Taking Root - Shoresh's Annual Fundraiser

by Shoresh Jewish Environmental Programs

  • Wednesday, 15 November 2017 from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM (EST)
  • York Mills Gallery 1885 Leslie St, Toronto, ON M3B 2M3

Ticket Information

Ticket sales for this event are now closed.


Join us for an evening to schmooze, nosh on tons of guilt-free food and drink, and celebrate Shoresh’s important work of protecting the environment for future generations. Proceeds from Taking Root directly support Shoresh's transformative work connecting the community to nature through experiential education.

All are welcome! If you like great food and drink from the greatest makers, plus want to support an environmental organization and get connected to your community, this event is for you. 

All ticket purchases are donations to Shoresh. Charitable tax-receipts will be emailed to you upon purchase by Canada Helps - a non-profit, secure online donation site that serves many Canadian charities.

GET INVOLVED: For more information, contact Sabrina Malach at 416-805-8382 or sabrina@shoresh.ca.



Parking available on site. 

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York Mills Gallery
1885 Leslie St, Toronto, ON M3B 2M3

15 November 2017
Wednesday, 15 November 2017 6:30 PM (EST)


It takes a community to work together to support an important cause! Please consider joining our planning committee or volunteering during the event. Let us know if you have the time and energy to help out. 


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Shoresh Jewish Environmental Programs
132 Cedric Avenue
Toronto , ON

About This Charity

Shoresh is the Hebrew word for “root.” Grounded in Canadian soil, Shoresh helps community members get back to their Jewish roots. Shoresh exists to nurture a regional Jewish community that sees environmental ethics as a core element of Jewish identity and is actively committed to responsible stewardship of the earth. We do this through educational programs, experiences, and actions that cultivate a sense of awe and wonder for the natural world and that inspire active and meaningful change. At the Kavanah Garden in Vaughan, Maxie's Garden in Kensington Market, Bela Farm in Hillsburgh, and through gardens, schools, synagogues, camps, and urban green spaces throughout the Greater Toronto Area, we help our community engage with the natural world from a place of profound radical amazement.