Sysoft is proud to support such an important event to raise funds to help those suffering from breast cancer.
As a proud member of our community, our team understands how important it is to give back. The more we grow and succeed as a business, the more opportunity we have to give to those in need.
That’s precisely why we are choosing to support Eat To The Beat 2018. This amazing event will do so much to support so many people in need, and we want to do what we can to help.
What Is Eat To The Beat?
Eat To The Beat brings together 60 female chefs to prepare unforgettable meals for attendees from all over Canada and beyond. Based in Roy Thomson Hall and taking place on October 23, the event will host 800 guests, and all funds raised will go towards breast cancer programs and services to support women, families, and friends from diagnosis to survivorship.
Since its first year, Eat To The Beat has raised an amazing $4.3 million to fund breast cancer support programs and services. Last year, at a single event, more than 700 attendees raised $185,000 alone!
At each event, it is guaranteed that no more than 25% of the funds raised go towards covering the cost of the event, and everything else raised goes directly to support the work of the Canadian Cancer Society.
How Is Sysoft Contributing To The Event?
The Sysoft team recognizes how wide-reaching the effects of breast cancer are – from the victims themselves, to their families, friends, and coworkers. In order to support Eat To The Beat, and those fighting breast cancer right now, we’re choosing to participate in the event by donating some items for their Mystery Bags.
Mystery Bags offer attendees a few surprise treats, with unknown items worth anywhere from $25 – $300 in each one. According to Eat To The Beat, these Mystery Bags sell out every year, and so we’re happy to help make them worth it for this year’s attendees.
If you’re in a position to do so, we hope you’ll consider helping out in some way as well. Sysoft is proud to support Eat To The Beat, and we’re looking forward to the next opportunity we’ll have to do so as well.
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