Brawl on Bay Street 2018

On November 8, 2018, Meyer will #punchcancerintheface by getting into the ring against John Koidis in support of Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. This is the third time he’ll be raising money through this event, it’s always a fun night and he's excited to be raising money for such a great cause.
 
Why Meyer’s doing this:
Meyer has been raising money for Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada since 2010, when his father (Nathan) was diagnosed with a rare CNS PNET Tumour almost exclusively found in children. While Nathan lost his fight, both Meyer and his sister (Deborah) have continued the fight through various endeavors for Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada. Together, let’s help them #Punchcancerintheface this November!
 
Event Details:
Date: Thursday November 8, 2018
Venue: Eglinton Grand Theatre, 400 Eglinton Avenue W, Toronto, Ontario
Starts: Doors Open at 6:00 pm, Fights Start at 8:00 pm
Tickets: $60 for Open access, $220 for Dinner and Table seat
Contact: Message Meyer for tickets 

If you are motivated by what Meyer's doing, please leave a donation below. Donations will be directed to funding brain tumour research in the hope for a future without brain tumours.

 

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