The Corsage Project: Pre Scotia Bank Marathon 2014

  The Corsages are gearing up again and getting ready for this year’s Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon.  The lovely team members are getting out their tutus and boas to walk 5K and spread their excitement among the runners and walkers.  Join their team here. They’re raising money to provide underprivileged high school students with post-secondary […]

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Pedal for Prom: Sweating it Out for a Good Cause

  On Monday May 5th, 12 spinners took part in Pedal for Prom, a fun and intense workout thanks to Sean Orr of Sean Orr Works Personal Training — all in support of The Corsage Project.  Thanks to all of our riders, one deserving high-school student will receive a bursary toward a post-secondary education. The sweat was well worth it! Also, […]

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2014 Boutique Ball: All Dressed Up

On Sunday April 6th, The Corsage Project hosted the annual Boutique Ball.   The goal of The Corsage Project is to give more teens the opportunity to attend prom. As the price of the milestone is very high, many teens can’t afford to go. Instead of missing out on the occasion, over 300 girls attended […]

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Redwood Classics' Todd Snyder + Champion Collection Makes Appearance at We Day

Last weekend, more than 20,000 students descended on the Air Canada Centre in Toronto for this year’s We Day, a youth activism event launched in 2007 by the founders of Free the Children, brothers Craig and Marc Kielburger.   Attending the event was actor Darren Criss, seen here wearing a Todd Snyder + Champion sweater […]

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SRRA and The Shepherd Group Launch Likes for Learning Campaign

Every child should have access to a great education, and having the proper tools and resources can make all the difference. That’s why The Shepherd Group and the Sam Romanoway Revitalization Association (SRRA) are launching their joint “Likes for Learning” campaign this August. From August 5 to August 30, one school supply will be donated […]

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