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The 35th Annual

Mayors' Dinner

The 35th Annual

Mayors' Dinner

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45 days left

When
April 6, 2024 5:30 PM EDT to 10:00 PM EDT
Where
Bingemans - Marshall Hall
425 Bingemans Centre Drive, Kitchener, ON  N2B 3X7

Dorothy McCabe

City of Waterloo

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Berry Vrbanovic

City of Kitchener

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Jan Liggett

City of Cambridge

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The Working Centre



Cordially invite you

to attend the


35th

Annual

Mayors' Dinner






Take Courage - Take Care

How do we react to current uncertainties and anxieties

afoot in our world, communities, and hearts?


It takes courage to take care, 

to respond to risks and suffering. 


It takes irrepressible hope. 


The world we create, the future we choose can be rooted in practical actions. 


Let's draw our hope into active responses.


Saturday April 6, 2024


Marshall Hall, Bingemans

Kitchener, Ontario


Cocktails & Social 5:30 PM

Dinner 6:45 PM



RBJ Schlegel Family Foundation

Mayors' Dinner Event Sponsor





Ticket Packages

Individual Tickets | $150

Includes $55 tax receipt


Contributor Sponsorship Package | $380

Includes two dinner tickets, recognition,

and one tax receipt for $190


Community Group Package | $1100

Includes eight dinner tickets, one tax receipt for $340


Patron Sponsorship Package | $2500

Includes ten dinner tickets, preferred seating,

recognition during event, tax receipt for $ 1,550


Join us for this celebration and invite your friends to come along.

Connect with us if ticket prices discourage attendance.

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Join us for the 35th Annual Mayors' Dinner


Silent Auction

Stay tuned for an exciting Silent Auction

posted here as of March 25, 2024




Organized by
The Working Centre
The Working Centre is an integrated web of supports. At St John's Kitchen a daily meal is served along with access to washrooms, showers and laundry. 700 meals are produced and served daily. Street Outreach workers support health care, income, housing and legal problem-solving. Housing options include Hospitality House, Water Street House, Louisa House, affordable apartments and emergency Shelter. The Job Search Resource Centre and Money Matters provide financial and job search supports to over 7000 people/year. The social enterprises include Recycle Cycles Community Bike Shop, Worth A Second Look Housewares and Furniture, Computer Recycling and Job Cafe work projects. This spring Queen Street Commons and Fresh Ground Cafe will reopen. In June, 21 apartments for refugee/immigrant women and their children were completed and construction started on 44 units at 97 Victoria for those experiencing persistent homelessness. This village of projects provides supports where they are needed most.
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