Dignity Speaks

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Tickets are now on sale! ‘Dignity Speaks’ is a live event to be held at The Salvation Army Toronto Harbour Light on Sunday, May 15th. We are inviting the public to attend, or watch this national event, which will be streamed online at www.SalvationArmy.ca/dignity.

Featuring the two-time Juno award-winning group, Downhere, and hosted by the voice of the Toronto Raptors, Herbie Kuhn, this evening will entertain, educate and inspire those wishing to learn more about The Salvation Army’s Dignity Project.

For more information and to purchase your ticket visit www.SalvationArmy.ca/dignity

 

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