A concert and fundraiser for Israel Relief and Respite Fund at the JCC.

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Get ready for an unforgettable night of music, dancing, and community spirit featuring Porch Jam!

Born on the cozy porches of Toronto, Porch Jam brings big energy to the stage encompassing all genres from rock to blues.

As the rhythm fills the air, you’ll be supporting a cause close to our hearts-– the Israeli Respite Relief Fund.

Don’t miss your chance to party with a purpose. All proceeds will go to JCC Local Israeli Respite and Relief Fund.

Grab your tickets now and let’s get Jamming for Jerusalem!

JCC Local Israeli Respite and Relief:

Help Israeli families heal, find strength, and be embraced by our JCC community during this time of pain and struggle. Hundreds of families living in Israel have come to Toronto to take refuge. Many Israeli women and children have fled to our community to escape the dangers of war that have encircled their lives.

Your donation will be used to deliver critically needed programs including community healing gatherings, art therapy, lectures, workshops, and solidarity cultural events. To make your gift, please click here.

We cannot provide ticket refunds 48 before the showtime.

Presented by:

A Kultura Collective Member

Start Date: June 15, 2024

8:30 PM

Midtown Toronto

Leah Posluns Theatre
4588 Bathurst Street

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$40

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