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Glen  Peloso  and  Jamie  Alexander  host  the  Best  Bash  Ever  in  support  of  The  
Peer  Project  (Youth  Assisting  Youth).  
The  first  annual  Best  Bash  Ever  (Nov.  20,  2014)  –  hosted  by  celebrity  interior  
design  gurus  Glen  Peloso  and  Jamie  Alexander  –  with  food  stations  from  around  
the  globe,  by  Scotiabank’s  executive  chef  Rolando  Oreiro,  is  helping  support  a  
unique  peer-­‐mentoring  program  for  at-­‐risk  and  newcomer  GTA  youth.  
Nov. 14, 2014 – Toronto – The Peer Project Ambassadors and Toronto’s celebrity interior design team Glen Peloso
and Jamie Alexander are excited to host the first annual Best Bash Ever this November 20, 2014, in support of The
Peer Project (Youth Assisting Youth).
Glen and Jamie of Peloso Alexander Interiors look forward to welcoming everyone
to the 63rd floor of Toronto’s iconic Scotia Plaza (40 King Street West) at 6 p.m. for
an intimate evening of culinary exploration and philanthropy.
“We are really excited to be able to host this event for the Peer Project,” says Glen
Peloso. “We are both aware of the value of mentoring and know that we have been
blessed with great mentors in our lives.”
“‘A stitch in time saves nine’ is something our ancestors would say. The Peer Project is that stitch for countless kids,” says
Jamie Alexander. “But more help – much more help – is needed.”

Diverse  Food  
Scotiabank’s executive chef Rolando Oreiro, reflecting the diversity of Toronto, promises an imaginative array of food
stations adorned with holiday fare from around the globe. (Working journalists are welcomed to enjoy the food
and drinks as our guests.)

Fundraising  Goal  
It will be a night to remember with plans to exceed the fundraising goal of $25,000. All net proceeds from the event will go
towards supporting The Peer Project's unique peer mentoring programs for at-risk and newcomer youth in the Greater
Toronto Area.

Sponsors include: Scotiabank, Borden Ladner Gervais, Raywall Cabinets, Tangerine, Calphone, Waterman, Solo
Bace salon, Skin By Design, Telus, Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, Jays Care, and Energia

About  the  Peer  Project  
The Peer Project is a non-profit charitable organization that provides a unique peer mentoring
service to improve the life prospects of at-risk and newcomer children in the GTA. They match
children ages 6-15 with trained and dedicated Youth Volunteer Mentors ages 16-29, who act as
positive role models. The Peer Project has over 1,400 active mentors/mentees but still has a
waiting list of 400 kids and a great need for more male volunteers.

More  Information
For more information about future events, to volunteer, or make a donation, please visit the Peer Project online at, or call our office at (416) 932-1919.

     /TheBestBashEver    |  #BestBashEver
Peer Project | Media contact: Raphael Lopoukhine | | (416) 827-4442
Gen & Jamie | Media contact: Jesse Hazen | 416.368.0320


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