Food For The Poor Canada Thanksgiving Lunch


  • dimanche, 22 octobre 2017 de 11:30 Matin à 2:00 Après-midi (HAE)
  • The Toronto Hunt Club 1355 Kingston Road, Toronto, ON M1N 1R1

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Please join Food For The Poor Canada for our Annual Thanksgiving and Fundraising Luncheon to kick off our 10th Anniversary Celebrations.

The most beautiful spot in Toronto, the Toronto Hunt Club, welcomes you with a fabulous meal, warm friends and the best view this side of the Caribbean.We look forward to celebrating your work over the last year and raising funds to continue to change the lives of children, families and communities one by one in the Caribbean and Latin America.

Please join us as we give thanks, raise funds to build schools and homes in Jamaica and Haiti, share your accomplishments and celebrate our anniversary with a special announcement



The Toronto Hunt is off Kingston Road, the entrance is not well signed, between Warden Rd and Victoria Rd.

Dress is Business Casual. No Jeans or Cell phones

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The Toronto Hunt Club
1355 Kingston Road, Toronto, ON M1N 1R1

22 octobre 2017
dimanche, 22 octobre 2017 11:30 Matin (HAE)


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Food For The Poor Canada provides basic aid and sustainable development to communities in the Caribbean and Latin America. We are an interdenominational Christian organisation that works to empower communities through five areas of programming: food, housing, education, health and livelihood. Using a unique and powerful combination of basic aid and sustainable development, we respond to urgent needs while building community and social infrastructure. Our goal is to create prosperous communities where children and their families have what they need to flourish. “We provide basic needs while helping communities build the social and community infrastructure they are not able to build on their own.”