It’s time to get wild, Toronto.
So ruffle your feathers and get your tail on the dance floor for Pandamonium — an unforgettable evening of philanthropy and pleasure that will explore how wildlife, nature and people can thrive together.
Join World Wildlife Fund Canada on Thursday, June 23 as it hosts the wildest soirée of the summer in an evening in support of WWF-Canada’s continued effort to protect and advocate for wildlife and wild places.
If you’re in the dark, Earth has already lost 52 per cent of its wildlife populations in the last 40 years. Pandamonium will raise awareness of endangered animals and habitats that WWF is dutifully trying to protect.
The evening will take guests on a journey of the senses that will explore the realities facing vital species and habitats, as well as celebrate nature’s resilience. It’s a most fitting theme for the evening: Doom and Bloom.
Guests are encouraged to use the Doom and Bloom theme as inspiration for how they dress. Whether that means wearing dark colours to represent the endangerment of wild animals or a photo-worthy colourful cocktail dress to represent the power of nature’s resilience, the choice is up to you.
Throughout the evening, attendees can rub shoulders and clink glasses with Toronto’s most connected visionaries and trendsetters while mingling with the city’s brightest minds and supporters of the WWF.
So remember to bring your ‘A’ game and a stack of business cards.
The event will take place at the critically acclaimed Andrew Richard Designs studio, which will be transformed into the ultimate party playground. Here, guests can indulge in some of the city’s finest foods and drinks, enjoy an exclusive performance by The Strumbellas, be immersed in a multimedia spectacle created by digital masterminds Moment Factory (the Montreal-based company that’s worked with musicians from Arcade Fire to Jay-Z), and be dazzled by an operatic ‘Doom and Bloom’ duet.
So mark your calendars and get excited to be a part of the cause – and a great party.
We’ll see you there.