Doorsteps Neighbourhood Services Celebrating 15 Years

Jacqueline St. Kitts Myers, Coordinator

Jacqueline St. Kitts Myers

Join the celebration! On Saturday, October 26, 2013 Doorsteps Neighbourhood Services will be celebrating 15 years of community resiliency. This is our annual fundraising Masquerade Ball at the Paradise Banquet & Convention Centre, 7601 Jane Street 7pm

Doorsteps Neighbourhood Services is located in the Black Creek, Jane/Chalkfarm and Jane/Finch communities. We are positioned in three of the most ethnically and racially diverse neighbourhoods in the City of Toronto.

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Come and learn, and socialize with keynote speaker Debbie Douglas, Executive Director of Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants (OCASI), and guest speakers, Axelle Janczur, Executive Director of Access Alliance Multicultural Health and Community Services and Kris Boyce, Chief Executive Officer of Greenwin Inc. Speakers will discuss the social issues that newcomers/immigrants are coping with, health and poverty, as well as the benefits of public, private partnerships as it relates to housing sustainability.

We are highlighting our youth entrepreneurs from ASCEND, several of whom have donated their products and services for the 50-50 Silent Auction. Make a bid on their business success!

We want you there as part of the learning, building and celebrating community resiliency! Proceeds from this event will directly support our children and youth services, and the United Way.

You can purchase your tickets directly at ASCEND, 2350 Finch Ave. W. 647-347-5997 (Weston and Finch). Or buy a table; bring your family, friends and colleagues. You will receive a charitable receipt of $25.00 for every ticket purchase. 

Our community and our programs are counting on your support. Please buy your ticket, so we can continue to invest in building community resiliency. It is the time for giving! 

Visit http://www.doorsteps.ca/ To learn more!


Our store, ASCEND, is now open for business at 2350 Finch Ave West unit B. For more information, please call 647 347 5997 or visit the Ascend's home on the Web, the YEN siteASCEND is a part of the Youth Enterprise Network (YEN) initiative.

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