The World That's Possible: A War Child Gala

Community:Toronto
Location:The Royal Ontario Museum
Address:100 Queens Park Toronto Map
Start date:December 5, 2022
Time:06:00 PM – 10:30 PM
Email:gala@warchild.ca

You’re invited to a spectacular evening of celebration and philanthropy with War Child!

Join us on December 5th at the Royal Ontario Museum as we come together to illuminate humanity’s vast potential to create a better world.

You will enjoy an exclusive, thoughtfully curated evening featuring:

🍽️ Gourmet international cuisine, prepared by Chef Mark McEwan and inspired by the regions where War Child works.

🎙️ World-class entertainment, storytelling, and philanthropy.LIVE Performances by Emily Haines and James Shaw of Metric, Chantal Kreviazuk, Colin Mochrie and Debra McGrath, JP Saxe, Josh Radnor, Arthur Simeon, Em Beihold, and more!

🥁A live and silent auction with art, exclusive experiences, and must have items!

🏆 An awards ceremony celebrating humanitarian leaders in our community.

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War Child's work is needed now more than ever before. Funds raised will provide conflict-affected children and families with essential programs that give them the chance to escape cycles of violence and poverty and create a brighter future for themselves and their communities.

About War Child

War Child is an acclaimed humanitarian organization that has been protecting children from the brutal impact of war and violence for the past 20 years.

Using a bold, community-driven approach, War Child delivers programs that give children the best chance of overcoming the challenges of war and growing up to see a brighter future. War Child makes it possible for children to get back to school, protects their rights, and gives their families the tools they need to escape poverty. This is accomplished with a long-term focus, 99% local staff, and by investing over 85% of every dollar in our overseas programming. War Child Canada supports over 600,000 conflict-affected people every year.

Click here to learn more about War Child Canada