Night to Nurture

One Night Can Make All the Difference to a Child, for Some, it can Make a Difference for Life

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  • Date Saturday February 1, 2020
  • Reception & Silent Auction: 5:30 p.m.
    Dinner: 7:00 p.m.
  • Location

    Metro Toronto Convention Centre
    255 Front St. West, North Building, Toronto

  • Accomodations Intercontinental Hotel - SOLD OUT

For more than four decades, our industry has come together to support the Night to Nurture, one of the country’s largest fundraising galas. Hosted by The Grocery Foundation and Kids Help Phone, the Night to Nurture helps us nourish hungry kids and support the emotional and mental health of children of all ages.

Since 2000, our annual Night to Nurture events have raised over $39M, helping countless hungry children and kids seeking counselling services and support. In addition to a gala reception and silent auction, these special nights feature entertainment by major music stars including Don Henley, Sheryl Crow, Michael Bublé, Maroon 5, Kelly Clarkson, Blue Rodeo, Barenaked Ladies, Bryan Adams, and more.

Every Night to Nurture is an unforgettable evening of hope, inspiration and optimism. It’s also a powerful symbol of our industry leaders standing together to make a significant difference in the lives of Canadian children.

Our Sponsors

Platinum Sponsors

Corporate Sponsors

Gold Sponsors
Silent Auction

Silver Sponsors
Red Carpet Photo
Live Art
VIP Reception
Coat Check

Food Sponsors

Beverage Sponsors

The After Party Sponsor

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Share That You’re Attending

By attending, you’re going to be learning about how nutrition helps kids become more successful in school, and are contributing to the success of The Grocery Foundation and Kids Help Phone.

Missed your chance to attend?

You can still help feed hungry kids


When we feed a child good things happen


Improvement in graduation rates between students who regularly ate breakfast and those who didn’t

Mental Health

For children, living in a food insecure household is associated with childhood mental health problems like hyperactivity and inattention

A lot of kids are counting on us

1 in 5+

Canadian children living in homes that struggle to put food on the table


Kids are being served every day in Ontario and Western Canada


Student nutrition programs are currently running in Ontario and Western Canada

Small change makes a big difference in your local community


Funds raised across Canada since 2000


Average cost of a meal through student nutrition programs


Breakfasts provided across Canada since 2000


Donations flowing back into local student nutrition programs

Help Us Make Breakfast a Reality for a Hungry Child

Chasing dreams should be part of every child’s day. Going without breakfast shouldn’t be.