Ramp Up 2019
Join us at Ramp Up 2019 for StopGap’s 5th annual FUN-raiser!
Thanks to your generous support at last year’s Ramp Up, we were able to build hundreds of new ramps in communities all over the country and we’re starting to grow our initiatives internationally – wowza!
The event will take place on Thursday November 21st, 2019
at 6 pm at Wychwood Barns, 601 Christie Street, Toronto.
This year’s event will feature:
- A silent art ramp auction with more than 40 talented local artists
- A live Art Battle
- Delicious food and an open beverage bar
- Inclusive merry making
- Live musical performance
- Participatory art
- Captioning provided
All funds raised during this annual event will go towards our important initiatives and programs and will help us create more accessible spaces for everyone. We hope you’re able to join us for an exciting night of art and celebration!
Thank you so much to our RampUp 2019 presenting sponsor, Daniels Corporation for another year of incredibly generous support!
If you or your business or organization would like to help support this event and be a recognized sponsor on the night of our event, please contact email@example.com to be sent our sponsorship categories package!
StopGap On Tour Benefit Concert
StopGap On Tour capped off an amazing East Coast journey with a final benefit concert! Musician Tim Moxam has collaborated with some of Ontario’s finest songwriters-builders-crafters, including Broken Social Scene’s Jason Collett, to build a series of special edition StopGap ramps; pre-ordered and spec’d to accommodate the needs of a non-accessible venue, cafe, record store or other musical/cultural community hub in need somewhere in Canada.
We got together on Thursday, September 19th 2019 from 6 pm – 8 pm at The Cameron House (408 Queen Street West, Toronto)
StopGap in the News
CBC Listen, September 24, 2019Here and Now Toronto with Gill Deacon
Huddle, September 3, 2019New Ramp Sparks Conversations About Accessibility In Uptown Saint John
Global News Morning, August 23, 2019TV Interview: Singer-songwriter Tim Moxam is active in the StopGap Foundation while on Tour