5 Reasons To Fall In Love With Street-food Inspired Dishes
Here are 5 reasons that will make you fall in love with street-food-inspired dishes featuring flavors from around the world on Wednesday, Oct 5th, 2022, at the 6th annual Street Eats in the heart of Regent Park. Your all-access ticket to the whole evening can be purchased at an incredible price of $75.00 simply through the Street Eats website.
Location: Heart of Regent Park – 40 Oak Street, Toronto
Early Access: 5:30 pm (Fred Victor and sector staff)
Gates open: 6:00 pm – Lights Out: 9:00 pm
Get your tickets here: https://www.fredvictor.org/events/street-eats-2022/
If you can’t make it, please consider making a donation here.
Cozy up because this year we’re taking Street Eats outside where you have an all-access to an incredible culinary experience that features over 20 of Toronto’s finest chefs and makers. All while boosting food accessibility and support the impactful food security programming at Fred Victor Centre, this includes essential food skill, food access, edible garden, advocacy, and Taste of Regent Park.
Food you’ll feel good about!
The all-access pass to the whole night will capture your taste buds while empowering people who are experiencing poverty and homelessness. Featuring the Friends Catering, increasing people’s access to healthy and nutritious food, and provide training and meaningful social and economic opportunities to individuals.
Be part of the best foodie event in the Downtown-East
Get some inspiration for some amazing food and beverages, while having fun and supporting people experiencing poverty. Throughout the evening you will also enjoy live music, prizes, and amusements.
Connection, Community, and Insight
On event day – October 5 – guests will have the opportunity to get a glimpse of Fred Victor’s food programs and listen to frontline staff speak about the impact of their work.
Why support Street Eats is so vital this year!
Fred Victor is still very much on the frontlines for people most impacted by COVID-19 and now the growing costs of food and housing are sure to leave more people behind. Our programs have expanded to meet the increased need; for example, in our meal program alone, we are serving 22,000+ healthy, warm meals each month, up 60% since 2020, to people living on the streets, struggling with mental health and addictions, on fixed incomes, or working and supporting families and trying to make ends meet.
Help us reach our goal of raising $225,000 to support Fred Victor’s food programs, this includes providing thousands of daily warm meals, as well as community food gardens, food skills programs, and culinary-based employment and training programs, like the Women’s Bakery, to help people build up their lives and move forward.
Get outdoors, have some delicious food, connect with friends, and join us for this year’s Street Eats!