The 11th annual Coldest Night of the Year event met its fundraising goals this month despite setbacks due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Home cooks from around the world made a comfort-food favourite on Family Day in support of Toronto’s Daily Bread Food Bank. The Chef Upstairs, a cooking studio in Toronto, hosted the world’s largest virtual cooking…
A youth hockey team in Durham Region spent the winter raising cans of soup for charity by playing video games, creating a ripple effect within the community. The Durham Crusaders competed for the Chevrolet Good…
Restaurants in Toronto are providing free meals to frontline health-care workers through a new organization called Feed the Frontlines T.O. It’s helping them stay in business during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jackie and Annie Sahagian harnessed the power of social media to raise awareness about the conflict in Armenia and sell stickers that benefit Artsakh.
Paul and Tina Turner are lifelong residents of Welland, Ont. They have seen it at its height when it was a bustling steel town providing jobs for thousands of locals in the 1960s and 70s….
On Monday, ACTRA and AYA hosted a holiday fundraiser for PAL Toronto and it was a night filled with experienced talented performers.
While the Corn Roast was a fun day for the community, “the event aims at raising money towards building a new hospice in Toronto.”
Over 1,000 people attended the Pignic, as children and adults alike brought their prized pets to mix and mingle with guinea pigs of different breeds and sizes.
Matt Freeman’s annual Toronto Speedo Santa has become a family tradition.
It involves dozens of people running in speedos raising money for Sick Kids.