Cover Me Urban
Save the date….tickets are now on sale!
WHEN: Wednesday, April 10, 2019, 6:30 pm
WHERE: The Rec Room (Toronto Roundhouse), 255 Bremner Blvd., Toronto.
WHAT: Enter the neighborhoods of Toronto in an electric celebration of urban sights and sounds. Enjoy street foods from around the world prepared by Toronto chefs, wine, beer, and street entertainment celebrating music, art and urban living. This is not your traditional gala evening at all. YWS youth will share in the evening’s fun by volunteering along with the chefs. A vibrant mix of sights, sounds and fun await!
Celebrate the sights and sounds of Toronto with music from Second Nature, caricatures, air brush tattoo art, urban dance, silent auction, raffle, special game access…and many more experiences, while exploring such Cover Me Urban neighborhoods as High Park, Distillery, Kensington Market, Queen West, and The Junction.
Check back here for frequent updates on food, drink, auction, raffle and experiences.
Here’s a sneak peak of one of our exciting silent auction items that you can bid on at Cover Me Urban 2019… Michelle Obama Tickets, donated by Pattison Outdoor Advertising! Includes four seats plus complimentary food & drink in the Pattison Outdoor Advertising Box at Scotiabank Arena May 4th, 8:00pm (Value of $1150)!
YOUR COVER ME URBAN HOST: Cabral “Cabbie” Richards, Canadian sports personality on Sportscentre on TSN, returns!
WHY: Cover Me Urban raises critical funds for Youth Without Shelter’s Life Skills, Culinary and Employment and Housing and After-Care Programs. Combined these essential programs equip more than 1,000 youth each year with the skills and resources to transition to a safe place to call home.
TICKETS: $125 per ticket includes all food and drink.
SPECIAL GROUP TICKET PROMO: 4 tickets for $450. *On-line group ticket charitable receipt will be issued in the name of the primary purchaser. For further details please contact our Development Office at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 416.748.0110 ext. 26.
Tax receipts will be issued for the maximum allowable amount.
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