Casey House signature events raise funds for our vital community programs, which rely almost exclusively on donor support. We are grateful to our generous sponsors, volunteers, artists, galleries, and attendees for bringing health and hope to people living with HIV/AIDS in Toronto.
Read about June’s. An HIV+ Eatery, Art With Heart and Voices for World AIDS Day below.
Art With Heart
Presented by TD Bank Group, the 25th annual Art With Heart, an auction of contemporary Canadian art, takes place October 16, 2018 at the Art Gallery of Ontario.
Visit artwithheart.ca to learn more and to view the 2018 collection.
To view photos from last year’s event, visit our Flickr site or watch the 2016 welcome video- auctioneer Stephen Ranger, artists, gallerists, Casey House clients, and CEO Joanne Simons share the impact of, and inspiration behind, Art With Heart.
June’s. An HIV+ Eatery
Introducing the first-ever HIV+ restaurant. Join chef Matt Basile and his team of HIV-positive cooks as they break bread and smash HIV/AIDS stigma.
For many people living with HIV/AIDS, it’s the stigma that hurts the most. June’s HIV+ Eatery is an opportunity to fight stigma with every bite. To come together in a show of love, support and acceptance, and to dispel the myths about HIV that condemn so many to suffer in silence.
June’s was located at 1090 Queen St. West and was open on November 7th and 8th 2017. Tickets were $125 per person.
Save your appetite, lose your prejudice.
Voices for World AIDS Day
A free concert, Voices for World AIDS Day is an annual community demonstration of support for people living with HIV/AIDS benefiting Casey House. The 2017 concert took place November 30th at the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts in Toronto.
The concert was free to attend, with a suggested donation of $20 per person
Part of Canada’s national partnership marking World AIDS Day: Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation in Vancouver; Maison du Parc in Montreal; and national partner, Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research (CANFAR).
View photos from the 2017 concert on Flickr.