The Passion Campaign Takes Place Dec. 11 in Greater Toronto Area

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"The Passion Campaign™ sponsored by Restoration Environmental - REC Demolition and Abcott Construction is creating awareness by supporting 13 charitable organizations that everyday are on the frontline feeding the hungry, cold, poor and homeless living on Toronto streets, At http://www.thepassioncampaign.ca; you can learn more about the thirteen grass-root charities that will benefit from this initiative, and as noted above, are dedicated to helping those most vulnerable and in need "

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Helping feed the homeless and less fortunate every day

The Passion Campaign™ is an awareness initiative developed on the belief that the people, small businesses and corporations of the Greater Toronto Area have no limits when it comes to their generosity in supporting the needs of the homeless, less fortunate or working poor in our great city.

While we are launching this awareness campaign during the holiday period, the main purpose is to raise awareness of the plight of these individuals all year round. However, it is at this particular time of year that their needs are at their greatest.

Press Conference for All Media:
Thursday, December 11th, 9:30 am, at The National Club, in the Tudor Room, 3rd Floor, 303 Bay Street, Toronto, Ontario: business casual attire required, just south of Adelaide Street West and north of King Street West, Toronto.

The Passion Campaign™ has identified thirteen charitable organizations whose primary focus is to help those in need without regard to their creed, religion, colour or any other identifying attributes. Here is a list of the thirteen charity organizations that will benefit from your support of The Passion Campaign™; "Helping feed the homeless and less fortunate every day" (in Alphabetical order)

Evangel Hall Mission; Fred Victor Centre; Good Neighbours Club;    Good Shepherd Ministries; Mustard Seed Sisters of St Joseph; Sanctuary; Scott Mission; Second Base Youth Shelter Scarborough; St. John the Compassionate Mission; St. Christopher House; The Salvation Army Corps 614; Toronto Christian Resource Centre; Yonge Street Mission

The Passion Campaign™ is creating awareness by supporting 13 charitable organizations that are on the frontline feeding the hungry, cold, poor and homeless living on Toronto streets. At http://www.thepassioncampaign.ca; you'll be introduced to thirteen grass-root charities, dedicated to helping those most vulnerable and in need.

When you purchase The Passion Campaign™ calendar, you donate directly to the charities that touch your heart. Purchase The Passion Campaign™calendar as a reminder that people need help all year long. 100% of all The Passion Campaign™ Calendar sales goes directly to the list of charities. Show your compassion. Visit http://www.thepassioncampaign.ca today or call 416-618-8776 to make a donation that will make a difference.

The Passion Campaign™ is based on the presumption that all people are equal and deserve to be treated as such, without regard to their socio-economic standing in the community. It is our core belief that the individuals that we propose to support deserve compassion, empathy and understanding, not sympathy.

The initial phase of the campaign involves the selling of 5,000 calendars at a cost of $15.00 per calendar. The purchaser of the calendar will be able to allocate 100% of the entire purchase price to the charity of their choosing. These calendars have all been professionally produced and show beautiful scenes from across Canada.

The Passion Campaign™ has been created by Mr. Donald (Don) W. Bremner with the support of his group of companies Restoration Environmental Contractors (REC), REC Demolition REC Disaster and Abcott Construction. These companies have generously underwritten all the costs of production to ensure that the maximum amount of support is directed to the individuals who need support through the charities noted above.

We would also like to thank the following individuals who have so unselfishly and with open hearts either contributed their time, products, services or support for the good of the campaign; Keith Levit of Keith Levit Photography, Reverend Andrew Allan of Toronto Christian Resource Centre / Regent Park , Teresa Rolt of Trolt Creativity by Design, Superior Printing & Litho Inc. and Gary Dumbleton Web Design.

Our only desire is that this "awareness initiative" succeeds and provides the support that is so desperately needed during these tough economic times.

We look forward to your support in helping us raise the awareness of the needs of the less fortunate, the homeless, and the poor people of the GTA.

Together with your help and support, we can all help make a difference.

We are auctioning off thirteen gingerbread houses one for each participating charitable organization. We are also donating a total of 3,000 jars of organic peanut butter to be divided between the thirteen charities listed, and the Markham, Brantford and Toronto Daily Food Banks, thanks to Dwight and Philip Dehne of Nutco Inc.

"We would especially like to truly thank all our loyal customers for their support. Of course, a special thanks to all our dedicated employees and partners, whom work safely every day, they are some of the most innovative and talented in the construction, demolition, environmental remediation industry" states Don Bremner. Bremner was the former Owner of The Markham Waxers Junior "A" Hockey Club from 1994-2005. Don founded his company with only $80.00 and a dream.

Contact: David Bremner VP or Don Bremner, President/CEO
Direct-Line: 416-717-0541
donbremner@restorationenvironmental.com
Abcott Construction Ltd (Est. 1972 http://www.abcott.ca
Restoration Environmental Contractors (Est. 1989)
http://www.environmentalhazards.com
REC Demolition http://www.recdemolition.com
REC Soil Remediation http://www.soilremediation.com
REC Fire Flood Water Restoration
REC Disaster Recovery Contractors http://www.recdisaster.com
A Division of 836171 Ontario Inc.
Call 1-800-894-4924        E-Mails to: rec@restorationenvironmental.com

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