Helping Others

I have been very fortunate over the years to be able to help put some special magic back into the lives of others.

From entertaining UN Peacekeepers on the line in the middle east to our own Canadian solders at the North Pole for Christmas.

And from participating in telethons, kick off ceremonies, special events and fund raisers for worthy causes such as:

Amnesty International
  Big Brothers & Sisters Association
  Brandan’s Eye Research
  Camp Quality
  Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
  Canfar – Canadian Foundation For Aids Research
  Easters Seals Society
  Food For Thought
  Halton Learning Foundation
  Halton Women’s Place Shelter
  International Special Olympics
  Juvenile Diabetes Foundation
  Muscular Dystrophy Association
  Rotary – Camp Enterprise
  St Vincent de Paul Society
  The Salvation Army
  Toronto Hospital for Sick Children
  United Way

Some have been major media events like the official opening of the Toronto Hospital for Sick Children’s Atrium addition. Here we worked with Lloyd Robertson (National anchor for the CTV network) to magically recreate the ghost of founder Elizabeth McMaster. Out of thin air she appeared to co-anchor opening ceremonies and then at the end, transform into the Hospital’s official little “Safety Bear.”

Others, like the United Way Fund Raising Kick Off and the Halton Women’s Place Dinner & Auction, have been featured magical productions where we carefully integrated our special magic with all the presentation elements to uniquely communicate their powerful message and raise much needed support.

If you know of any similar organization, charity or special event that might benefit from this special magic, please let us know. Its that simple – call, email or write. I cannot guarantee we can do something, and please keep in mind we probably will not be able to accommodate everyone, but if we are able to help we will.

Help us put some magic back into the lives of others!

Rick Rossini

To get an overview of what I can do please  go to Shows / Services