9th Annual Riverside Antler Breakfast
December 12 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Now in its 9th year, the Riverside Antler Breakfast raises funds in support of the year-round operation of the local Rivertowne Breakfast Program. While we cannot get together this year, you are invited to experience the fun of the in-person event, virtually. Check out the many ways to support, with proceeds going toward the Rivertowne Breakfast Program!
Ways to Support:
*General Admission Ticket (more details below) gets you into the virtual event, including all the fun below. If you cannot make the date and time, we will send send you the recording.
*Brunch Box Ticket gets you a Riverside Antler Breakfast brunch box delivered to you from the Chef Scott Shop, made with locally-sourced ingredients. Chef Scott will be ‘unboxing’ and telling everyone more about it, during the event!
*Donation Ticket is to support the Rivertowne Breakfast Program over an above or instead of our other ticket options – to receive a Charitable Tax Receipt for your donation, please do so via our Canada Helps link (Choose ‘Rivertowne Breakfast Program’ in the dropdown): https://www.canadahelps.org/en/charities/ralph-thornton-community-organization/
*Become a Sponsor or Donate to our Live Auction – get in touch with us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
What’s Happening at the Virtual Riverside Antler Breakfast event (General Admission Ticket) features:
*Festive greetings from Santa and our Santa dog, Copper!
*Song by local singers Angel and Angelique
*Holiday brunch recipe and cooking demo by Chef Scott of the ‘Chef Scott Shop’
*Live Auction with incredible locally-sourced items
*…and more fun!
More about the Rivertowne Breakfast program:
The Rivertowne Breakfast Program is championed by Rivertowne Safety 1st, a resident collective comprised of Toronto Community Housing women leaders dedicated to making a positive impact in their community. The Breakfast Program runs every Friday, year round, to provide about 100 children, seniors, and people with different abilities – including primarily BIPOC – in the local community with a free, warm breakfast.
It also aims to bring people in the community together regardless of their family income level, and give them something to look forward to while building a sense of community.