20 Nov Lifetime Developments sponsors charity ping-pong tournament to fight homelessness in Toronto
Despite Toronto’s residential construction boom, the city’s homeless population continues to grow. Lifeline, Lifetime Development’s charitable foundation to support Toronto’s at-risk urban population, is hoping to help change that.
On October 24th, Lifetime Developments, Blackjet Inc. and Zancor Homes hosted the third annual Smashed Charity Ping-Pong Tournament and party at Muzik nightclub. Over 500 guests attended, dressed in their tennis whites, to show off their best backspin in the name of charity. Together they raised $100,000 — nearly triple the prior year’s proceeds.
Lifeline was established in 2014 to raise awareness and funds for local organizations that serve Toronto’s 5,000 homeless men, women and children. The charity focuses primarily on youth outreach, food banks, counselling and educational services.
Lifetime Developments is dedicated to building healthy, sustainable communities. Bisha Hotel and Residences, currently under construction at King Street West and Blue Jays Way, will rise 41 storeys, housing 337 units. Lenny Kravitz designed an entire floor of the hotel, which boasts amenities as suave as the rockstar himself.
The Bond Condos, also under construction at 290 Adelaide Street West, are still offering a limited number of well-appointed suites. The development is located in the heart of the entertainment district, with the city’s best shopping, dining and entertainment attractions at its doorstep. Prices start from the high $300,000s.
For more information about Lifeline, The Bisha Hotel and Residences or The Bond Condos, please visit lifetimedevelopments.com or email email@example.com.