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Upcoming ONEXONE Events Will Benefit Children in Need
August 11, 2011
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In Toronto on September 9th? Drop by Yorkville early, and you'll get a good meal in support of a good cause. Food Network chef David Rocco and some celebrity pancake flippers are hosting a free breakfast to bring attention to ONEXONE's "Feeding Our Children" initiative, which is dedicated to providing nutritional food to Canadian children in need.

The breakfast kicks off two days of ONEXONE events, all designed to raise awareness and money for kids in need in Canada, the United States, Haiti and around the world. Starting at 6:30 pm on September 9th, Harry Connick Jr. will be performing at the Four Seasons Hotel, followed by Celebrity Charity Challenge - a little taste of Vegas in T.O.

The following night at the Kool Haus, Lupe Fiasco, Kardinal, and Melanie Fiona will rock the stage for a Blow Out Concert, presented by DIESEL, ONE UP, and INK. ONEXONE raised $13 million last year in donations and supplies, and 95% of those funds went directly to projects that help kids get access to water, food, health care, education and play.

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