Evening of Miracles 2017
Sunday, October 15, 2017 – 7:00pm
Toronto Centre for the Arts
Larry and Judy Tanenbaum | Don and Denyse Green
Sharon Appleby-Hussman and Jon Hussman
Juno Award Winners, Lighthouse
Six hundred guests celebrated over 800 Israeli lives miraculously changed with Guide Dogs and Companion Dogs. The 2017 Evening of Miracles was held at the Toronto Centre for the Arts and featured one of Canada’s most celebrated bands, Lighthouse, who performed their hits including “One Fine Morning” and “Sunny Days”. The music and programming made it a memorable, enjoyable and meaningful evening.
Watch our highlight video below:
Thanks To Our Generous Supporters
Guide Dog Partnership – $25,000+:
The Morris and Beverly Baker Foundation
Don and Denyse Green
Larry and Judy Tanenbaum
Visionary Supporter – $18,000+:
The David & Stacey Cynamon Family Foundation
Nathan and Lily Silver Family Foundation
Companion Supporter – $10,000+:
Sanders & Fenwick Events
The Gerald Schwartz & Heather Reisman Foundation
Training Supporter – $5,000+:
Aubey and Marilyn Banack
Saryl and Stephen Gross Family Foundation
Rick and Yvonne Goldberg
Faye and David Markowitz
Peter and Susan Segal
State Building Corporation
Raising Supporter – $3,600+:
Element Fleet Management
Mark Edwards Group
Sid and Ellen Jelinek
Carol Mitchell and Richard Venn
Carole and Marvin Sherkin
A Special Thanks to our Entertainers and Guests
Lighthouse combines jazz horns, classical strings and a rock rhythm section for an explosive sound.
Aviva, known for her soulful voice and captivating artistry, will honour Leonard Cohen’s memory with a selection of his songs.
Steve, award winning comedian and host of CBC Radio’s The Debaters, will have us laughing throughout the evening as our MC.
Boaz and his guide dog, Adele, join us from Israel to share a story of loss and then a new beginning.
Thanks to our Event Committee
Dr. Faith Banks
R. Tobias Gabriel
Dr. Ruth Hussman
Dr. Fred Kroft
Freda Ariella Muscovitch
How Can I Help?
We provide our Guide Dogs Free of Charge to our blind or visually impaired clients. This is only possible because of the support we receive from people like you. We are a small non-profit that makes a huge difference, but we need your help to spread the word.