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University of Toronto students raise funds for EOK

May 09, 2014
Students from the Psychology Association of Undergraduate Studies at Erindale (or PAUSE) at the University of Toronto Mississauga held their Variety Night earlier this year with funds going to ErinoakKids. The evening raised $1000 that will go to support the work we do. 
Students from PAUSE at UTM present a cheque for $1000 to Shelley Maynard on the ErinoakKids fundraising team.
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