Thanks to everyone who came out to our Trivia and Speed Dating event last night! And a special thanks to Scott for coming by to accept our donations and tell us about CWDO’s activities.
Find out about upcoming events by joining our Meetup group here, and/or by emailing us at email@example.com to be put on our email list.
WHY: Fundraiser for Citizens with Disabilities – Ontario (CWDO promotes education and awareness about the social and physical barriers that prevent the full inclusion of persons with disabilities in Ontario).
WHAT: Trivia/Speed Dating Night: Meet eligible singles while raising money for a worthy organization
WHO: Men seeking to date women, and women seeking to date men
WHEN: Monday, September 29, 2014 at 7: 15 p.m.
WHERE: Firkin on Yonge (Upstairs), 207 Yonge Street, Toronto
COST: $20 ($15 students/under-employed) – 100% of admission goes directly to CWDO
RSVP TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT: firstname.lastname@example.org
Last year, veteran CBC journalist Bill Gillespie joined the labour movement to take a stand against Tim Hudak’s plan to institute “right to work” legislation, making the film Made in the USA: Tim Hudak’s Plan to Cut Your Wages. In the film, Gillespie travels south of the border to discover the real impact of “right to work” laws on working people.
On February 21st, Tim Hudak announced that he was dropping “right to work” from his platform.
Don’t miss this chance to see the documentary, and participate in a Q&A with Gillespie, where he will talk about why he decided to make this film, and provide a behind-the-scenes account of how this film had an impact on Hudak’s plans.
Here are the details:
WHAT: Screening of Made in the USA: Tim Hudak’s Plan to Cut Your Wages and Q&A with Director, Bill Gillespie. We may head to a pub after the event to mingle.
WHEN: Tuesday, March 4th, 6:15 p.m.
WHO: All singles!
WHERE: ING Direct Cafe (221 Yonge St, but enter off Shuter street)
WHY: This FREE event is to celebrate Justidate’s 1 year anniversary!
PLEASE RSVP TO JUSTIDATEEVENTS@GMAIL.COM TO LET US KNOW YOU PLAN TO ATTEND!
Thanks to everyone who came out to our singles bowling mixer/fundraiser! Together we raised $200 for RHAP!
EVENT: Singles ages 30-45 (M4W and W4M) Bowling Mixer Night
WHY: Fundraiser for RHAP (This program provides education and recreational activities for Riverdale Housing Action Group’s tenants and their children, who have been referred to this complex by local women’s shelters)
WHAT: Here’s your opportunity not to strike out with the same old mainstream dating! Want to meet other community-minded people, who want to connect with others who share similar values? This should be up your alley then…
WHEN: Thursday, February 6, 2014, 7:15 p.m.
WHERE: Bowling Lanes in Basement of Eastminster United Church (310 Danforth Avenue). Entrance on east side of church on Jackman Avenue.
HOW: Bring running / indoor shoes with you for bowling! Outdoor shoes can’t be used on the bowling alley. We will organize the event so that you will have the chance to chat with fun, eligible singles, and bowl a little (there are only a couple of lanes, so we’ll be taking turns bowling)
COST: $20 ($15.75 of which goes directly to the charity, $4.25 towards space rental)
THERE ARE LIMITED SPOTS! EMAIL email@example.com to reserve your place!
EVENT: Singles Craft Beer + Crafts Night (Open to all singles!)
WHY: Fundraiser for Art City in St. James Town (Charity providing free and accessible art programs to the children and youth of St. James Town)
WHAT: Schmooze and drink a wide variety of craft beers (or other drinks of your choice) with other awesome singles while working on fun craft projects!
WHEN: Sunday, September 29, 2013, 7:15 p.m.
WHERE: Betty’s (Upstairs Party Room) at 240 King Street East
COST: $20 covers admission and crafts ($15 of which goes directly to the charity, $5 towards craft supplies, all extra supplies at the end of the night will be donated to the charity). Beer not included in price.
Cost for students/seniors/under-employed: $15
PLEASE LET US KNOW IF YOU PLAN TO COME!: email firstname.lastname@example.org