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Fundraising Events

Wrecked: A Ship to Shore 80s Party June 26, 2019

Our second annual summer party took place at the Toronto Lakeshore, hosted once again by Pirate Life Toronto. There were show-stopping performances, an 80s dance party, costume contest, custom cocktails and mocktails, and a picture-perfect sunset cruise. Thank you to all the supporters, sponsors and organizers who made it a success!

Photo: Generator Generations and friends gathered for the #GetWrecked boat cruise.

Boat Booty Bash June 28, 2019

Pirate Life Toronto hosted this waterfront party, featuring a concert, sunset cruise, and a night to remember with the wonderful folks in our community.

Photos: the Boat Booty Bash committee (left to right - Kristina Lemieux, Elenna Mosoff, Sabah Haque, Lisa Alves, Emma Westray and Quinn Harris); Pirate Life’s ship; Yolanda Bonnell and Cole Alvis

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