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MEDIA ADVISORY: CELEBRATING OUR LEADERS IN PHILANTHROPY AWARDS

Community Living Toronto celebrating our volunteers and donors with “Leaders in Philanthropy Awards”. Hosting our event is CP24’s Arda Zakarian. We are celebrating the contributions our volunteers and donors during National Volunteer Week.

Tuesday April 17th, 2018 – Toronto – On Wednesday April 18th, 2018, Community Living Toronto will be hosting Leaders in Philanthropy Awards, the Association’s event celebrating the Volunteers and Donors who have gone above and beyond to benefit the lives of individuals with an intellectual disability. All of our volunteers make a difference in the lives of people with an intellectual disability, where they live, work and play. We are so grateful for all our dedicated volunteers at Community Living Toronto for committing to achieving our mission and vision for a society where everyone belongs. A society where everyone is valued.

This year the Volunteers and Donors recognized are:

Emory Gilbert

Joni Fico

Shaukat Jahan Daisy

Linda Capesky

Doug Crellin

Eric Oitzl

David Layton

Agnes Samler

Betty Jane Wylie

Gary Ouellette

Mark and Lisa Ayles

Mark Unger

Nicholas Macrae

State Street

Parkview Manor will host the Leaders in Philanthropy Awards with live music, a light reception, and cash bar following the awards.

Media are invited to attend:

WHAT:               Leaders in Philanthropy Awards
WHO:                  Community Living Toronto

Entertainment: Toronto Jazz Collective 

Hosted by CP24’s Arda Zakarian

WHEN:               Wednesday April 18th
5:00pm-8:30pm

WHERE:             Parkview Manor

                              55 Barber Greene Road, Don Mills

(Major intersection: Don Mills Rd. and Eglinton Ave.)

For over 70 years, Community Living Toronto has been a source of support for thousands of individuals with intellectual disabilities and their families searching for accessible and meaningful, community-based lifestyles. We strive to change the lives of people with an intellectual disability by giving them a voice and supporting their choices where they live, learn, work and play.

For more information about Community Living Toronto, please visit: www.communitylivingtoronto.ca

 

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For more information, please contact:

Karla Dendrinos, Community Living Toronto

647-501-2075

karla.dendrinos@cltoronto.ca

 

Download the PDF version here: MEDIA ADVISORY- Leaders in Philanthrophy Awards 2018