Lexus On The Park In Your Community

In 2018 We Donated A Total Of
355,712
In 2017 We Donated A Total Of
268,517

               2018 Initiatives 

For the year of 2018 not only did we want to continue to be involved and give back to our community in as many ways as we could, we also wanted our staff to have a direct impact. This year we gave our staff the power to choose where and in what ways we could give back to our community. Through personal trials, conflicts, sadness for some and delight for others,  we let our staff choose the many different areas in society that were near and dear to them. As a result we have already donated to more than 30 charities this year!


 


 

AMOUNT DONATED: $100,000

Staff Member: Alistair Baxter General Manager & Partner

Every minute a new child is diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. This year, LEXUS ON THE PARK donated $100,000 to Diabetes Canada and Put a Squeeze on Diabetes. With the help of the other dealerships in the Canada One Automotive Group, we held a national Diabetes Lemonade stand Day. From Toronto to as far as Edmonton, each dealership held a lemonade stand to help raise money to send kids with Type 1 Diabetes to camp.

ABOUT:  This fundraising initiative was born from the efforts of one Camp Huronda camper, Jamie, and his bestfriend, Max.  Since  2008, they have operated a lemonade stand in their neighbourhood to raise funds for diabetes research. We were honoured  to be a part of this amazing cause

  

For more information on Put A Squeeze on Diabetes or to contribute to the cause, please click here: 

For more information on Diabetes Canada  or to contribute to the cause, please click here



 

AMOUNT DONATED: $25,000

Staff Member: Haskell Beale, Sales Consultant

With this being near and dear to many of our heats, we were proud to present ALS  with a cheque for $25,000.

ABOUT: Founded in 1977, the ALS Society of Canada (ALS Canada) and our provincial partners are dedicated to supporting  Canadians living with ALS and investing in research to make ALS a treatable, not terminal, disease. They are a  registered charity that receives no government funding - all services and research are funded through the generosity of their  donors.

  

For more information on ALS Canada or to contribute to the cause, pleaseclick here

  

AMOUNT DONATED: $30,000

We are pleased to donated #30,000 to Leaside baseball for the improvement of the historic Talbot Park-the oldest and most historic baseball sites in Canada. We are honoured to be a part of the improvements for the current and future youth of Leaside and Toronto. 

  
                                                

For more information on Leaside Baseball  or to contribute to the cause, please click here:

For more information on The East York Foundation or to contribute to the cause, please click here


 
 

AMOUNT DONATED: $25,000

Staff Member: Abid Shivji, Service Manager

We were happy to donate $25,000 and contribute to the 2018 The World Partnership walk held Sunday June 17, 2018..

ABOUT: Aga Khan Foundation Canada (AKFC), is an international development organization and registered charity. Working in Africa and Asia, we tackle poverty on many fronts: improving access to quality education and health, increasing food security, creating economic opportunities for women and men, and building strong, resilient communities and local institutions.

In Canada, AKFC promotes discussion and learning on global issues, raise funds, tap into Canadian expertise to strengthen their development work, and build partnerships with Canadian institutions. Since 1980, AKFC's programs have helped millions of people unlock their potential to build a better life.

For more information on AFKC and the World Partnership Walk or to contribute to the cause, please clickhere:



 

AMOUNT DONATED: $10,000

Staff Member: Sean Johnson, Pre-Owned Car Sales Manager

ABOUT: It is estimated that one in eight men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetimes. Diagnosis and treatment can take an emotional and physical toll on men and their families. At Sunnybrook, they believe life after treatment should be as good as before.

For more information on Prostate Cancer and The Sunnybrook Foundation to contribute to the cause, please click here 


 

AMOUNT DONATED: $5,000

Staff Member: Kevin Fam - Assistant Service Manager

ABOUT: "The Good Shepherd", as it is affectionately called, is well known on the streets of Toronto. It's a place to get a  hot  meal, clean clothes, a safe, clean bed for the night. It's a place to go when you need someone to listen, someone to help.

It was our pleasure to present Good Shepherd Ministries with a cheque for $5,000 to help them with their daily cause

For more information on Good Shepherd Ministries or to contribute and or volunteer for the cause, please click here 


 

 

AMOUNT DONATED: $5,000

ABOUT: In 2007, the Weizmann Instituted established a fellowship program open to outstanding female PhD graduates from all   Israeli institutions of higher learning. This program was created to help close the gender gap at the high level of academia and  to  help with costs associated with post doctorial training abroad. Lexus on the Park is proud to help out with this amazing cause.

