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a group of people walking in the winter
Feb 22, 2020

Join us in our first ever Coldest Night of the Year fundraising walk!

On February 22, 2020, our teams will be walking in the Leslieville neighbourhood along with people from across Canada who will be walking together to support the homeless, hungry, and hurting in our communities.

Together we can provide safe sanctuary and support to homeless children and families, helping them build brighter futures.

Dec 17, 2019

The good folks at Bar Hop Bar Toronto are raising the stakes on Left Field Brewery's Red Door Family Shelter holiday fundraising efforts with a night of community, tasty beer and generous giving - we hope you will join us! $1 from every Left Field pour goes to support Red Door.

Bar Hop Bar - 681 Danforth Avenue

Dec 09, 2019

Join us December 9th for a delicious charity dinner. Tribe Five Dinner is a charity dinner series involving 5 female chefs from different cultures. It is a plant-based dinner series that showcases each of the chefs' background using local and seasonal Canadian ingredients. For this special Christmas series, each chef will create a dish that reminds them of their family's holiday cooking.

And the best part? 100% of ticket sales from December's dinner will be donated to Red Door Family Shelter.

Location: True True - 169 King St E, Toronto 

Dec 09, 2019

Beauty Bazaar is a charitable sale that relies on the donations of influencers, brands and suppliers with old/dead stock or unwanted, unused beauty products.
Attendees will pay a $5 entrance fee and will be able to shop a wide range of makeup, skincare and fragrance items. We will also be holding a raffle and silent auction on the evening. Beverages and snacks will be provided, and attendees will have the opportunity to socialize.

Dec 05, 2019

To support the Red Door, Monarch Park C.I. visual art students will create and sell small art works (by donation) to benefit the shelter at Arts Night.

These small sculptures will be part of a larger exhibition.

These objects will investigate why ancient peoples made art, specifically objects of good fortune, as students create their own objects of power and protection to help share or create good fortune.

Monarch Park C.I., 1 Hanson Street, Toronto

Dec 05, 2019

Restore Your Heart: A Special Holiday Donation Event
December 5, 5:45pm - 7:30pm | 333 Queen Street West, #327| Corinne Clapham

Make your spirit bright this holiday season by joining us in support of Red Door Family Shelter, a local shelter supporting refugee claimants and women & children affected by domestic abuse since 1982.

Dec 01, 2019

 Join us at the brewery on Sunday, December 1st, for a brunch you'll be talking about for weeks to come!

Time: 10:00am, 11:30 a.m. or 1:00 pm

Left Field Brewery, 36 Wagstaff Avenue

Tickets are $30 and include a flight of 2018 & 2019 Bourbon Barrel Aged Blackburne, Blackburne Imperial Stout, and Coconut Chocolate Blackburne, with a hearty plate of fully loaded pancakes by Hottie Cakes!

Dec 01, 2019 to Dec 31, 2019

Our friends at Pilot Coffee roasters are donating $1 for every 12oz bag of their special Holiday Blend sold this holiday season.

Visit any of these fine locations to support:

Nov 29, 2019

Join us November 29th for Blackburne Friday, featuring these deliciously dark delights:

▪️Blackburne Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Stout release
▪️2018 + 2019 Blackburne Imperial Stout available on tap
▪️Special edition Blackburne Coconut Chocolate one-time run!
▪️Dark beer tap takeover - 9 dark beers including TWO special guest taps
▪️Food pop-up by Urban Carnivore

Nov 25, 2019 to Dec 19, 2019

We all know how hard it can be to stay warm during Canadian winters. Unfortunately, not everyone in Toronto has the means to address this problem.  

In 2016, we learned that socks were the #1 donation item requested by homeless shelters in the winter. We developed the Toronto Sock Exchange to donate these warm socks through the purchase of fancy dress socks. Over our first two years we've donated over 5,000 pairs of warm socks to local shelters and charities. The initiative is 100% volunteer run, and donates 100% of its profits to charity.