Be a Champion

Join us in supporting SickKids and the Possibilities Fund.

Friday, October 28, 2016
at the Arcadian Court, Toronto

Breakfast of Champions

October 28, 2016

Breakfast of Champions is an annual fundraising and networking event in support of SickKids Foundation featuring approximately 35 community and business leaders (we call “champions”) and is attended by over 300 young professionals.

This year’s event will be held on Friday, October 28, 2016 starting at 7:30 am at the Arcadian Court.

All proceeds raised through the event will go to the Possibilities Fund, which enables groundbreaking research, world-leading education, and best-in-class care at SickKids.

We’d love for you to join us and experience a productive and fun filled morning.

Did you know?

This year, Breakfast of Champions is supporting the Possibilities Fund at SickKids. It provides the most flexible source of funding for hospital administration and can therefore have a significant impact.

The Fund is available for any of the hospital’s urgent needs, including the need to:

  • Provide the best and most innovative care to patients, whether they are critically ill, injured, or living with a chronic condition;
  • Invest in research projects so that scientists can change the future of child health; and
  • Train doctors who care for children across Canada and the world.

The Possibilities Fund Enabled

2,168 research projects

1,110 trainees

248 full-time researchers

262 research fellows

The Goal: raise $200,000 for SickKids


Our annual fundraising and networking event in support of SickKids is hosted by approximately 35 community and business leaders, we call “champions”. In previous years, the Breakfast of Champions has featured champions like: John Tory, Mayor of Toronto; Kathleen Taylor, Chair of RBC and SickKids Foundation; Arlene Dickinson, CEO of Venture Communications; and Tim Leiweke, former President and CEO of MLSE.

About Us

We are a vibrant group of young professionals from the legal, financial, medical and media fields in Toronto with an ambition to support and bring awareness to underfunded divisions and priority areas at SickKids.

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SickKids, established in 1875, was the first paediatric hospital in Canada and has become one of the world’s top children’s hospitals. It is Canada’s leading centre dedicated to improving children’s health and home to Canada’s largest, hospital-based child health research institute.

2016 Sponsors


Canadian Tire

Breakfast Sponsor


Premier Sponsors

Aird & BerlisEquitable BankOslerRBC Wealth ManagementTorys

Champion Sponsors

Caledon Capital ManagementDHP LogodentonsMerrill Corporation CanadaTD


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