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Upcoming Featured Event

IMPORTANT UPDATE: DUE TO THE COVID-19 VIRUS THE DATE AND TIME HAS CHANGED FOR THIS EVENT.

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Meet the Title Sponsor

Meet The Co-op Students From Guelph Humber University

Our Amazing Silent Auction and Raffle Items

Trip Voucher to resort of your choice Club Regina Los Cabo, Cancun or Puerto Vallarta, Room Only, 7 nights 8 days value $1900
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Steeped Tea Gift Basket – Donated by Doris VanBarneveld Consultant
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Pampered Chef Gift Basket – donated by Doris VanBarneveld Pampered Chef Consultant
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Mary Kay Gift Basket donated by Doris VanBarneveld
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Air Riderz Trampoline Park
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Photo shoot with Andrew at the Rachel Neville Studio in New York Value over $1500 US
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The Underground Dance Centre 2 passes for 5 classes
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Shoppers Drug Mart gift basket
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Lumos Yoga and Movement – you and a guest for 3 private sessions
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50 Dollar Gift Certificates to Second Skin
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Davids Tea Basket
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Starbucks Baskets
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One Night at the Best Western Premier in Winnipeg
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One Night at The New York Lotte Palace in New York
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and much much more including: 

Two Economy Class return tickets for travel to any Air Canada scheduled destination in North America including Hawaii, Mexico and the Caribbean will be available as a raffle prize.

Rich & unique, a renaissance-styled portrait from Artage is like nothing you’ve seen before. Marrying the principles of traditional portraiture with contemporary styling, it’s the perfect blend of Mona Lisa and Vanity Fair. Our donation includes all fees, a 20” wall portrait on canvas with lavish artistry and home delivery. We kindly ask that the minimum bid starts at $300. Valued at $5000.

Thank Yous

A big thank you goes out to the following for their generous donations to the Ballet and Brunch event:

Air Canada Foundation
Infinidiv
Artage, The Masterpiece That's You
Guelph Humber University
Global News
Ikea Etobicoke
Regional Councillor from the city of Vaughan Gino Rosati
Dana Glickman

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Testimonials

The Buddha once said “It is during our darkest moments that we must focus to see the light.” a quote that amongst others about tranquility, peace, and kindness can describe the work done by Crafting for a Cure. Crafting for a Cure in its innate value focuses on the light of a singular moment, an important moment, in fact, the most important moment; the present. The present is a crucial piece of our existence. It can be found in the midst of an illness, or in a routine check up. The present isn’t always a nice place to be, it can be anxious, especially in those scenarios. However, that stress can simply be cured by the work of the hand; paint, colour, beading, you name it.

Crafting for a Cure; a Pure Mission

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To begin, my experiences with Crafting for a Cure began in grade seven, when I had just moved schools and a new friend of mine invited me over to make bracelets for her mother’s Charity. At the time, I knew absolutely nothing about Crafting for a Cure, but after crafting and listening to my friend’s mother, Pamela Bielak, explain why Crafting for a Cure was created, and how easy it was to get involved, even at just 12 years old, I knew I had to get started immediately.

My Experiences with Crafting for a Cure

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For anyone who has not heard of Crafting for a Cure, I would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to this outstanding charity I have been supporting and raising funds for their annual Kilometers for Kids (K for K) walkathon since I was 7 years old. I would also like to introduce its President, Mrs. Pamela Bielak, affectionately known as Mrs. B, who is the heart and soul of this charity.

Why I Believe In Crafting For A Cure

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