Little Mosque stars stand up for children at Toronto Elvis fest
November 4, 2009
Canadian Feed The Children is proud to announce that Little Mosque on the Prairie stars
Sheila McCarthy and Debra McGrath will host a fabulous evening of fun and fundraising in support of its programs to reduce the impact of poverty on children in Canada and around the world.
The two co-stars of the hit CBC show host A Tribute to Elvis, 7 pm (doors open 6 pm), Friday, Nov 13 Upsatirs at Whistlers Grille, 995 Broadview Ave, Toronto. This entertaining evening features three award-winning Elvis impersonators who will have guests dancing and singing along to old favourites.
Tickets are $100 per person and include a full-course meal and wine. The event features a silent and live auction with a variety of appealing items to raise funds for children and communities supported by Canadian Feed The Children. Corporate sponsorships are available and auction items are welcome.
Tickets can be purchased and sponsorships/auction items can be arranged online at
www.canadianfeedthechildren.ca or by calling Dee Ferreira at 416-757-1220, ext. 235.
Featured Elvis impersonators are John Cigan of Pickering, On, Grand Champion of the 2007 Windsor Elvis Fest, the 2008 Collingwood Elvis Fest, and the 2008 Kings and Classics Elvis Fest; Sam Calleri of Markham, On.; and Joe Cundari, 2009 winner of the Elvis Fest in Windsor, 2009 Grand Champion of the Kings and Classics Elvis contest, 2009 second place Collingwood and 2007 Orillia Grand Champion.
About Canadian Feed The Children:
Canadian Feed The Children is the bridge between caring Canadians who want to reach out to help and the precious children we support together. An independent Canadian registered charity, we enhance the well-being of children and the self-sufficiency of their families and communities. In partnership with community-based groups, we help in the areas of food security and nutrition, clean water access, health and hygiene, sustainable agriculture, sanitation, income generation, skills building and education. We also ship medicines and medical supplies to some of the communities we support.For more information contact
Director of Communications
Canadian Feed The Children