Developmental delays the focus of upcoming fundraiser

February 11, 2017 by  

DD Community Connector is an organization that provides support and opportunities for members of the community with developmental disabilities, and it is hosting a fundraiser in the Vaughan area to help it in its efforts.

The Big Things Often Have Small Beginnings Annual Show will be back for its second year, with one of its goals being to raise awareness of the issues facing those with developmental delays and their families. It will have something for everyone, with music and dancing performances by both professional and amateur performers alike. The funds raised through the day will be utilized to support the families of developmentally delayed individuals throughout the Greater Toronto Area.

It is expected that as many as 380 people will attend the event, which will be held in the City Playhouse Theatre in Thornhill. Featured performers include the Canadian Sinfonietta Youth Orchestra and a range of other artists, with emcee services supplied by Carmen and Joseph. Those who plan a function such as this can utilize printing services to supply them with all the printed materials they need to make sure it will be a success.

The show has been scheduled for March 18, with tickets priced at $25 each for general seating and $35 for VIP passes. Additional details, as well as a full list of performers, sponsors and other information, has been made available on the organizers’ website.