TORONTO, May 21 /CNW/ - A number of notable Torontonians, including
community leaders, politicians and media personalities, will be receiving a
special delivery around the noon hour on Tuesday, May 26, 2009 as Community
Living Toronto celebrates Community Living Month with Appetite for Awareness.
Toronto Chief of Police William Blair, The Honourable Madeleine Meilleur,
Minister of Community and Social Services, a number of MPS and MPPS, as well
as media personalities Ingrid Schumacher, Kerry Gillespie and Steve Paikin
will be amongst those receiving delicious lunches provided by Tim Hortons
owner Mark Wafer, a Community Living Toronto supporter who employs eight
individuals with intellectual disabilities in his 11Tim Hortons stores
Now in its fifth year, Appetite for Awareness is part of Community Living
Month, which celebrates people with an intellectual disability and the
contributions they make to their communities.
Media are invited to attend:
WHAT : Individuals with an intellectual disability deliver lunches
to Toronto community leaders, politicians and media
WHEN: Tuesday, May 26, 2009
WHERE: All across the city of Toronto
MEDIA INTERESTED IN PARTICIPATING IN APPETITE FOR AWARENESS AND RECEIVING
A FREE LUNCH COURTESY OF TIM HORTONS ARE ASKED TO RSVP TO
firstname.lastname@example.org BY NO LATER THAN MONDAY, MAY 25th AT 12 NOON.
For 60 years, Community Living Toronto has been a source of support for
thousands of individuals with intellectual disabilities and their families
searching for accessible and meaningful, community-based lifestyles. We strive
to change the lives of people with an intellectual disability by giving them a
voice and supporting their choices where they live, learn, work and play.
For further information:
For further information: Karen Bell, Community Living Toronto, (416)
908-8306, email@example.com; Karolina Kluska, Community Living Toronto, (647)