The Party

The 2nd annual Step Stones 'Relive Prom' takes place at The Lodge on Queen on Saturday, April 28. The night will be filled with live entertainment, appetizers, open bar, a fun photo booth, raffles and a prize for the best dressed Prom Queen or King. Dress in your best prom outfit from any era between 1920-2000's! All proceeds will go to StepStones for Youth.

About Step Stones

    StepStones for Youth is a charitable organization that helps children and youth aged 6 – 24 stabilize their lives. StepStones helps over 300 youth per year in Toronto through various methods, including mentorship programs, housing initiatives, scholarships, education and employment support and summer camp. These programs have proven results in significantly improving outcomes by reducing homelessness and criminal behaviour and increasing educational attainment and employment.

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All proceeds go to StepStones for Youth

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Whether it is a year of support for a youth, mentorship, tutoring, scholarships, housing support or sending a kid to camp - your donation 100% supports a youth in the StepStones Program.

Date and Place

Saturday April 28, 2018

8 PM – 1 AM

The Lodge on Queen

251 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON M5V 1Z4


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19+ event – Doors open 8pm

Dress code: Dress for success! Wear your best prom attire from any era between 1920 and 2000′s!

Our Sponsors

Thank you to our sponsors!

Scotiabank CanadaDuffletEventCircle

En Ville Smoke's PoutineBumble

Encore Catering Evolved EntertainmentFood Dudes

Black Fly Booze Jarvis GroupSpagetti Factory

Beau's Brew ShorcanStarbucks

Great Lakes


A Very Special Thank You to our wonderful gala committee:

  • Anjelica Ong
  • Katryna Klepacki
  • Nolan Jarvis
  • Taylor Kuryliw
  • Lindsey Rigby
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    Interested in becoming a sponsor for this event or any upcoming Step Stones for Youth events? Have questions about this event or StepStones? Or simply interested in volunteering? Contact for more information and to get involved.

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