SPC’s Annual Pie-a-Thon | Toronto

Written by Alex Wichert on February 2nd, 2017

The Student Philanthropy Council (SPC) is a student-run organization at the University of Toronto St. Michael’s College. The SPC, as they explain on their webpage, “thrives on a giving spirit, with a generous group of students, faculty, staff and alumni who donate their time, talent and treasure to make our community possible – something that should be known to all who come here.”

On January 26th, SPC held its Annual Pie-A-Thon at St. Michael’s College with all proceeds going to the Trek for Teens Foundation. Over $1,700 was raised from the event. Trek for Teens would like to thank the SPC and all students who attended.

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What is the Trek for Teens Foundation?

The Toronto Trek for Teens, or T3 for short, is a charitable project set up by youth, for youth. The trek itself consists of a team-oriented race which takes place in downtown Toronto every Spring. Teams of youth ages 13-19 solve problems and find hidden clues, working together to complete the course (much like the Amazing Race). Throughout the day, there are other ongoing festivities at and around Yonge-Dundas Square. Find out more about the Foundation.

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