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Design Hope Toronto to aid homeless

January 20, 2006
by Canadian Architect

Design Hope Toronto is a volunteer initiative to raise funds and awareness for Dixon Hall’s Homeless, Hostels and Housing program. Based on a successful program in Dundas, Ontario, artists, architects and designers are invited to create one of a kind works of art around the theme of shelter. These pieces are then auctioned and raffled at a gala event February 10, 2006 from 7:00pm-10:00pm at Gallery 1313 at 1313A Queen Street West in Toronto.

Admission is free of charge, there will be a cash bar, and payment for auction items is by cash or cheque only. Artwork will be on display from February 8-10 from 1:00pm6:00pm at Gallery 1313.

Design Hope Toronto also seeks corporate donations to help out with Dixon Hall’s vital programs. This is a volunteer initiative supported by in-kind donations, all funds raised go directly to Dixon Hall. For more information, or to become a corporate donor, check out or write to [email protected] More information about Dixon Hall can be found at

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