Ramp Up 2016

par StopGap Foundation

  • jeudi, 16 juin 2016 de 7:00 Après-midi à vendredi, 17 juin 2016 12:00 Après-midi (HAE)
  • Brightworks HQ 100 Broadview Avenue , Toronto, ON M4M 3H3

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Please join us for Ramp Up 2016 - our annual FUNraiser to support the work of the Stopgap Foundation! With your generous support from last year’s Ramp Up event, we were able to build 400 new ramps and support Community Ramp Projects in 15 communities!  

We are thrilled to have 10 local artists create one of kind ramps that we'll be auctioning off at the event. Help make an impact and support accessibility for all!

Thanks to the amazing team at Brightworks, we’ll be hosting the event again this year at their location. With the generous support of Uber, all attendees will receive free rides to and from the event using UberWave. 

Most importantly, we are super excited to celebrate with our community! We could not do what we do without all of you and cannot wait to raise a glass and thank you in person!!

 

Détails

  • 7:00pm  -12:00am
  • Beer and Wine provided 
  • Finger foods to be provided  
  • Killer silent auction
  • Incredible one of a kind opportunity to bid on ramps created by 10 amazing local artists
  • Tax receipts can be provided for donations 

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Brightworks HQ
100 Broadview Avenue , Toronto, ON M4M 3H3

16 juin 2016
jeudi, 16 juin 2016 7:00 Après-midi (HAE)

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Centre for Social Innovation
215 Spadina Avenue
Toronto , ON
M5T 2C7

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Physical barriers in our communities prevent many people from enjoying some of the amazing buildings and spaces that our cities and communities have to offer. With material donations from community hardware stores and volunteer labour from inspired community members businesses with single stepped storefronts are invited to have a custom ramp built. The project has introduced many to the human right to equal access and has broadened the conversation on this topic. The brightly coloured ramps not only increase accessibility, they spark curiosity and get people talking about this important issue of accessibility in their community.