For more information on Wonderful Women, click here to visit their website by clicking here 


 

AMOUNT DONATED: $2,500

Staff Member: Benson Lin, Service Advisor

ABOUT: Ontario's Macdonald-Cartier Freeway, better known as Highway 401, is the main transportation corridor linking  Windsor  with Quebec City, and crosses through some of the most densely populated areas in Canada. In 2007, a 170  kilometre  portion of the highway stretching from CFB Trenton to the Don Valley Parkway (and later Keele Street) in Toronto  was  designated the Highway of Heroes, reflecting its use as the route for funeral convoys carrying fallen Canadian Forces  service men and women from CFB Trenton to the coroner's office in Toronto. 

To join Highway of Heroes  in planting 2 million trees along the 401 Highway of Heroes, a tribute to the men and  women  who  fought  for Canada in our wars, and a living memorial to 117,000 who lost their lives for freedom please click here: 

 

AMOUNT DONATED: $2,500

Staff Member: Anonymous

ABOUT: Founded in 1998, Broad Reach Foundation for Youth Leaders is a registered charity built on partnerships with youth-serving agencies in the Toronto community. Promoting accessibility and inclusion, they  believe that economics should never be a barrier to participation.  Offering the only free program for at-risk youth that combines building life skills, job training and sailing in a unique setting aboard one of our 35-40' sailboats.  Through on-shore and on-water programs, youth aged 12-24, use sailing as a learning medium to develop curiosity, courage, confidence and caring.

For more information on Broad Reach Foundation For Youth Leaders  or to help contribute to their cause, please click here 


 

AMOUNT DONATED: $2,500

Staff Member: Anonymous

ABOUT: C.A.R.E. was founded in October 2006 by Cindy Mininni. She devoted her life to helping animals in need but sadly passed away in October 2012. Her life's work continues. Companion Animal Rescue Effort (C.A.R.E.) is devoted to the rescue of stray, abandoned, injured, orphaned cats and dogs, with special emphasis on feral cats. Volunteer-run, C.A.R.E is dependent on public donations to fund programs. There is no shelter facility at this time: they run a network of foster homes.

For more information on Companion Animal Rescue Effort or to help contribute and or volunteer for their cause, please click here 

 

AMOUNT DONATED: $2,500

Staff Member: Larry Danziger, Sales Consultant

ABOUT: For over 60 years, Heart & Stroke has been dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke. Our work has saved thousands of lives and improved the lives of millions of others

To learn more about their story or for more information on how to contribute to the cause please click here: 


 

AMOUNT DONATED: $2,500

Staff Member: Anonymous

ABOUT: For over 40 years, JDRF has been a global leader in the search for an end to type 1 diabetes (T1D), through both research funding and advocacy. During that time, JDRF has always talked about a cure as a singular destination: a return to normal physiology.

We are happy to donate $2,500 to help with this cause

For more information on JDRF or to help contribute to their cause, please click here 


 

AMOUNT DONATED: $2,500

Staff Member: Benson Lin, Service Advisor

ABOUT: Since the mid 1950's Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) has provided volunteer driver transportation assistance for people with cancer. CCS's Wheels of Hope Service is one of the largest volunteer-provided programs in North America. The Wheels of Hope Transportation Service covers 2 programs: Volunteer Driver Provided Program and Family Provided Program These programs are intended to assist an eligible client and escort (if required) with their short-term travel to attend cancer-specific medical appointments or supportive care services Cancer patients are picked up and taken to their appointment by a volunteer driver in a friendly and supportive environment. Sadly, one in five cancer patients cannot get to their life-saving cancer treatments. Wheels of Hope is filling that gap. We anticipate the need for the program will increase each year given the aging population and more advanced screening practices.

For more information on Wheels Of Hope or to help contribute to their cause or volunteer, please click here 


 

AMOUNT DONATED: $2,500

Staff Member: Anonymous

ABOUT: Children's Mental Health Ontario (CMHO) is the association representing Ontario's publicly-funded Child and Youth Mental Health Centres. With the combined strength of their members, they advocate for government investments, policies and programs that are responsive to the needs of children, youth and families seeking mental health services in Ontario. CMHO's primary goal is to promote a coordinated and high quality system of care that puts children, youth and families first.

