Thank you to everyone for volunteering and donating to J & B’s Ugly Christmas Sweater Party. We just surpassed our goal and raised $10,000.56 for INN From The Cold. A big thank you to Jordan Bickley (Co-Founder of the event), and all the volunteers ( Shane McCarthy, Tal Trainer, Phyllis Morris, Rachel Ann, Christine Melnik, Juliana Playter, Martha Berry) This was a great team effort, and I would like to thank all our friends and family for helping such a worth cause. Also thank you to Market Brewing Company for partnering with us, and Lighthouse Legal Services. (more…)
Tickets are selling out fast, get yours at snapd.at/pew52tw for only $25.00 (all proceeds will benefit INN From the Cold)
I would like this opportunity to thank our generous sponsors:
Lighthouse Legal Services
Special Thanks to:
Tal Trainer and Jordan Bickley for TFC Tickets
Anonymous Donor for Schweizer Helicopter 300C
Anonymous Donor for Artwork
Brian Morris, Jordan Bickley, Shane McCarthy, Tal Trainer, Rachel Bickley, Christine Melnik, , Piers Simpkin, Phyllis Morris, and Martha Berry
When: Saturday, December 9, 2017
Where: Market Brewing Co.
17775 Leslie St #4
Time: 9:00pm to 12:00am (3 hours)
Lighthouse Legal Services will be hosting an Ugly Christmas Sweater Party at Market Brewing Co. to benefit Inn From the Cold. Tickets will be $25.00 each, and there will be a silent auction on location. You can purchase your tickets from Snap’d Newmarket.
Special thanks to the organizers, Jordan Bickley, Brian Morris, Phyllis Morris, Juli Playter, Tal Trainer, and Karly Zbaraschuk, Shane McCarthy and Jessica Roberts from Market Brewing Co.
Additional details will be listed on the Facebook group, “York Region: What’s Happening”.
Local News Coverage: https://www.yorkregion.com/whatson-story/7498016-ugly-christmas-sweater-party-to-help-homeless-in-york-region/
If you wish to donate a door prize, or silent auction prize please contact us.
Thank you for choosing to support INN from the cold.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from all of us.
Lighthouse Legal Services Professional Corporation received its authorization from the Law Society of Upper Canada on July 4, 2017 to provide legal services in Ontario.
Brian Morris has founded the firm, and will be building a team with former Mayor of Aurora Phyllis Morris, who will be spearheading the Community Ambassador role which is a cornerstone of the firm’s commitment to its Community.
The decision to create Lighthouse as a firm was to build a company which cares about its clients, employees, and community. It’s essential for Lighthouse not to be just a legal services firm, but to be business which is a force for good. We want to provide high level customer service, and educate our clients throughout the process. It’s no good just to provide the end result to your customers, clients want to be engaged throughout the process. Employees need to feel valued, they need a career path, and most importantly they need to be rewarded for their hard work and commitment.
The last pillar of our company charter will focus on community and sustainability. Lighthouse will design its processes and operations with a sustainability as its focus. Will also be committing 2% of pretax profits to local community non-profits and charities.