The sixth annual fundraiser Ultimate Jet Set Experience, featured an auction with fabulous trips aboard private jets in support of the Toronto Kiwanis Boys and Girls Club. The evening on Nov 7th, 2012 was hosted by Zaib Shaikh, best known for his role in CBC’s Little Mosque on the Prairie.
The young and enthusiastic Dionne Quintyn reflected back on her experience with the Kiwanis Club growing up and how it positively helped her own personal situation.
DJ Floh Back provided the musical ambience while Oliver & Bonacini had great gourmet food stations and hors d’oeurves to accompany the reception set up throughout great Arcadian Loft venue.
ABOUT THE TORONTO KIWANIS BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB
The Toronto Kiwanis Boys & Girls Clubs is a member organization of Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada. Founded in 1936 by the Kiwanis Club of Toronto, the Clubs have been providing a safe place for after-school, evening and school break programs. The Clubs serves 1,100 children and youth in the Regent Park, Cabbagetown and Trinity Bellwoods communities annually.
With a rich 75-year history the Club has helped over 50,000 children discover, develop and achieve their full potential by providing a continuum of after-school programs and services for children and youth between the ages of six to 24. The Club, a United Way member agency, is a leading non-profit provider of programs that support the healthy physical, education and social development of Toronto`s children and youth.
The Club provides children from low-income families with supervised after-school activities centred on literacy and learning; cooking and nutrition; creative arts; physical activity; personal development; career development and leadership training. Sixty-nine percent of the Club’s families earn less than 20 thousand dollars annually.
To learn more, please visit www.believeinkids.ca
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