Toronto Zoo Fundraising Rain Barrel Sale
RainBarrel.ca is pleased to partner with Toronto Zoo in support of engaging communities by providing the tools and knowledge to connect to nature and protect our natural world. We feel we have a responsibility to reach out to the general public, students and corporations to educate them on a sustainable environment for future generations, both wildlife and human by setting an example through sustainable operations. The Toronto Zoo continues to be a leader in this field and continually strives to communicate this message to our visitors. Funds raised through the RainBarrel Sale will be directed to Toronto Zoo’s green initiatives to continue as a role model.
The rain barrel sale, distribution and pickup is scheduled for Saturday, April 25th, 2015 and Sunday April 26th, 2015 from 10:00 AM – 4:30 PM at at the Toronto Zoo ‘s front entrance (admission to the Zoo is not required), 2000 Meadowvale Road, Toronto, ON M1B 5K7. Only rain barrels ordered in advance are guaranteed to be available.
Prices begin at $55 per barrel ($50 for Toronto Zoo employees). A variety of optional items including flexible downspout pipes, downspout diverters, rain barrel stands, dispensing hose and additional lengths of overflow hose can also be purchased. Please bring your receipt to the sale event to claim your products.
Email Kyla Greenham at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416-397-5202 for information not available on the website or if you need assistance with online ordering.
About Toronto Zoo – With over 700 acres (283 hectares) of fascinating biodiversity, the Toronto Zoo inspires people to learn about, love, respect and protect wildlife and wild spaces. And to have a wild, exciting time while doing it! The Toronto Zoo strives to protect wildlife populations and the places that sustain them by demonstrating environmental leadership through model conservation programs and partnerships. The Toronto Zoo is the city’s premier centre for education and awareness about the animal world. Far more than just a tourist attraction, the Zoo plays a major role in local and international conservation efforts and programs to ensure species survival.