December 14

Choose Joy + Do Good @The Richmond Mon.,December 11th,2017

Monday evening was Toronto’s first snowfall, and ”GOOD TO BE GOOD”, with partner “NAGI”, threw their last event for 2017-‘Choose Joy + Do Good’on December 11th at The Richmond. This event is dedicated to raising funds for the Community Food Centres charity whose services assist food banks throughout our city.
It was a festive evening, with food, drinks and cheers to the supporters and collaborators, while supporting community’s need for food security and social inclusion.
All ticket proceeds and donations benefited the Community Food Centres Canada.
Guest enjoyed nourishing food provided by B Good, delicious desserts by Sweet Carnival Cakes and wine courtesy of Vieni Estates at The Richmond.

Guest and supporters purchased tickets as part of their generous donation. With their help, the event raised about 2K in proceeds! It was a beautiful evening of healthy food, adult beverages, desserts, live music by Matt Morgan Trio and good spirits.

The sponsors included: LocalBoom, The Richmond, Flow Water, b.good Canada, Kensington Brewing Company, Vieni Estates Wine and Spirits, Sweet Carnival Cakes, DJ Joshua Richards, Milano Espresso bar and One Stop Print Shop.
About NAGI

NAGI offers a curated selection of nutritionally balanced energy bars and snacks. Made in Canada, they are raw, organic, non-gmo, vegan, as well as gluten-, soy-, and dairy-free… and delicious, too. In Polish, nagi means naked.

About Good To Be Good

A community-wide initiative to ignite social change and raise donations to support the long term vitality of shelter services and charities.

About Community Food Centres Canada

Community Food Centres Canada provides ideas, resources and a proven approach to partner organizations across Canada so they can establish responsive, well-resourced community food centres. These centres work to bring people together to grow, cook, share, and advocate for good food. With our partners and communities, we are working toward a healthy and fair food system.

We would like to thank Char San Pedro for the invitation to this event.