Toronto’s philanthropic society and wildlife lovers are invited to World Wildlife Fund Canada’s first ever Pandamonium party on Thursday, June 23 at Andrew Richard Designs (571 Adelaide Street E.). Funds raised will help WWF-Canada continue its work protecting wildlife and wild places across Canada.
“Pandamonium provides financial support and raises awareness about critical issues that face us now and in the future,” said David Miller, president and CEO of WWF-Canada. “Since the 1970s, our planet’s wildlife populations have declined by 52 per cent.But environmental organizations receive less than 3 per cent of all charitable donations in Canada. So this fundraiser is a critical part of our efforts to deliver on our conservation goals.”
With the theme of Doom & Bloom, Pandamonium will celebrate the majesty and resilience of nature. Throughout the event, guests will experience a journey of the senses, including a live performance from Juno Award-winning indie folk-rock group The Strumbellas, an immersive multimedia experience by internationally renowned digital masterminds Moment Factory, food stations catered by top chefs, complimentary drinks and much more.
Pandamonium is an evolution of WWF-Canada’s annual fundraising gala Panda Ball, which brought together members of Canada’sphilanthropic and business communities leading the next generation of conservation. WWF thanks the Royal Bank of Canada for its longtime support of Panda Ball and generosity as presenting sponsor of Pandamonium.
Tickets to Pandamonium are available for $200. VIP tickets, $400 each, include a pre-party cocktail reception featuring a one-of-a-kind interactive wildlife encounter, an intimate performance from international opera star Teiya Kasahara, a VIP gift bag, a complimentary ticket to WWF-Canada’s summer party and more. Corporate ticket packages are also available. Visit here to purchase tickets online.