On Tuesday, June 5, Corktown’s Enoch Turner Schoolhouse played host to the inaugural Starlit Night, a fundraising gala put on by Moorelands Community Services, a 100-year-old Toronto charity. Described as the first-ever un-gala-like “camp gala”, it was held to help send children affected by poverty to camp.
The event was a huge success with more than $70,000 raised.
Former City of Toronto mayor, David Miller delivers a special address at Moorelands Community Services’ inaugural Starlit Night charity fundraiser at the Enoch Turner School House yesterday evening. This was the city’s first-ever “camp gala” that raised $70,000 to send children affected by poverty to its ever-popular, 95-year-old Wilderness Camp on Lake Kawagama in Dorset, Ontario.
Camp counsellors from Toronto children’s charity Moorelands Community Services perform at the inaugural Starlit Night, at the Enoch Turner School House yesterday evening. It was the city’s first-ever “camp gala” that raised more than $70,000 to help send children affected by poverty to its ever-popular 95-year-old Wilderness Camp on Lake Kawagama in Dorset, Ontario.
For more information on the charity and how to donate, visit the Moorelands Community Services website.
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