Star of “Alice” Pops Down a Real-Life Rabbit Hole to Spread Some Christmas Cheer
TORONTO, ON– On Wednesday December 16th, from 11am until 1pm, Canadian Caterina Scorsone, star of Alice, the new four part miniseries on Showcase and the upcoming film Edge of Darkness with Mel Gibson, will be wrapping gifts and serving lunch at The Good Neighbours’ Club, a drop-in centre for homeless and marginally-housed men over 50 in downtown Toronto.
WHAT: Photo and Interview op at The Good Neighbours’ Club with Caterina Scorsone.
– help serve the men lunch
-wrap Christmas gifts for them
-inspect the toys the members have raised for children who would otherwise go without
-tour the club and otherwise be available for photos and interviews.
WHEN: Wednesday, December 16th 2009 11am-1pm
WHO: Caterina Scorscone, star of Showcase’s four part miniseries Alice (also stars Academy Award-winner Kathy Bates, Tim Curry) and the upcoming film Edge of Darkness with Mel Gibson.
WHERE: The Good Neighbours’ Club 170 Jarvis Street (at the corner of Shuter Street)
The Good Neighbours’ Club has been providing services for men facing issues of homelessness, poverty, unemployment, and mental and physical illness since 1933. Every single day of the year the club provides meals for these men, as well as clothing, showers, laundry, mail and phone services, and recreational and health services.
The gifts wrapped by Caterina and her father Bruno Scorsone, the Executive Director at The Club, will be distributed to the men on Christmas Day as they enjoy a turkey lunch with all the fixings. The club is bringing joy to men at a time that can be very difficult for those without a family or home of their own.
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Note to Editors, B-roll and art available.
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