On Tuesday, December 18th, The Toronto Maple Leafs hosted a Holiday Dinner on the floor of Air Canada Centre. Several Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment executives and employees, including Tom Anselmi, Brian
Burke, Dave Poulin, and Randy Carlyle, served a hot holiday meal to more than 900 guests from over 30 Toronto area shelters & agencies. With approximately 20 staff from the Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment culinary team people from the food and beverage staff spent the previous two days preparing the meal.
“We are all very fortunate to live in the great city of Toronto,” said Brian Burke. “It’s important, especially at this time of the year, to assist those that need it the most. We hope that, in this small way, we were able to offer a helping hand by opening the Air Canada Centre doors and providing a special Holiday Dinner. The Maple Leafs would like to extend a very heartfelt thank you to Second Harvest and the Salvation Army, as well as the long list of generous corporate donors that helped make this event possible.” Leftover food from Tuesday’s Holiday Dinner was collected by Second Harvest and donated to Good Shepherd Ministries
Living and breathing one of the MLSE visions and values, more than 150 MLSE employees donated their time generic cialis to contribute to this event. Thanks to all of our employees, suppliers, and partners.