For more information on CMHO or to help contribute to their cause, please click here 


 

AMOUNT DONATED: $2,500

Staff Member: Josie Allen, Delivery Specialist

ABOUT: Camp BUCKO (Burn Camp for Kids in Ontario) is a camp open to burn survivors between the ages of 7-17.  The camp has grown to over 70 children attending the week long camp in August.  There is no fee to attend Camp BUCKO. They are a registered charity providing the program through generous donations from Firefighters Associations, service groups, and other public and private organizations. A Board of volunteers from across Ontario plans for camp all year. With the donations that are received they are able to fully fund each child's stay at camp, their transportation and provide them with souvenirs from camp, otherwise known as "swag".

We are very happy to be a part of that mission

For more information on Camp Bucko or to help contribute to their cause, please click here 


 

AMOUNT DONATED: $2,500

Staff Member: Stephen De Silva, Sales Consultant

ABOUT: The Humane Society of Durham Region was incorporated in 1988 under the name Durham Animal Welfare. We then became an independent operating affiliate of the Ontario S.P.C.A. under the new name Humane Society of Durham Region (HSDR). HSDR is made up of a Volunteer Board of Directors, staff members and volunteers. HSDR is a community resource, dedicated to protecting and providing temporary shelter and comfort to all companion animals in need, while promoting adoptions and re-homing for unwanted, abused, neglected and abandoned pets.

For more information on HSDR or to help contribute and or volunteer with their cause, please click here 


 

AMOUNT DONATED: $2,500

Staff Member: Cedric Meschino, Sales Consultant

ABOUT: Christian Children's Fund of Canada mission is to create a future of hope for children, families, and communities by helping them develop the skills and resources to overcome poverty and pursue justice. For nearly 60 years, they have followed the example of Christ by serving the poor regardless of their faith, cultural, and ethnic background.

We are honoured to sponsor a child for the next 64 months and to provide funds to any project in greatest need.

For more information on Christian Children's Fund of Canada or to help contribute and or volunteer for their cause, please click here


 

AMOUNT DONATED: $2,500

Staff Member: Cedric Meschino, Sales Consultant

ABOUT: The Redwood offers safety, healing and opportunities for growth for women and their children fleeing abuse. Families receive case management and counseling services from Resident Services Counselors, access to empowering and life-changing programs, and transitional support when they are ready to take the steps toward a new life.

For more information on The Redwood or to help contribute and or volunteer for their cause, please click here 


AMOUNT DONATED: $2,500

Staff Member: Farzad A. Jafari, Sales Consultant

ABOUT: In 1995, a small group of volunteers in Toronto, with a strong belief in and commitment to the principles that guide the work of Kahrizak Charity Foundation in Iran, organized and established Kahrizak Foundation of Canada.  Their goal was to raise funds and make financial contributions to Kahrizak Charity Foundation in Iran with a focus on MS patients, as well as to raise awareness within the community about this organization through various means.

For more information on Kahrizak Foundation of Canada or to help contribute and or volunteer for their cause, please click here 


 

AMOUNT DONATED: $2,500

Staff Member: Josie Allen, Delivery Specialist 

ABOUT: The Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada is a dedicated team of volunteers, patients, survivors, family members, health care professionals and staff, determined to make the journey with a brain tumour one full of hope and support. The foundation works collaboratively to serve the needs of those Canadians affected by all types of brain tumours.

For more information on the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada or to help contribute to their cause, please click here 


 

AMOUNT DONATED: $2,500

Staff Member: Larry Danziger, Sales Consultant & Abid Shivji, Service Manager

For more information on the SickKids and information on how to donate please click here  


 

AMOUNT DONATED: $2,500

Staff Member: Michellene Dominguez, Sales Administrator

ABOUT: NCOP International Canada, Inc. is a duly registered Canadian charity dedicated to uplift the lives of poor families in developing countries through shelter, child education, and humanitarian relief. ANCOP aims to restore the poor's hope and dignity, organizing them into sustainable and self-reliant communities through livelihood assistance, values formation, and community empowerment.

