The long-awaited evening in support of Mount Sinai Hospital, part of the Sinai Health System, is back on March 3
TORONTO, Feb. 24, 2016 /CNW/ - Ready, set, GO! Black Tie Monopoly (GBTM), the highly anticipated fundraiser is back for its third year in a row. The annual gala, which raises funds for Mount Sinai Hospital, part of the Sinai Health System (Mount Sinai), will take place on Thursday, March 3rd at Artscape Wychwood Barns.
The grand soiree, comprised of 200 exclusive guests, takes your typical game of Monopoly to an entire new level. Guests will compete in two 45-minute speed round games of Monopoly, lust over an array of Monopoly-themed food, desserts and enjoy an open flowing bar. The night will be a wonderful occasion.
"We cannot wait for this year's Go! Black Tie Monopoly," says GBTM co-chair Jordan Druxerman. "It is going to be a momentous occasion, filled with many established business professionals gathering to play a classic childhood game and raise money for a great cause."
Funds raised at GBTM will go directly to Mount Sinai's Leadership Sinai Centre for Diabetes. The Centre for Diabetes is one of Canada's leading referral centres for patients with Type 1, Type 2 or gestational diabetes and supports over 20,000 patients yearly. Donations allow the centre to provide quality care through clinical practice, patient education and diabetes research.
About GO! Black Tie Monopoly
GO! Black Tie Monopoly is a spectacular fundraiser that raises money for Mount Sinai Hospital, part of the Sinai Health System. The eventful night gathers some of Toronto's most influential business minds to compete in speed rounds of Monopoly for a great cause. This is the third annual Go! Black Tie Monopoly and it has proven to be a grand success.
About Mount Sinai Hospital, part of the Sinai Health System
Sinai Health Foundation raises and stewards funds to support Sinai Health System comprised of Mount Sinai Hospital, Bridgepoint Active Healthcare, Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute and Circle of Care. These organizations have come together to combine acute care, rehabilitation and complex care, home care, and other community-based services all fuelled by world-class research. The generous support of our community fuels everything we do from compassionate care to scientific discovery. Every donation counts toward improving the quality of life for the people who rely on the exceptional care that Sinai Health System provides.
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