Bluegrass Concert to Help the Homeless in the Heart of Toronto October 19

Bluegrass Concert
on Saturday, October 19, 2013 at 7PM, featuring the talents of
‘A Cup of
Cold Water’
in an encore performance.

Suggested Admission $15. All proceeds go to BLCF Cafe
Community Dinner
. BLCF Cafe operates every
Wednesday evening from 6-8 PM and feeds over 150 homeless and marginalized
guests weekly, without any government funding or corporate sponsorship.


Enjoy ‘A Cup of Cold Water’ perform
Traditional Bluegrass and Bluegrass Gospel in
the heart
of Toronto

Bloor Lansdowne Christian Fellowship – BLCF Church, 1307
Bloor Street West, Toronto, Saturday, October 19, 2013 at 7PM BLCF is located
just 1 block west of the Lansdowne Station, on the south side of Bloor Street.

BLCF: 416-535-9578

Can you imagine catering a dinner for 200 every week for almost 6 years? That is what Sophie Mickelson has done since January 2008. And that includes shopping for food, plates, cups and utensils; food prep; setting up tables and chairs;setting up the sound system;setting up the tables for 200 guests;preparing beverages urns of juice,coffee and tea for 200; preparing deserts;training volunteers; welcoming guests; and when its over cleaning the eating area, kitchen and bathrooms;taking down tables, chairs and sound system, closing and locking up the church. Sometimes there are volunteers to help, but when there are none, Sophie sees that the job is done. And the next Wednesday at BLCF CAFE Community Dinnerr Sophie starts all over again. The 200 dinner guests are not the social elite and high rollers, but the homeless and marginalized men, women and children in the heart of Toronto. Sophie does not seek praise or glory, but needs help feeding the vulnerable. You can help the cause by attending the Bluegrass Concert Fundraiser Saturday October 19 at 7PM. You CAN make a difference!

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