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Sunday, November 13, 2016
Metro Toronto Convention Centre
222 Bremner Boulevard
Constitution Hall, North Building, Lower Level
6:00 pm: Cocktail Reception
7:00 pm: Dinner and Evening Program
Reserved Seating – $500 A charitable tax receipt will be provided for the maximum amount allowable.
Students – $250
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD PRESENTATION to Ruth W. Messinger, Global Ambassador and past President of American Jewish World Service, once named as the 6th most influential Jew in the world by The Jerusalem Post
IMPACTFUL LIFE STORIES illustrating Ve’ahavta’s transformative work as told by program participants.
INSPIRATIONAL MESSAGE from Avrum Rosensweig, Ve’ahavta’s Founder and CEO.
GALA DINNER AND EVENING PROGRAM Kashrut Observed.
HOSTED by Jonathan Kay, Editor-in-Chief for The Walrus and contributor for the National Post.
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT by Katt Budd. Katt is a singer-songwriter who busks for a living. Katt describes the homeless population as her “street family” a place where you are always accepted. She is involved in street culture and organizes music gigs, including for traveling musicians passing through town like the Railyard Ghosts.
Ve’ahavta’s annual gala and major fundraising event, Starry Nights, inspires guests by celebrating humanitarian achievements, and recognizing the generous support of over 2,200 individuals, foundations, and businesses.
Source: Whats on Toronto original article at Starry Nights Ve’ahavta’s Tikun Olam Awards Ceremony