November 12, 2019, marks the 50th anniversary of SOS Children’s Villages Canada and we will be celebrating with Cirque du Soleil under the Big Top at Ontario Place in Toronto.
Join us for a magical evening and experience this year’s must-see production of Alegría - In a New Light by Cirque du Soleil.
Cirque du Soleil has been an official partner of SOS Children’s Villages since 2014. Together, we work to empower vulnerable children and youth to overcome trauma and develop important life skills through SOS Social Circus programming. More than 700 children and youth have directly benefited from the SOS Social Circus. Currently, the program is helping children and youth in Canada, Mexico, Peru, Brazil and South Africa.
Cirque du Soleil has generously offered $10 from every ticket for Alegría on November 12 at 8:00p.m. to go to SOS Children’s Villages Canada, if purchased using this link.
We will also be hosting a one-of-a-kind VIP event under the Cirque Big Top before the show, with all proceeds going to support our work with vulnerable children and youth around the world. To join us, corporate sponsorships or VIP tickets can be bought through SOS Children’s Villages Canada by contacting Heather Miller at 1.800.767.5111 ext. 520 or [email protected]
Corporate event sponsorship and VIP tickets include:
-Access to the SOS VIP Suite 90 minutes before show and during intermission
-Canapés & cocktails before the show, followed by desserts during intermission
-Photo opportunity with Cirque du Soleil performers in the VIP Suite
-Reserved parking; private restrooms; coat check service; terrace
-Each guest can take home a show program and special gift
-Premium seat(s) for the performance of Alegría - In a New Light
Please join us for a magical evening of Cirque hospitality and entertainment as SOS Canada celebrates 50 years of caring for children worldwide.
If you are unable to attend, but wish to make a donation in support of SOS Children's Villages Canada, you may do so here. Your support will help transform the lives of the most vulnerable.