For more information on the ANCOP or to help contribute to their cause, please click here 


December 2017 


 

HOLIDAY Toy Drive


Lexus on the Park is proud to support North York General Hospital's (NYGH) Annual Holiday This toy drive will be held until December 18th, so help lift a child's spirit by donating a new, unwrapped toy for a child who will be in the hospital over the holidays. If you are vising us between now and December 18th, please bring your toy to Lexus on the Park!

For more information on NYGH and their annual holiday toy drive, please click here!

 

HOLIDAY FOOD DRIVE

Lexus on the Park is proud to support Daily Bread Food Bank's Holiday Drive. This drive ends December 31st and the money and food raised will help Daily Bread provide food for almost 200 food programs across Toronto throughout the winter months! Please bring in a non-perishable item if you are coming in for service, questions, or even just to visit us!
For more information on Daily Bread Food Bank and their Holiday Drive please click here!


November 2017 

 

The Annual Silver Ball

Raised $1 MILLION DOLLARS!

Amount Donated: $74,824.42

The Silver Ball is an exclusive gala held to raise funds for Providence Healthcare. This gala so far raised over $14 million for Providence Healthcare and is one of Toronto's most anticipated annual events. Lexus On The Park has proudly donated a new 2017 RX 350 at a retail value of $74,824.42 to the Silver Ball Gala held this year on November 4, 2017. For the 24th Annual Silver Ball, Lexus On The Park helped raise $1 million!

For more information on Providence Healthcare or the Silver Ball Gala, click here to visit their website.


       

North York General Hospital Foundation

For almost 50 years, North York General Hospital (NYGH) has served our community, caring for patients and families who depend on us. Since our establishment in 1968, NYGH has grown to be one of Canada's leading community academic hospitals, seeing over 420,000 patients every year.

For November, Lexus On The Park will be participating in a test drive program in partnership with North York General Foundation. From November 6 - December 6, Lexus On The Park will donate 15% for every test drive taken, to support child & youth mental health at North York General.

For more information on North York General Foundation or to donate, click here to visit their website.


 

GO ALL IN - CHAI LIFELINE

Amount Donated: $5,400

Chai Lifeline is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping Canadian children suffering from serious illnes, as well as their family member. Chai Lifeline is holding a Go All In Texas Hold'em Poker Tournament to help support this cause. This year, Lexus On The Park is proud to be the valet sponsor for this event

For more information on Chai Lifeline and how to attend this event, please click here to visit their website.


  

Leaside Sports Hall Of Fame Induction

Amount Donated: $1,000

Lexus On The Park is proud to help celebrate sports in Leaside! Lexus On The Park's support will help fun the annual induction ceremony and community celebration Friday November 17, 2017 at Leaside Arena. The event will honour athletes and builders in sport and is an opportunity for all members of the community to celebrate voluteerism and athletic excellence in Leaside.

For more information on the Easy York Foundation and the Leaside Sports Hall of Fame please click here to visit their website.


October 2017

    

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

YOU Helped Lexus On The Park Raise $10,000!

Amount Donated $10,000

Progress is being made in the fight against breast cancer! Early detection and increased screening rates combined with better treatment therapies have resulted in a 44% decrease in the breast cancer death rate since the late 1980's. Breast cancer is still the most common cancer and the second leading cause of cancer death among women in Canada. It is for these reasons, that we are committed to supporting the breast cancer cause!

This past October, we donated funds to the Canadian Cancer Society on behalf of our customers in support of:

· Funding high-quality breast cancer research

· Educating women about early detection

· Providing information and support services to those living with breast cancer, ensuring that no one is alone in their journey


 
 

Childhood Cancer Canada Foundation

The Purple Party 

Over $175,000 Raised! 

Amount Donated $15,000

Over 450 guests will be dressed to impress at the Purple Party at the Fifth Social on October 19! This evening was filled with surprise celebrity guest performances, delicious food, and inspirational speeches from childhood cancer surviours. The goal of this event was to help raise money to fund research to cure every child with cancer. We are ecstatic to say that we helped raise over $175,000 that night! Though this outstanding amount will help with the fight, the Childhood Cancer Canada Foundation will continue to provide important connectivity and education programs for Canadian children with cancer and their families.

For more information on Childhood Cancer Canada Foundation, click here to visit their website.

