HOW IT WORKS
STEP 2 – Funds raised are used to purchase meals from our favourite local restaurants at FULL PRICE
STEP 3 – Meals are donated to deserving frontline and essential workers across the city of Toronto
By sending someone (or yourself!) a little love you will also be supporting the hospitality industry and organizations who serve the homeless, deliver mental health support and provide assistance to vulnerable communities. You are showing them that through all the changes this year, your appreciation for them has not.
Founder and Chair, Lifetime Charitable Foundation
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