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2017 Chief’s Gala

Thursday, November 23, 2017
Beanfield Centre – 105 Princes’ Blvd (Exhibition Place)

Formerly known as “Allstream Centre”
Reception – 6:00 P.M.
Dinner – 7:00 P.M.
Entertainment | Silent Auction


B&O Yorkville Run

Victim Services Toronto is currently launching Toronto’s first trauma dog program to help victims in the immediate aftermath of crime or tragedy.  While the trauma dog will be used to assist all victims where there may be benefit, the primary focus of the program will be on child victims.


The Climb

In the fall of 2017, Toronto Police Superintendent Heinz Kuck will be raising funds for Victim Services Toronto. Kuck will be climbing three Adirondack mountain high peaks in 3 days totalling over 15,000 feet of elevation. The journey will take him from Toronto to Upper State New York in the Lake Placid/Wilmington area where he will establish his base of operations. From there each day for 3 days he will climb the peaks.


Chief’s Invitational

The proceeds of the Toronto Police Chief Invitational will benefit Victim Services Toronto. With Chief Mark Saunders’ support, the aim is to bring Victim Services Toronto to the forefront.