Lifetime Developments, the developer behind many Toronto condominium developments we follow, is giving back to the community via a charity foundation called Lifeline. Founded in 2014, the charity was created solely to raise funds to support Toronto's disadvantaged children and families living below the poverty line, and those suffering from severe medical issues. Over the course of the charity's inaugural year, over $150,000 was raised for initiatives organized by Covenant House, Second Harvest, Breakfast for Learning, The Children’s Book Bank, and Eva’s Initiative.

This Friday, October 16th, Brian Brown, Lifetime’s Vice-President, will be co-chairing the fourth annual SMASHED Charity Ping Pong event at Muzik night club, with the Lifeline charity as the beneficiary. The event, which raised $100,000 last year, hopes to double their results, aiming to raise over $200,000 this year. Tickets for the event are available online for $150 or at the door for $200. Those wishing to compete can purchase tickets for $250.

SMASHED Charity Ping Pong event, Lifeline, Lifetime DevelopmentsPromotional image for the fourth annual SMASHED Charity Ping Pong event, image courtesy of Lifeline

Lifetime is behind notable completed projects like M5V Condos, under-construction ones like INDX Condos, and future developments like the new Whitehaus condominium planned for Yonge Street north of Eglinton. Links to information about Lifetime's full list of projects can be found on this page.


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