DSTO information Fair

Be Sure to Come out to the DSTO Information Fair this October 18th, 2017 from 1pm to 8pm

THE DAY INCLUDES:
– Information from Toronto based agencies on services and supports for transitional youth (16 years of age and older) and adults (18 years of age and older) with a developmental disability.
– The opportunity to explore purchasing services with your Passport dollars.
– Information on fee for service programs.
– Agency and Community Partner presentations:
– 1:15pm-2:00pm: DSO Access to Services, Supports and Passport Funding
– 2:15pm-3:00pm: Panel Discussion: What you can do while you wait for funded services
– 3:15pm–4:00pm: Yellow Brick Road: Self-Advocate discussion, activities and personal reflection inspired by the characters in the Wizard of Oz
– 6:00pm–6:45pm: DSO Access to Services, Supports and Passport Funding
– 7:00pm–7:45pm: Panel Discussion: What you can do while you wait for funded services
– Opportunity for families to speak to dsto agency staff, self-advocacy groups and family groups.
More information will be available on the Developmental Services Ontario (DSO) website as we get closer to the event. Please check in for updates at www.dsotoronto.ca
– Presentations from the Fair will be available for viewing after the event at www.connectability.ca
Information Fair
A Free Event on Wednesday October 18, 2017• 1:00pm – 8:00pm
The Warehouse Event Venue at Downsview Park
35 Carl Hall Road. Unit 2
Toronto, Ontario, M3K 2B6

 

More information can be found here

Pegasus on Facebook!

Be sure to check out our new Facebook page here

 

 

 

Here is where you will find the latest updates on Pegasus on social media. You can also still check out our Pegasus Store specific Facebook Page here

 

Pegasus Executive Director attends 2017 Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon Finisher Medals Reveal

TORONTO. May 19, 2017. The 2017 Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon, Half marathon & 5K Finisher medals were unveiled last week as more than 120 local runners led by the RunTObeer crew and Canadian Olympians Reid Coolsaet and Lanni Marchant covered a mystery “reveal run” from the Rorschach Brewery to the Leuty Lifeguard Station.

The actual unveiling was done by Marchant and Coolsaet, who have been important parts of the Toronto Waterfront Marathon event. In 2013, Lanni ran 2:28:00 at the IAAF Gold Label race, to take out a 28-year old Women’s National Marathon Record. In 2011, Reid almost re-wrote Jerome Drayton’s 1975 Men’s Record, as he surged to take on the East Africans in The Beach section, before fading a little in the last 5k to come home 3rd (2:10:55) in a world-class field and book his ticket to the London Olympics. The Olympians were joined in the ceremony by the artists/designer; Dr. Johanna Carlo and Jessica Wright, Director of the Beach Village Business Improvement Association ; and Paula Murphy of Pegasus, the neighbourhood charity for the race , who invited the world to run The Beach on October 22nd. On that day, some 26,000 runners of all abilities, from 70 countries are expected to earn one of these fabulous souvenir medals of the city and its marathon, and take them home around the globe.

Photo credit: Inge Johnson/Canada Running Series

Photo credit: Inge Johnson/Canada Running Series

Photo credit: Inge Johnson/Canada Running Series

Photo credit: Inge Johnson/Canada Running Series

 

 

For more information and entry: www.STWM.ca

Spring 2017 Newsletter

Our Spring 2017 Newsletter is here, filled with updates on what’s going on in Pegasus!

You can find it  here.

Be sure to check back for more updates from Pegasus!

Pegasus Silent Auction- December 12th to 19th

This year Pegasus is trying something new – an online (silent) auction! The auction will run from Monday December 12 to Monday December 19 at 1pm. Items can be picked up at our office (931 Kingston Road).

Visit http://pegasustoronto2016.eflea.ca to view the active auction and bid on items. More info can also be found at pegasustoronto.ca/auction

If you have any issues with the process or questions about the auction please feel free to email board@pegasustoronto.ca.

Join us to cheer on the Scotiabank Marathon runners!

On Sunday October 16th, Pegasus Community Project will be leading the cheering section for the runners in the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon. The cheering section with the loudest, most lively, biggest cheering section will win money for their charity. Help us to win!

Where: Kew Gardens Park

When: Sunday October 16th, 10 am—2:30 pm

What to bring: Weather appropriate clothing, loud voices and lots of enthusiasm!

Refreshments and entertainment provided!

For more information: Paula Murphy 416-691-5651

 

See our flyer here