TIMERAISER-Wednesday, October 3rd, 2018@The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery
Photography By A.J.Lam.
“Do Good” was the theme on Wednesday, October 3rd, 2018 at The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery to celebrate Art and Social Good at Timeraiser Toronto 2018.
The mission was to invest in Canadian Contemporary Artists and raise Professional Labour Volunteer Hours for Nonprofit Organizations across the country, and in the process, host an incredible, substantial, accessible, and relevant party.
Here is what happend on a Wednesday in October.
23742 Hours Raised = $1.2M in Professional Labour Volunteer Hours
$31750 Invested in Local Artists = 101 Working Canadian Artists
1107 Guests = 1107 Awesome People Doing Good
The generous partners and sponsors included: National
Partner TD, Local Lead Event Partner AURORA, Community Development Partner J.W. Foundation, Media Partner Toronto Life, Community Supporters BUNZ, Center for Social Innovation, G Adventures, LAMB Developments, Summerhill Optometry. Moving Services provided by More Than A Mover. Beverages Provided by Ava Grace Vineyards, Flow Water, Jacobs Creek, J.P. Wisers, Station Cold Brew, Ungava Gin.
The featured Nonprofit contributors included: Citadel & Compagnie, Framework Foundation, Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup, Habitat for Humanity, Kensington Health, Relay Education, The 519, The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, Sistering, Volunteer Toronto, World Wildlife Foundation.
Timeraiser proves just how strong and supportive the community is., letting them know we are here to “DO GOOD.”
We would like to thank JAIME ROBSON, Managing Director / Directrice générale FRAMEWORK FOUNDATION | TIMERAISER for the invitation to this event and we look forward to TIMERAISER for 2019.