16th annual Architectural Gems of
Toronto Walk For Huntington Disease to be held Sunday, April 27th 2014
Location and online pledging to be announced soon so stay turned. In 2013 the community strolled for 90 minutes through the Roncesvalles neighbourhood of Toronto, where we found a rich history of the city and some new architectural gems! Walking tours are hosted by knowledgeable enthusiasts of Toronto
architecture who explain the history and significance of buildings
in the area. In 2013 we raised close to $22,000 which is a new record for Gems! Thanks to all the volunteers and fundraisers who made it possible.
By supporting this event, you are helping the
Huntington Society of Canada (HSC) in the fight against Huntington disease (HD). Funds raised through this event support HD research, public education and HSC's Individual and Family Services program which is a lifeline for thousands of Canadians affected by HD.
tour in past years has featured the intriguing Distillery District,
Cabbagetown, Kingsway Park, University of Toronto, Rosedale, St.
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