The Year in Review: Last September marked our 14th annual Recognition Night hosted by Cityline’s Tracy Moore. No stranger to charitable work, Tracy is passionate about encouraging young people to believe in their own abilities and frequently hosts the Mirror Ball as well as the YWCA’s Women of Distinction Awards.

The host of Cityline shared her experiences from Recognition Night on-air recently. “I was humbled by their [scholarship recipients] greatness. To know they’d been separated from their siblings and they had gone to 10 different foster homes and sometimes been in abusive situations, and to see them coming out with degrees – it was incredible,” Moore said.

Established to recognize scholarship recipients, volunteers and scholarship donors, Recognition Night is set to become one of Toronto’s most inspirational events. Hosted at Koerner Hall within The Royal Conservatory of Music the venue is a spectacular and befitting setting for an event which celebrates the resiliency, strength and accomplishment of vulnerable young people who overcome incredible obstacles on the way to creating better lives for themselves.

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The Children's Aid Foundation of Canada funds programs to help Canada's most vulnerable children and youth, those who have experienced or are at risk of abuse and neglect, overcome the obstacles in life that prevent them from reaching their full potential. We are committed to giving ongoing support to those who need it most.

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