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BARTENDERS BENEVOLENT FUND IN THE NEWS
GIVING BACK TO THE BARTENDERS BENEVOLENT FUND
Rita DeMontis, The Toronto Sun
Due to COVID-19, the hospitality sector has been heavily impacted, and the livelihood of bartenders, restauranteurs and service staff has been uprooted as they navigate this new reality.
HOW ONE WOMAN IS HELPING THE BAR INDUSTRY BOUNCE BACK FROM CORONAVIRUS
Ivy Knight, Refinery29
Pre-pandemic, Beverly Wooding spent three to four nights a week visiting her favourite Toronto bars. She’s on a first-name basis with most, if not all, of the city’s top bartenders. More than just a regular, they treat her like one of their own. Which she is, in a way.
CORBY SPIRIT AND WINE DONATES $100,000 TO SUPPORT THE CANADIAN BARTENDING COMMUNITY THIS HOLIDAY SEASON
The donation is part of several initiatives Corby Spirit and Wine is undertaking during the holiday period to help service industry professionals during what is normally the busiest time of year.
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Created in 2013, the Bartenders Benevolent Fund is a nationally registered, volunteer powered, non-profit financial resource for hospitality professionals in Canada.
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