  
 
     

Leaside Volleyball 

Amount Donated: $5,000

Lexus on the Park is a proud supporter of Leaside Volley ball. Leaside Volleyball League was founded in 2010 by John Child, a 3 time Olympian and Olympic Bronze Medallist, and Christian Redmann, a 2x Canadian National Champion and current National Team member. The program was designed to help kids learn a love of volleyball through a fun and educational experience. 

For more information on Leaside Volleyball, click here to visit their website.

Good Luck This Season Girls!

    

September 2017



Sarah and Claire's Food Drive 

Amount Donated: $1,000

14 year old Sarah, started a Thanksgiving food drive to help those who are unfortunate. This year, Lexus on the Park is proud to help Sarah and Claire reach their goal by providing 40 Thanksgiving Holiday Hampers to those in need. To date, Sarah & Claire's Food Drive has raised nearly 400,000 pounds of food/funds for food banks and community food centres in the City of Toronto.  They continue to be the largest community-based food drive that supports Daily Bread Food Bank, and are a grassroots initiative, fuelled by youth who are determined to make a difference in changing the state of food insecurity in the City of Toronto. 

For more information on Sarah and Claire's Food Drive, click here to visit their website.

 

The 24th Leaside Rotary Community Corn Roast 

Amount Donated: $1,000

The 24th Annual Leaside Rotary Club Community Corn Roast was held Sunday, September 17 at Trace Manes Park. Mark. Lexus on the Park is a proud supporter of the annual event.

The Rotary Club of Toronto Charitable Foundation is the fundraising and granting entity of the Rotary Club of Toronto. Its primary mission is to fund programs, in the City of Toronto, which benefit children and youth in the areas of health, education, child abuse and neglect, social development and life enrichment. It also funds community programs for the homeless, disabled and seniors and contributes, from time to time, to international Rotary projects which assist children and youth. 

For more information on the 24th Leaside Rotary Community Corn Roast, click here to visit their website.

 

July 2017



Toronto Parks and Tree Foundation 

Amount Donated: $62,000

Toronto Parks and Trees Foundation has been helping Toronto transform its parks and green spaces since 2002. Unfortunately July 16, 2014 marked the day of Georgia Walsh's tragic passing. Thus, the dream of a $1.2 Million Trace Manes Park Rejuvenation Project was born. We were very sadden here at Lexus on the Park by this tragedy and wanted to help in as many ways as we could, as this Leaside tragedy was very close to home here from us at Lexus On the Park. This dream is to rejuvenate Trace Manes Park, which was a place that Georgia loved. A total donation of

$62,000 was made of behalf of Lexus on the Park to support this dream. A dream that is committed to provide 4 main things:

1. A community where parents can be reassured their children are safe, without being overprotective due to fear. 

2. A neighbourhood where kids are allowed the freedom to explore, to learn and to be curious, while also being safe. 

3. A neighbourhood where children learn independence within safe boundaries so they can build their self-esteem and confidence to navigate the world and grow. 

4. A community that can live on, without the fear that took hold of parents on July 16, 2014. 

For more information on Trace Manes Playground Rejuvenation, click here to visit their website.


June 2017


Diabetes Hope Foundation

Amount Donated: $5,000

On June 26, Diabetes Hope Foundation hosted its 21st Annual Swing of Hope Golf Tournament. This event is in support of Diabetes Hope Foundation's programs for youth living with diabetes.

Diabetes Hope Foundation was created to fill that gap and help families struggling with the financial and emotional challenges of children living with diabetes. The organization believes that by focusing on these youth, can create healthier and more productive adults tomorrow. Here at Lexus on the Park we want to be part of that mission. We are pleased to help Diabetes Hope Foundation become one step closer to their mission.

For more information on Diabetes Hope Foundation, click here to visit their website.


   

The 7th Annual Yorkville Exotic Car Show 

Amount Donated: $6,400

Lexus on the Park is proud to have been a Gold Level sponsor for the 2017 Yorkville Exotic Car Show. This past Father Day Yorkville's Exotic Car Show took place on Bloor Street between Avenue Road and Bay Street where people were able to get up close with some of the best examples of automotive design from around the world and help raise funds for Prostate Cancer Canada. For more information on the Yorkville Exotic Car Show please visit their website.


   

How It All Started? 

