Canada Day Fund Raiser Includes a Draw for a Stay at The Famed Mount Irvine Bay Resort In Tobago

By Stephen Weir   While young and upwardly mobile hipsters party like its 1999 on Canada Day, they will be raising money for the Caribbean Scholarship Foundation (CSF) while they groove. Toronto based GF Promotions is holding an all-inclusive CRAVE The Event Party for the fifth year, and, is committed to support a non-profit Foundation that helps Caribbean Canadian students pay for their schooling.

CRAVE The Event is an annual outdoor extravaganza combining the best in food, entertainment, culture, and music. “In 2018, we decided to strengthen our ties to the community and support a charity that improves the lives of young people, through education,” the event organizers told the Caribbean Camera. “This year, we have chosen to work with the CSF. Our goal to make the Canadian-Caribbean diaspora as accessible and inclusive to the wider community, as possible!”
CRAVE The Event takes place on Sunday, July 1st. Over a 1,000 ticket holders are expected at the all-inclusive party at the Ascott Parc Event Centre in Vaughan.  It all begins at  4.30pm and runs until 10.30pm. GF Promotions says their parties most appeal to upwardly mobile professionals, aged between 25-55 years of age and who have a passion for music, food, and the cultural mosaic.
A portion of each event ticket sold ($130) will be donated to the Caribbean Scholarship Fund who will use the money to provide bursaries and scholarships to students of Caribbean heritage.
As well on Sunday, in support of our Foundation, we will be selling raffle tickets,” said CSF spokesperson, Petronilla Marchan. “We will be awarding to one lucky winner, a five (5)-night stay, inclusive of breakfast at the Mount Irvine Resort in the Southern Caribbean island of Tobago. “
The Mount Irvine Bay Resort is one of Tobago's longest established luxury hotels. The 'Old Colonial' style resort is located on Tobago's oldest golf courses. The resort is also just a short walk through their grounds to one of Tobago’s prettiest beaches.


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