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5 upcoming Fort McMurray fundraisers in Toronto

The fires may have ceased in Fort McMurray, but have you seen those photos? Residents still need a lot of help to deal with the aftermath of the tragic natural disaster. Toronto event organizers have stepped up to the plate to help out with a few events already this month.

Here are five Fort McMurray fundraising events in Toronto.

Fort McMurray Gameathon fundraiser (May 14)
Play games until the wee hours of the morning for a good cause. This one takes place at A-Game Cafe on Queen West, and there will be prizes.

Fort McMurray Charity Jam Return of the Mac (May 16)
Track and Field hosts this Monday night event with lots of drink specials, music, an auction and bocce ball tournament.

An Evening for Fort McMurray (May 17)
Head to the pool at the Thompson rooftop for this gathering. $20 at the door and live music from Eric the Tutor and Andy Warburton.

Fort McMurray animal rescue charity concert (May 25)
This is a charity show at the Silver Dollar with seven bands performing for the relief effort. All proceeds go to animal support groups organizing support in the wake of the fire.

2016 Lobster Fest in support of Fort McMurray (May 27)
The Steam Whistle Roundhouse presents Rodney's Oyster House lobster fest. Lobster cooked on site and, duh, lots of oysters and beer.

Have your own Fort McMurray-related event? Be sure to list in with this simple events form.

Photo via Track & Field's Instagram.


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