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Party With Toronto’s Real Estate Industry for a Good Cause This Holiday Season

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Now that November is underway, it means that the busy holiday season and all of the festive soirees that come with it will soon be here.

And, if you’ve been keen to get into the holiday spirit and embrace the giving season, we’d be remiss to not tell you about an upcoming party in which all proceeds will go directly to the Child Development Institute (CDI). Yup, every last cent.

After most likely spending little to no time socializing last year, there’s no better time to get dressed up in your holiday best and mingle with Toronto’s real estate industry while raising money for a good cause.

Just two weeks from now, on Friday, November 19, you can join 400 of Toronto’s finest real estate development professionals and enjoy an evening of music, food, drinks, and fun at one of the oldest and most striking buildings in the downtown core — 134 Peter Street.

Hosted by Norm Li and Gladstone Media, the party will unite members of the real estate industry in the hopes of raising much-needed funds for The Child Development Institute, an agency that supports thousands of young people and their families in Toronto by providing mental health services, family counselling, and affordable child care.

Host Jason Lam, VP Sales and Marketing of Centrecourt Developments

Partygoers can look forward to live music from DJ Starting From Scratch and Harm and Ease, while Atai Bistro will be serving up tasty bites

To purchase a ticket, you need to make an individual donation of at least $100 on the CDI website. Of course, the option to donate more is always available. However, after the first 100 donations are made, the minimum ticket price will increase to $150. Once you have made your donation, your ticket will be emailed to you within 24 hours.

If there was ever a time to get dressed up, reconnect with the industry, have some fun, and give back all at the same time, this is it! Don’t miss out on this ‘Party for Good.’ 

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