Building Heart 2018


  • Thursday, 26 April 2018 from 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM (EDT)
  • District Social 842 College Street, Toronto, ON M6H 1A2

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Join us for an inspirational evening in celebration of Heart to Heart. Heart to Heart supports a new generation of young Jewish and Palestinian citizens of Israel to become leaders who recognize the importance of building a shared society, and possess the relationships and skills to make it a reality. Building Heart is an annual opportunity to learn more about our programming, hear from those most closely impacted by our work, and support the future of the project. Delicious food, inspiring speakers, talented entertainment, building shared society, what's not to like? See you there! 


Venue: District Social (formerly District Oven), located at 842 College St, Toronto

Date and Time: Thursday April 26th, 2018. Doors open at 6:00 PM. Event ends at 9:30 PM. 

Getting there: District Social is easily accessible via the TTC. There is paid street parking available on College St and Ossington Ave. There is also free parking on many of the nearby residential streets. Be sure to check the street signs before parking!

Tickets: $120 per person.

Dinner: A delicious dinner will be provided by District Social with both fish and vegetarian mains (halal and kosher by ingredient). Hechsher kosher meals for those who pre-order them when purchasing tickets will be provided by a kosher caterer. 

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Judith Ramirez

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David Mock


D'Arcy Martin

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Tamar Ishaky

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Mark S. Anshan

Rodica David



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District Social
842 College Street, Toronto, ON M6H 1A2

26 April 2018
Thursday, 26 April 2018 6:00 PM (EDT)


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About This Charity

Heart to Heart is a joint project of Givat Haviva and Hashomer Hatzair - Camp Shomria Canada dedicated to supporting a new generation of young Jewish and Palestinian citizens of Israel to be leaders for shared society. Since 2011, we have been running a summer program hosted primarily at Camp Shomria for youth leaders from Israel, both Jewish and Palestinian citizens, focused on building relationships and skills needed to build a more shared society back home. Back home after the summer we support our alumni to continue meeting one another to deepen their relationships, continue learning together and from one another, and to take joint action in their communities.