You might have noticed a new addition to the HoHoTO ticket roster this year – VIP tickets, which we’re selling a very limited number of for just $150.
In the past, we’ve had one tier of tickets – general admission – available, but we decided to kick it up a notch this year by offering a VIP experience to those willing to plunk down the cash. It’s a win/win situation: you get extra perks with your VIP admission, and we raise even more money for The Daily Bread Food Bank.
So, what exactly do you get with your VIP ticket?
We’re glad you asked!
In addition to your ticket into the hottest holiday party this year, you’ll also have access to an exclusive VIP area on the main floor complete with booths to lounge in and a private cash bar (so say goodbye to waiting at the main bar to get served).We’ll also be serving complimentary drinks and appetizers to our very important guests (that could be you!) from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the VIP area.
Best of all, you can rest easy (and party hard) knowing that you’re doing an awesome thing by supporting The Daily Bread Food Bank.
So, if you find yourself with some extra cash burning a hole in your wallet this season, why not use it to grab a VIP ticket for you or someone you care about?
Join us for #HoHoTo “the party that Twitter built” on Thursday, December 19th at The Mod Club in Toronto.
Want more details? How about? Awesome DJs, a cash bar, a raffle with fabulous prizes and lots of twitterluvvin’ – what more could you want? This party is for geeks, phreaks, webheads, twitterfiends, techies, media, marketing/PR types and ANYONE who owns a pair of dancing shoes! There will be boatloads of holiday cheer, plenty of beer – all for a great cause – The Daily Bread Food Bank.
We’re happy to announce that HoHoTO 2013 is a go! Mark your calendars for Dec. 19!
With the blessing of its founders, a new team of organizers made up of past volunteers, attendees, supporters and others who simply could not let HoHoTO end have come together to bring it back to the Virgin Mod Club for a sixth year.
Since its inception as a single tweet, HoHoTO has earned its stripes as a community fundraiser for a good cause, as well as a holiday party where you can meet tweeps IRL. Called “the party that Twitter built,” HoHoTO is often cited as one of the first examples of a hyper-connected online social movement which made a real-world difference. Since its founding in November, 2008, HoHoTO has raised almost $285,000 for Toronto Daily Bread Food Bank.
We’re not an entity – we’re a bunch of people. We’re a community, not a foundation. We are the best holiday party you may never have been to (yet!), and a great way to help feed a lot of hungry people.
So join us on Dec. 19, and help make this year’s HoHoTO the most successful ever in support of the Toronto Daily Bread Food Bank.
This party sells out fast and furious, so be sure to get your tickets (and a few for your friends!) as soon as possible. There are two ways you can do that:
1. Get your tickets NOW! Simple, right?
2. Sponsor HoHoTO and get tickets to use, give away, or raffle off with your sponsorship deal.
You can also participate by getting creative with food drives, swear jars, and other fun ways to raise money for the Daily Bread Food Bank within your company, social networks and friends. Get your mojo on and prepare to bask in glory — it’s super awesome of you to be supporting a kick-ass holiday party for a great cause!
About Daily Bread Food Bank Daily Bread Food Bank is fighting to end hunger in our communities.
As the hub of the food bank community in Toronto, Daily Bread supports approximately 170 member agencies in running different kinds of food relief programs. Its agencies run neighbourhood food banks where people come to access food hampers, as well as meal programs where people can access prepared meals such as soups or casseroles.
Daily Bread is the largest provider of emergency food relief in the GTA. Its member agencies see a monthly average of 66,000 client visits and serve the majority of the clients accessing food bank hampers in the city and many of the clients accessing prepared meals. Daily Bread’s boundaries encompass the former cities of East York, Toronto, Scarborough, Etobicoke and York.
Daily Bread is non-partisan and all-inclusive. Its supporters come from every income bracket, cultural background, faith group and walk of life. Whether informed by faith or social justice, the one thing they have in common is the belief that no one in our communities should go hungry.