Grad Ball: 150 ways you can make a difference!

Grad Ball: 150 ways you can make a difference!

It's a remarkable feeling being Canadian, knowing that we share common values of respect, generosity, and perseverance. We are proud to be Canadian because so much of what makes Pathways possible is rooted in our heritage: our ability to embrace diversity and a passion for helping others succeed.

As we celebrate 150 years of Canadian Confederation we recognize our rich and diverse history.  Part of what makes our nation great today is the understanding that we can and should strive to help all Canadians succeed – regardless of where they live, or their background. It’s in that same spirit that Pathways pursues the goal of breaking the cycle of poverty through education. Together, we can create a better future where education is a right, not a privilege, for all young Canadians.

Join us at Grad Ball 2017 to celebrate and support Pathways’ students to realize their potential, and to become citizens of our Graduation Nation.

This magnificent evening will feature:

  • Cocktail reception 
  • Canadian chef-inspired dinner  
  • Evening program 
  • Pathways youth ambassador presentation
  • Exposure for corporate sponsors 
  • 150 Social

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

6:00 – 11:00pm

The Carlu, 444 Yonge St, 7th Floor, Toronto,ON



Grad Ball 2016

Do you have a question about Grad Ball 2017? We'd be happy to help!

Hodan Nursed
[email protected]
(416) 646-0123 x 210

Pathways to Education is a national, charitable organization working to make Canada a Graduation Nation. Partnering with dedicated organizations in low-income communities, Pathways supports youth to graduate from high school and achieve their full potential. Our award-winning combination of academic, financial, social, and one-on-one supports continues to successfully break the cycle of poverty through the power of education. 

The results of this unique program have been ground-breaking, improving graduation rates by an average of 85 per cent across Pathways communities. Over 73 per cent of all students who graduated from high school while in the Pathways Program have gone on to post-secondary education or training.