Canada Cares and Homefront Magazine Event to Thank Canadian Caregivers and Showcase Design Community

TORONTO--()--Supported by the Interior Design and Architectural Community, Canada Cares High Tea at The Ritz-Carlton Toronto is a star-studded affair that brings together the who’s who in the Toronto design community. With a flare for what’s trending, unique, and of course, the latest take on all that’s gorgeous.

A ‘must-attend’ event with guest speakers on Sunday, April 3rd, High Tea promises to be more popular than ever, increasing both its seating and display capacity to support its growth.

WHAT:

 

Canada Cares High Tea at The Ritz-Carlton

 

WHEN:

Sunday, April 3rd 2016

 

TIME:

2:00 - 4:30PM

 

WHERE:

The Ritz-Carlton Toronto
181 Wellington Street West
Toronto, ON M5V 3G7

This year’s special guest is London’s most prodigious dandy, David Carter. David Carter’s work is "a masterly invention... at once grandiose, ephemeral and unreal, a carefree, unholy mixture of styles for which taste is the only reference," says World of Interiors. House Beautiful called him "bold, romantic and fantastical." Never bland or predictable, he is driven by a conviction that a successful interior should reach out and touch our emotions. His hotel, 40 Winks, sits in a home built in 1717 and hosts just 3 guests at a time making it “The most beautiful small hotel in the world,” according to German Vogue.

Guests will enjoy a musical performance by Juno Award winner Julian Fauth and more prizes than ever including your chance to win a dazzling Canadian cut Sirius Star Diamond worth $7,000 and a European AmaWaterways River Cruise courtesy of Vision Travel. Canada Cares' mandate is to say “thank you” to professional caregivers of young children and older adults.

Canada Cares operates as part of the Canadian Abilities Foundation, a registered charity. Our major initiatives for 2016 are our 4th annual Canada Cares Caregiver awards program and our “Make Me Smile” gifting program.

This event will award Luke Anderson, an interior designer working with a disability who is also the founder of Stop Gap, an initiative to bring colourful ramps and accessibility awareness to the city.

Members of the media are invited to attend the launch event or interview David Carter or Caroline Tapp-McDougall, founder of Canada Cares.

Contacts

To R.S.V.P. or arrange for advance interviews, please contact:
Canada Cares
Sarah Lake, 416-421-7944
sarah@bcsgroup.com
or
Caitlin Plaintos, 416-421-7944
caitlin@bcsgroup.com
or
Email: info@canadacares.org

Contacts

To R.S.V.P. or arrange for advance interviews, please contact:
Canada Cares
Sarah Lake, 416-421-7944
sarah@bcsgroup.com
or
Caitlin Plaintos, 416-421-7944
caitlin@bcsgroup.com
or
Email: info@canadacares.org