Indie music star, Hayden Dresser, and his wife Christie Greyerbiehl, organized the first annual Dream Serenade, benefiting children with developmental and physical disabilities.
Donations from the benefit concert continue to rise! In addition to a cheque made out to the Toronto District School Board's (TDSB), Beverley School for $75,000, an extra $14,000+ has been received through online donations and merchandise sales. To date, just over $89,000 has been raised to help provide respite opportunities for children and their families, as well as towards the creation of an outdoor learning environment for the students at the school.
The event was held at the historic Massey Hall, featured performances from Hayden himself, Feist, Sarah Harmer, Barenaked Ladies, to name a few.
To read more about the event, click here to read an article from the TDSB.
Check out what was being said on Twitter:
Earlier this wk, musician @haydendesser presented a cheque to @BeverleySchool from the Dream Serenade Benefit Concert http://t.co/hsDlp5sDMf
— TFSS (@TFSS_) December 12, 2014
Thank you Dream Serenade artists and crew, @masseyhall, all who supported, attended, & @haydendesser & Christie. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/9pq3rFkqjK
— BeverleySchool (@BeverleySchool) December 10, 2014
Proceeds from @FeistMusic 's holiday merch sale kindly going to @BeverleySchool Check it out http://t.co/z3fRxH65Kr
— Hayden (@haydendesser) December 7, 2014
Amazing Place! RT @BeverleySchool: Thank you @haydendesser @sarah_harmer @loucanonmusic 🙂 The energy in the school was incredible!!
— Barenaked Ladies (@barenakedladies) October 24, 2014
Thank you @haydendesser @sarah_harmer @loucanonmusic @barenakedladies for an experience of a lifetime! #dreamserenade pic.twitter.com/BW39XByOD9
— BeverleySchool (@BeverleySchool) October 24, 2014