ALS Double Play strives to make a difference in the lives of people living with ALS and future generations so that one day there will be a world without ALS. ALS Double Play raises awareness for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) through numerous in person and online events. Funds raised are supporting the Christopher Chiu Fellowship for ALS research at the University of Toronto, one of Canada's largest and most internationally published ALS research labs.2017
Night It Up! raised $10,000 for Raising the Roof’s newest initiative - The Upstream Project, Canada’s first school-based prevention program aimed at addressing youth homelessness.
An average of 235,000 Canadians experience homelessness each year. However, the solution is more than just providing them a place to live. Raising the Roof believes the real solution to end homelessness is preventing it from occurring in the first place.
Night It Up! raised $10,000 for Yellow Brick House.
Yellow Brick House provides services in York Region to women and children who have experienced violence and abuse by empowering them. Last year alone, 6,500 women and children received shelter, counselling and support through Yellow Brick House. They have made tremendous strides and have stood up to support those who need it most.
Night It Up! raised $10,000 for UNITY Charity.2014
Night It Up! raised $10,000 for Second Harvest.2013
Night It Up! raised $10,000 for Make-A-Wish Canada.Read more 2012
Night It Up! raised $10,000 for Sleeping Children Around The World.Read more 2011
Night It Up! raised $10,000 for Well of Change.Read more 2010
Rebranded as Night It Up!, raised awareness for OtherHalf Chinese Stem Cell Drive and Asian Community AIDS Services.2009
Toronto Night Market raised $5,000 for Youth Out Loud.Read more 2008
Toronto Night Markets raised $10,000 for Yee Hong’s Centre for Geriatric Care.Read more 2007
Renamed to Toronto Night Market, raised $10,000 for Under the Banyan Tree: Centre for the Developmentally Disabled.Read more 2006
Asian Night Market raised $10,000 for Harmony Place.Read more 2005
Asian Night Market raised $5,000 for Child Find in memory of Cecilia Zhang.Read more 2004
Asian Night Market’s “Bring Toronto Back to Life,” took place in an effort to rejuvenate Toronto after SARS, raising $10,000 for the Scarborough Hospital, Grace Division.Read more 2003
Asian Night Market launched in July at Metro Square, raising $3,000 for Covenant House.2002