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Courts! 6:30pm – 8pm Participate in an optional wood racquets round robin from all levels or cheer from the sidelines with a drink (or two!).
Cocktails! 7pm – 11pm Mingle over food and drinks, enjoy live music from “Fool Hearts” and bid on a wide variety of silent auction items and experiences.
All proceeds will be directed to three amazing non-profit organizations supporting families affected by autism.
Please note that any tennis players must adhere to the TLTC dress code for tennis players (all white clothing including tennis shoes). The wooden racquets will be provided, so don’t worry about finding your old one from the 80s!
For the party attire is cocktail casual.
Ticket price: $100 per person (excluding Eventbrite processing fees). Includes a welcome cocktail.
Early bird special: From the first 100 tickets sales 2 lucky winners will win their ticket for free ($100 value)
Do I need to play tennis?
No! We expect many more non-tennis players than actual players so if you just want to party that’s great.
What is the recommended attire?
Tennis players are required to adhere to the TLTC dress code (all whites). The party attire is cocktail casual.
I can’t make the event, but I’d like to support the cause. Can I make a donation?
Yes! You can make a donation when you select “Register”. A tax receipt will be issued following our event for any cash donations made through this Eventbrite page.
Who is organizing this event?
Dave and Robyn Way’s son Miller is affected by autism and they have turned personally to these three organizations for support. Autism therapy is expensive and Robyn & Dave count themselves lucky that they can access therapies that help Miller without having to make meaningful sacrifices. Unfortunately, many other families are not as lucky. Core autism therapy is not covered by OHIP or most private benefits plans in the way that other disabilities and illnesses are covered. This event is Robyn & Dave’s first step in a lifetime of (hopefully) giving back to the people who have been there for their family when they needed support most. They are thrilled to have a committee of amazing friends to help organize this years event.
Robyn Way and Jenny Medland (co-chairs), Erica Bodi, Sarah Gross, Marie-Jo Paquet, and Dave Way
Who do I contact with questions about the event?
Feel free to reach out to any of the committee members or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any event-related questions.
What autism charities will receive the proceeds from this event?
The proceeds of Courts and Cocktail will benefit ISAND, Autism Dog Services, and Pro Set Austim. Please read below for more information on these amazing organizations:
ISAND is a non-profit organization with an integrated team of developmental pediatricians, psychologists, clinicians, and therapists. ISAND delivers fully integrated, coordinated and continued care and the generosity of individual and corporate donors and sponsors makes it possible for ISAND to offer the best possible service, regardless of a family’s ability to pay.
Autism Dog Services http://www.autismdogservices.ca/
ADS fosters the integration of children with autism by training, placing and supporting dogs that offer safety, companionship and independence. Founded in 2007, ADS is accredited with Assistance Dogs International and is also a member of the Canadian Association of Guide and Assistance Dog Schools.
Each service dog costs $25,000+ to fully train and donor generosity places these dogs with families who would not be able to afford ADS’ life changing service.
Proset Autism (https://specialneedssport.ca)
Proset offers an adapted sport activity to schools and community organizations, who like to excel their Special Needs students into physical activity and learn about a healthy lifestyle. With individual attention and team coaching, Philippe ensures that the sports program seamlessly adapts to the needs of children and adults. As a result they are able to enjoy movement and have fun playing sports in a constructive atmosphere. A successful program that is popular with children.
Charitable registration numbers
ISAND: 84141 7538 RR0001, Autism Dog Services: 8036059555RR0001, Proset Autism: BN 81986 8530 RR0001
2018-11-02 19:00 pm
Toronto Lawn Tennis Club 44 Price Street Toronto, ON M4W 1Z4 Canada
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