Amount Donated: $10,000

This fundraising initiative was born from the efforts of one Camp Huronda camper, Jamie, and his bestlemonade stand family 2 friend, Max.  Since 2008, they have operated a lemonade stand in their neighbourhood to raise funds for diabetes research. This June Lexus on the Park is a proud supporter of Put a Squeeze on Diabetes!

For more information on Put a Squeeze on Diabetes, click here to visit their website.


May 2017

Jack Ride: Canada's Ride For Youth Mental Health 

Amount Donated: $5,000

Lexus on the Park is proud to have sponsored the 2017 Jack Ride: Canada's Ride For Youth Mental Health. This year the Jack Ride surpassed their goal of $550,000.00 and raised a record breaking total of $713,421,10.

Congratulations to all the riders, sponsors, volunteers and donors for the record breaking total. For more information on JackRide please visit there website.



Wonderful Women 

Amount Donated: $5,000

In 2007, the Weizmann Instituted established a fellowship program open to outstanding female PhD graduates from all Israeli institutions of higher learning. This program was created to help close the gender gap at the high level of academia and to help with costs associated with post doctorial training abroad. Lexus on the Park is proud to help out with this amazing cause. 

For more information on Wonderful Women, click here to visit their website.



Mission Statement:

Amount Donated: $710

"We commit to Canada's young people that we will be leaders in providing them with the highest quality, volunteer based mentoring programs"

Big Brothers and Sisters of Toronto believe that every child should have the opportunity to reach his or her full potential. Here at Lexus on the Park we also believe in this mission statement. We are very happy to work with Big Brothers and Big Sisters by participating in their Hole in One Event 

For more information on the Big Brothers Big Sisters Charity and their mission, click here to visit their website.

  

April 2017


    

Amount Donated: $1,000

Lexus on the Park is proud to be a supporter of ALS Canada. The proceeds of a March 2017 sales competition were voted upon by the winning team to be donated to ALS Canada to help them continue their important research to put an end to this devastating disease. For more information on ALS Canada please visit their website.

    

March 2017

 

 

Toronto Prayer Breakfast 

Amount Donated: $1,000 

This past March, the Toronto Prayer Breakfast brought together local clergy, ministry leaders and other members of Toronto's Christian community that gathered along with leaders from Toronto's business, government, arts entertainment, education and media sectors. Over 500 people came out as they enjoyed breakfast, listen to a message from the guest speaker, Gary Thomas, and most importantly prayed for our city. Lexus on the Park was happy to lend a hand and support his day.  

For more information on the Toronto Prayer Breakfast, click here to visit their website.

 
 

AGA Khan Museum 

Amount Donated: $1,500

Aga Khan Museum offers unique insights and new perspectives into Islamic civilizations and the cultural threads that weave through history binding us all together. Their goal is for the Museum to be a centre of education and learning, and that it will act as a catalyst for mutual understanding and tolerance. In March, Lexus on the Park was very happy to sponsor this cause, helping Aga Khan Museum one step closer to their mission!

For more information click here to visit their website.

 

 

Family Fun Night  

Amount Donated: $1,200  

Family Fun Night (FFN) is Northlea's largest fundraiser, and all monies raised at this fun-filled event go towards supporting school-based enrichment initiatives benefiting Northlea students! This past March, Lexus on the Park was happy to sponsor this event and help raise funds for supporting school-based enrichment initiatives that will benefit Northlea students. 

For more information on Family Fun Night, click here to visit their website.

          

February 2017


Better Living Fashion Show and Gala 

Amount Donated: $2,000 

On February 23, 2017 the 12th Annual Better Living Fashion Show and Gala took place at the gorgeous Parkview Manor. This is Better Living Charitable Foundation's signature Gala fundraising event. 

The Better Living Charitable Foundation raises necessary funds for essential programs and services for more than 7,000 Better Living clients, members, residents and their loved ones. This past February Lexus on the Park was excited to be involed with this is wonderful cause.

For more information on The Better Living Charitable Foundation's Fashion Show and Gala, click here to visit their website.

 

Leaside Hockey Association

Amount Donated: $4,000

The Leaside Hockey Association provides safe, recreational and competitive hockey programs for the youth of our community. In February, Lexus on the Park was proud to be a part of this wonderful cause by participating in the Select Invitation Tournament. 

For more information on Leaside Hockey Association and the Select Invitation Tournament, click here to visit their website.

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