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Madison's 2nd Annual Gala

Madison Community Services

Thursday, 22 June 2017 from 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM (EDT)

Madison's 2nd Annual Gala

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Annual Gala 22 Jun 2017 $60.00 $3.90

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Join us for a rocking good time!

Located on the second floor of Hart House, the Debates Room’s vaulted ceiling will be filled with classic tunes provided by local favourites, THE COVER BOYS!

Stephan Dyer from MalPensando, whose standup/comedy workshop graduation class we sponsored, is back from his Latin America tour and will be giving us a taste with a short stand up routine!

Take a break from the singing and dancing with seasonal, local, creative cuisine and be sure to check out the fantastic items in the silent auction with amazing prizes from:

silent auction sponsors

Our policy is 90% of proceeds will be used to support Madison’s many client programs/events which are not supported through government funding. The remaining 10% goes to supporting Madison's fundraising initiatives (advertising, down payments, etc). 

Only 30 tickets available for early bird pricing! It ends on May 15 so get yours while we have them!

Thank you to our Gold Sponsors:

Gold sponsors


What's included with my ticket? 

Your ticket includes entrance to the event, passed hors d'oeuvres, and 2 drinks. Additional beverages can be purchased with both cash and credit.

How do I pay for my silent auction item?

Along with exact cash, we will also accept all major credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, AMEX).

Is there a dress code?

This is a business casual event. We want you to be comfortable and able to dance around if you so choose!

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

This is an 19+ event. 

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Directions & Parking:


Hart House is between two subway stations, Museum and St. George. To walk here from Museum station, exit the station on the west side of the street, in front of The ROM. Walk south down Queen’s Park Circle, continue south until just past Hoskin Ave.
To walk here from St. George station, exit on St. George, walk south down St. George until you get to Hoskin Ave. Walk east on Hoskin Ave until you come to Tower Rd, you can access our west entrance directly from Tower Rd.

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Have questions about Madison's 2nd Annual Gala? Contact Madison Community Services

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When & Where

Hart House Building - Debates Room
7 Hart House Circle
Toronto, ON M5S 3H3

Thursday, 22 June 2017 from 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM (EDT)

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Madison Community Services

At Madison Community Services we are driven by a mission: to promote the independence, health, recovery, and community integration of persons with mental health and/or addictions challenges through advocacy, education and a broad range of case management, supportive housing, and other specialized services.

Since our humble beginnings with a single house providing on-site high support in 1981, Madison has continued to be a pioneer in providing such services. We were among the first to offer community-based supportive houses, as well as “high support” housing programs, in Toronto and Ontario. We now offer 128 units of supportive housing and serve over 400 clients, most of whom live below the poverty line and have been either homeless or at risk of homelessness. Over the years, Madison has continually sought to provide services that meet the unique and diverse needs of our clients and to support underserved populations with specialized ‘niche’ programs. For example:

  • Hispanic Program - Madison is proud to be one of the few agencies in Toronto to provide mental health case management and a peer support program in Spanish to the large and growing Hispanic population in Toronto. These programs have seen annual growth of over 30%.
  • RISE Program - Madison’s RISE Program provides refugees and new immigrants, many of whom have come from war-torn countries, with services to address both their mental health and settlement challenges. While most of have come from Iran and Iraq, with 10,000 refugees from Syria arriving in Toronto, the demand for this program is increasing.

  • Client Education Bursary Program - Since 2012 The Equitable Bank-Madison Client Bursary Fund has provided funding for 77 clients to pursue formal education and professional skills training. Madison is on pace to provide 23 participants with grants, however this represents under half of the total number of applicants.

  • Social Recreateion Program - Our Social-Recreation Program plays a major role in our clientsrecovery process by helping them to break out of the isolation that mental illness often causes. In recognition of its importance to our clients, we have expanded the program to include monthly movie outings, out-of-town trips, art-based support groups, womens support group, and lessons in dance, yoga, and jewelry making.

As a community-based agency, Madison needs corporations and individuals from the Toronto community to join with us in supporting the most marginalized and vulnerable citizens of our city. The Madison Annual Gala will allow us to continue to support our clients' housing needs and meet the growing demand for our programs, specifically those listed above. We hope you can join us!

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