Celebrate Toronto’s finest food and drink to help young people experiencing homelessness access better nutrition.
Tuesday, October 16, 2018
Tickets: $125 single tickets (includes $75 donation receipt) | $ 1,125 ten tickets (includes $625 donation receipt)
The Atrium in Queen Richmond Centre West. See location details.
A celebration of Toronto’s finest food and beverage, Eva’s Taste Matters, presented by TD and held in honour of World Food Day will help young people experiencing homelessness access better nutrition. Hosted by Top Chef Brad Long in support of Eva’s Initiatives for Homeless Youth, you’ll enjoy a curated array of local gourmet delights, savory and sweet alike, and participate in our fun silent and live auctions. Join the movement of foodies ending youth homelessness and hunger!
Brad Long, renowned Canadian chef.
“Food is fuel, food is medicine, food is love.”
Brad Long is a renowned Canadian chef with a career spanning over 30 years. He is a leader advocating for ethical, local, organic, and sustainable practices from dirt to dish and a strong, vocal leader in the national food scene. Long is currently chef and owner of Café Belong and Belong Catering, where his understanding of food is reflected in the fresh, delicious fare he procures and serves every day.
Myles Chaulk, former resident.
“That was definitely a part of why I kept cooking. Because food is survival.”
Myles wasn’t always a great chef (he gave his friends’ food poisoning!). But he did get introduced to the food industry when he got a job at a diner. At age 16, Myles got a shock when his step-father kicked him out of the house. He thought, “if I go to jail, at least I’ll have somewhere to sleep.” Harrowing events brought him to Eva’s Place. There, he noticed the work of the food service staff member. “He came in every day,” says Myles, “… that man fed me every day for years. That was definitely a part of why I kept cooking. Because food is survival.” We’re so amazed at where Myles is now. He’s a successful Chef and he volunteers at Eva’s Place teaching residents how to cook. Don’t miss his keynote address at Eva’s Taste Matters. Myles is living proof that Eva’s transformative support helps young people build brilliant futures free of homelessness. You’ll be inspired!
The Atrium in Queen Richmond Centre West
134 Peter Street, Toronto, ON, M5V 2H2
The Atrium in Queen Richmond Centre West is less than 1km from Osgoode subway station, which is an accessible station. The closest parking is located at 302 Queen Street West and 120 Peter Street.