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09/22/2016 The Food Court Social Central East $100 +

The George Brown College Foundation is pleased to announce the 3rd Annual Food Court Social, presented by the Slaight Family Foundation! Join us for an evening with over a dozen of Toronto's best chefs under one roof in support of those struggling with mental health and addiction. Enjoy extraordinary food, live music, local beer and wine, and some of Toronto's most passionate philanthropists and savvy business minds! All proceeds will support George Brown College's Augmented Education program. In partnership with the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, this innovative program helps those with a history of mental illness or addiction overcome barriers to education and training, and helps them prepare for, find and maintain employment.

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