Thinking of joining us for some upcoming events in the Toronto area? See you there!
Join us on Sunday, April 29, 2018 for a 90-minute stroll through the Downtown West neighbourhood of Toronto, where we find a rich history of the city and many old and new architectural gems! Registration starts at 1pm, and the walking tours run from 2 to 4pm (rain or shine).
Walking tours are hosted by knowledgeable enthusiasts of Toronto architecture who explain the history and significance of many buildings in the area. The Gems Walk is followed by a social event.
The GEMS Walk starts at David Pecaut Square, 260 King West. Visit our website at www.hscevents.ca/GemsWalk for more information, to print a brochure/pledge sheet, and to create your personalized fundraising page. You can also email Ellen at email@example.com for more information.
Let’s celebrate together the coming of spring! On April 29th from 4:00-6:00pm the Toronto Chapter is hosting a FREE Spring Social for those impacted by Huntington disease (HD) or interested in making a difference in the lives of those impacted by HD.
The venue is a great traditional British-style pub. This is a family-friendly event for all ages and stages to enjoy the camaraderie of the HD community. Register at: www.hscevents.ca/TOSocial
Join us for: camaraderie, free pub snacks, mixer game, balloons for the kids, surprise prize giveaways and more! Please note: the snacks are on us, but alcoholic beverages are at your own expense.
Run for Huntington Disease 2018
Join us at the Run for Huntington Disease in support of the Huntington Society of Canada. Join our 5k or 10k Run, or 5k Hike to support HD! Both kids and adults are welcome to participate. Participants receive a special 10th anniversary gift, early-bird pricing until May 24, and a new 10k course!
- Date: Sunday, June 24, 2018 from 8 am until noon
- Location: Wilket Creek Park, Picnic Site #2, 1120 Leslie Street, Toronto
- Race Times: 9:15 am
For more information and to register via the Running Room, click here.
Online fundraising with photo/video opens soon to help raise funds to:
- Cure Huntington disease through world-leading HD research;
- Support everyone affected; raise awareness of the devastation of HD (NBC correspondent Charles Sabine’s story)
From a past participant on this great event: “What an amazing experience it was. You had come into the Running Room in Vaughan to talk about the Run for Huntington Disease and I was SO inspired. I’ve never felt such a sense of community the way I did at the race… a moment that truly changed my life and my outlook on HD. Thanks for coming to Running Room that night and for all your efforts bringing so many people together.”
If you can’t participate, there are other ways to help! To volunteer, donate, sponsor or help promote this event, call/text 647.238.6294 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. On Facebook, use this page to invite others to this important event.
Your impact is local and national, lifting 50,000 Canadians touched by HD and ensuring crucially-needed support services remain available to local families and individuals who may be alone or socially isolated. Your support also helps to ensure that counselling and support groups continue to be delivered by amazing, dedicated social workers.
May we please count on you? Keep striving and smiling,
Tim Irwin, co-chair
Run for Huntington Disease 2018
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