The 4th Annual City MOGULS charity event raises funds and awareness to support youth mental health and well-being.
Who We Are
City MOGULS was launched in 2016 by a group of entrepreneurial, young women who wanted to connect the most inspiring and creative minds. Through the power of live events, City MOGULS provides a platform for entrepreneurs and go-getters to not only connect, but also give back to their communities in a meaningful way. City MOGULS creates meaningful conversations between the next generation of entrepreneurs, innovators and change makers. It is more than just networking; we are connecting to inspire the future.
Through the fusion of fashion and philanthropy, City MOGULS culminates in an unforgettable celebration of Toronto’s most innovative and newsworthy entrepreneurs and influencers in a fashion show in support of Covenant House Toronto. Entrepreneurs are nominated to be MOGULS by the public and selected each year by the City MOGULS team to walk the runway in our year-end celebration.
Our mission is to empower young Canadians to get together for a cause. The goal is to educate young adults about the charities we support and bring awareness to ways in which we can give back and make a difference. Our events aim to inspire young professionals through the work of our featured MOGULS. Through the power of live events, we honour innovative MOGULS that are changing the way we do business and who are making time to give back.
Where do this year’s funds go?
All funds raised through City MOGULS this year support the youth's direct access to Covenant House's primary health care services in addition to mental health and addiction counselling.
Did you know?
- 27% of Covenant House youth left home because of the mental health of their parent and guardian
- 37% indicated their own mental health concerns were a reason they left home
- 465 youth sought support for their mental health concerns
- 35% reported experiencing high levels of anxiety within the previous three months
- 36% reported feeling very trapped, lonely, depressed or hopeless about the future in the last month
- 85% of trafficking victims reported issues with mental health
Source: Covenant House Toronto administrative data (2018)
Save The Date:
NOVEMBER 7, 2019 at Toronto Event Centre
Join like-minded individuals to give back and get involved by helping us reach our goal of $50,000.
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