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Miinawaa – Eyiizh/ And — Both
A Rotary/Indigenous fundraising event of community coming together
Thursday Sept. 15, 5 p.m. – 8.30 p.m.
St. James Cathedral Centre Event Venue
65 Church St. Toronto (Adelaide and Church)
Join us as we celebrate Rotary fellowship and Indigenous culture. Miinawaa—Eyiizh / And — Both will bring together Rotarians and Indigenous guests for an evening of stirring Indigenous entertainment and exciting live and silent auctions. Guests will also enjoy Indigenous-themed hors d’oeuvres from En Ville catering, and a cash bar.
Tickets are $100, a portion of which will receive a charitable receipt. Please go to:
Our partner for this evening, which will receive half the proceeds, is Keeping the Circle Strong Camp Programs, supported by the Indigenous Spirit Fund (Native Child and Family Services of Toronto). The camps allow young people, many of whom live in city apartments and basements, to have their first experiences connecting with nature. At the camps they learn the history of the land, culture and land-based survival skills, and participate in teamwork tasks that build confidence and self-esteem.
The other half of our proceeds will go to our Club’s philanthropic committees.
Be sure to join us as we gather to make a difference in the lives of Indigenous children and young people!
Please scroll down for more information, if you are interested in being a Corporate Sponsor. 

Miinawaa-Eyiizh / And-Both
St. James Cathedral Centre Event Venue
65 Church St., Toronto
Sept. 15, 2022, 5 p.m. – 8.30 p.m.
Dear Rotarian and Friends:
I’m writing to request your corporate sponsorship for The Rotary Club of Toronto fundraiser to be held from 5 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. on Thursday Sept. 15 at the St. James Cathedral Centre Event Venue.
Miinawaa – Eyiizh / And – Both is a Rotary-Indigenous fundraising event of community coming together. The event includes Indigenous entertainment and live and silent auctions. The beneficiaries will be the Rotary Club of Toronto Philanthropic Fund and Keeping the Circle Strong Camp Programs, supported by the Indigenous Spirit Fund (Native Child and Family Services of Toronto). http://www.indigenousspiritfund.org
The Rotary Philanthropic committees address economic, social and environmental challenges including: homelessness, hunger, social injustice, access to education and challenges facing those living in poverty. Funding priority is directed to the fields of health, education, youth and welfare, primarily in the Greater Toronto Area.
Native Child and Family Services of Toronto (NCFST) focuses on the well-being, caring and healing of children and families in the Toronto Indigenous community. The Keeping the Circle Strong Camp Programs of the Indigenous Spirit Fund run year-round and allow young people, many of whom are raised in city apartments and basements, to have their first experiences connecting with nature. At the camps they learn the history of the land; culture, including medicines and healing herbs; artwork; and land-based survival skills. They also participate in teamwork tasks that build confidence and self-esteem.
The Rotary Club of Toronto is committed to walking the path of reconciliation with the Indigenous peoples of Canada. Our goal is to work in partnership with Indigenous peoples, groups and organizations, learning about their history, culture and contributions to our society. We hope that you will join us on this journey by making a contribution to our event.
Please make your corporate sponsorship contribution, in the name of corporate sponsor, at: https://rotarytorontofund.kindful.com/?campaign=1196130 and it is important please to let me know that you have done so at jandras@researchcapital.com. I look forward to hearing from you.

Miinawaa-Eyiizh / And-Both Corporate Sponsorship Packages
The four Medicine Wheel teachings are Respect, Honesty, Sharing and Strength
All corporate donors will receive:          recognition on signboards at the event            
recognition on social media
recognition in the Rotary Voice newsletter
In addition, the following donations will receive:
Respect Level: $20,000
Up to 10 complimentary tickets to the event
Recognition from the podium
Corporate name shown on screen at event
Participation for employees and guests in a live “Change the Narrative”* event
Honesty Level: $10,000
Up to 5 complimentary tickets to the event
Recognition from the podium
Corporate name shown on screen at the event
A tour for 4 of Native Child and Family Services of Toronto and lunch with Kenn Richard.** Includes long house, smoke lodge, Indigenous art and sculpture.
Sharing Level: $5,000
Up to 3 complimentary tickets to the event
Recognition from the podium
Strength Level: $2,500
Up to 2 complimentary tickets to the event
*“Change the Narrative” is a live event using the series First Contact to create a dialogue with a panel of Elders on Indigenous/Settler interaction. Change the Narrative events are produced in partnership with HIP (Honouring Indigenous Peoples).
** Social worker Kenn Richard is the founder of Native Child and Family Services of Toronto and Director of the Indigenous Spirit Fund. He is the recipient of the Meritorious Service Cross, one of the highest civilian honors awarded Canadians.
PLEASE MAKE YOUR CORPORATE CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS BY CLICKING HERE: https://rotarytorontofund.kindful.com/?campaign=1196130 and email Carol at the Rotary office here: http://office@rotarytoronto.com
once you have done so.
or if you are mailing a cheque, please make the cheque payable to:
The Rotary Club of Toronto Phil  Fund and please note: Indigenous Fundraiser in the cheque memo section and mail to our NEW ROTARY OFFICE ADDRESS BELOW (also please update your business files please).
NEW ROTARY OFFICE ADDRESS: The Rotary Club of Toronto, TD Canada Trust Tower,161 Bay Street, 27th Floor, Toronto, ON  M5J 2S1
 Email: office@rotarytoronto.com Phone: 416-363-0604




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