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On Sunday October 22nd the Corsage Project will be walking, running and dancing their way across the finish line at the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon. Once again participants will be talking part in the 5 km, half marathon and full marathon to raise money for the annual Boutique Ball and the Children’s Aid Foundation of Canada as part of the marathon’s Charity Challenge.

This year Team Corsage has a goal of raising $10,000. That money will go directly toward helping provide prom attire — free of charge — to Toronto-area young women and LGBT youth facing economic barriers.

Are you looking to lace up for a good cause? Join Team Corsage today! Email teamcorsage2016@gmail.com with your commitment and you’ll receive a free registration pin code, or click here to donate today!

 

 

 

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A big congratulations are in order for members of Team Corsage, who recently took on the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon to raise funds for The Corsage Project.

Team Corsage came together to run or walk anywhere from 5KM to a full marathon in support the young women they work with each year at their Boutique Ball. This year, the team raised a whopping $9,233.00. That money will go directly toward helping provide prom attire — free of charge — to Toronto-area young women and LGBT youth facing economic barriers. Together, with the support of their donors, they’re also raising funds for post-secondary scholarships. Congrats to the runners, volunteers, cheerleaders and team organizers!

As runner and committee member Leonie Tomlinson said in a recent Children’s Aid Foundation spotlight: this team “is an extraordinary group of like-minded individuals actively engaged in giving back to the community by way of walking, running, or volunteering to improve the quality of life of Toronto’s most vulnerable residents.”

Want to get involved with The Corsage Project? Head to their website now.

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On the night of September 15, Team Corsage Project was very proud to attend the 17th annual CAFDN Recognition Night.

Honouring the strength and resilience of Their funding recipients and the generosity of their donors and volunteers, the Children’s Aid Foundation once again took-over Koerner Hall to recognize over two hundred scholarship and funding recipients, along with this year’s award recipients: Lynn Factor and The Slaight Family Foundation.

Hosted by Cityline’s Tracy Moore, the evening’s highlights included speeches from youth speakers, Tamia, Breanna, and Jemal, along with the parade of 2016 Graduates.

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Plus, the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon is only a few weeks away! Team Corsage member Leonie Tomlinson was recently featured on the CAFDN blog. Here’s just a sample of what she had to say about why she runs for The Corsage Project:

“The Corsage Project is a rewarding environment powered by the generosity of volunteers. For many of us, mention of the word Prom conjures up wonderful memories and endless smiles, however, for many high school aged young women, all the attributes of prom – dress, hair, accessories, and transportation are burdensome financially. The Corsage Project alleviates financial burdens associated with purchasing prom attire and creates opportunity for young women to partake in their proms.”

Donate to Team Hope here.

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