITY LUNCHEONS
Our first Charity luncheon has been postponed by one week
Please join us on
Wednesday February 13th at noon.
NOON – 3PM
$15.00 MINIMUM DONATION
Join us for a buffet luncheon that Chef Steffan Howard and his team prepare, to show how we can all take part in cooking with local foods. Nothing fancy, no linens, self-serve, just offering the beauty of the Palais Royale and the beauty of Ontario cooking to you. Proceeds go to three of our favourite charities. Minimum $15.00 donation.
Established in 1999 when 6 mothers of children with special needs met to discuss the need for a support mechanism for themselves, their children and their family members to meet to discuss and create programs which provide support and services to people with physical and special needs and their families. Day programs for adults with a developmental disability age 21 and older is currently the main focus.
Gilda’s Club Greater Toronto is a registered charity that offers cancer support programming to those living with cancer along with their family and friends. Gilda’s Club also has bereavement programs to anyone who has lost someone to the disease. Our inclusive program of social, emotional and practical support for the “whole family” – adults, teens and children as well as their family and friends has proven its effectiveness and is regarded as an essential component of a complete cancer care plan and complement to medical treatments. By supporting Gilda’s Club Greater Toronto, you are helping to ensure that no one has to face cancer alone.
Launched in 1994 as a not-for-profit project of the American Ballroom Theater Company from New York City, Join the Dance Canada is an arts-in-education program teaching ballroom dance to grades five and six students of participating Toronto schools. Subject of the documentary film Mad Hot Ballroom and its founder Pierre Dulaine, this is hailed as an effective program for not only teaching social dance but also creating an atmosphere which allows students who are typically introverted and reserved, to step out and shine. It builds self-esteem and interactive social skills as it improves confidence and children’s ability to relate to others.