The holidays are about giving and togetherness. So do a little bit of both at this holiday charity pop-up at Concord Park Place.

Prepare to visit a holiday wonderland at this festive pop-up at Concord Park Place to raise money for the SickKids Foundation. Join the holiday celebrations, play with claw machines for FREE, and contribute to a good cause!

Here’s everything you need to know.

Holiday Charity Pop-Up 

Concord Park Place is teaming up with Claw & Kitty for a charity holiday event in support of the SickKids Foundation. The event will be a pop-up in North York, transforming the space into a holiday wonderland with claw machines filled with adorable plushies to be won!

The event is completely free to attend, but registering in advance will also get you 3 free tokens to play the games. If you want more, you’ll receive another 3 tokens for every $10 donation, with all proceeds going to the SickKids Foundation. 

Last Week’s Fundraiser

The first event took place on Sunday, December 3 at Concord Park Place, with a special morning event exclusive to SickKids patients and their families.  

SickKids patients and ambassadors stopped by with their families and left with smiles and arms full of stuffed animals. Concord was proud to donate $10,000 to the SickKids foundation with many generous visitor donations too!

Concord Park Place
Image via Concord Park Place

Jasper’s been a SickKids patient since birth. He has multiple conditions: a brain tumour, epilepsy, and issues with his endocrine system. Medically, Jasper is stable, however, he has many longer-lasting side effects from his treatment but did not let it stop him from enjoying the day.

Concord Park Place
Image via Concord Park Place

Louise was born with a birthmark covering half her face. She’s been through many challenging laser treatments and often deals with questions from strangers and classmates – but through it all, Louise stays determined and confident.

Image via Concord Park Place

Nori was diagnosed with stage 4 Neuroblastoma in January 2021 and has spent a lot of time doing tests and scans, chemotherapy, surgery, bone marrow transplants, radiation therapy, and immunotherapy. But her spirit remains high and she’s excited about the holiday season.

The next event will be on Sunday, December 10 and is open to the public from 1 PM to 5 PM. Walk-ins are welcome, but you need to register for those free tokens! 

About Concord Park Place

Concord is all about supporting charities and fostering community involvement through fun and free public events like this one. It’s not just about the holiday cheer. It’s about coming together to make a difference and spread joy to those who need it most.

Speaking of community events and philanthropy efforts, master-planned communities like Concord Park Place are all about creating spaces for events, pop-ups, and activations that bring people together and make a positive impact. It’s a space to live, gather, and connect – all at once!

So, mark your calendars, gather the fam, and enjoy a day of festive fun and giving back. More tickets and new plushies have been added. Don’t forget to register to secure your spot and get your free game tokens!


When: Sunday, December 10, from 1 PM to 5 PM
Where: Concord Park Place, 87 Esther Shiner Blvd
Cost: Free to attend, register to get free game tokens

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