Harmony, Inc - International Homepage

Harmony, Inc. is an international, non-profit organization whose purpose is to empower all women through education, friendship and a cappella singing in the barbershop style.



Harmony, Inc - Area Five Facebook page

Area 5 will soon encompass all of Ontario. The Toronto Accolades, 3 other choruses from Area 3, and 1 chorus from Area 2 joined Area 5 in April of this year, and the 1 remaining Ontario chorus from Area 2 will be joining Area 5 in April, 2018.



Barbershop Harmony Society - International Homepage

With over 30,000 members in more than 820 chapters in the United States and Canada, The Barbershop Harmony Society is the world’s largest all-male singing society.



Sing Canada Harmony

Sing Canada Harmony is a non-profit organization established in Canada in 2008 to encourage youth interested in the art of 4-part a cappella harmony singing. Scholarships are made available for young people to pursue training opportunities at Harmony Explosion Camps and other educational events presented by barbershop organizations. Gift donations are invested and the income earned is used to fulfill Sing Canada Harmony’s mission to support vocal music in Canadian schools and communities.




Sistering is a multi-service agency for at risk women  in Toronto who are homeless or precariously housed. It has been serving this community for over 35 years, validating women’s experiences regardless of outcomes. These marginalized women come from diverse backgrounds and include: women with substance use and mental health issues; women who have experienced, or are experiencing, trauma and violence; immigrant and refugee women; women with disabilities; and women without legal status.


                                                          Rama Toronto East

The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation is a Crown corporation owned by the Government of Ontario.  It is respoinsible for the province's lotteries, slot machines and charity, Aboriginal and commercial casinos.  Charitable Bingo and Gaming Centres run by the OLG, such as Rama Toronto East, help support community groups and charities by assigning them a portion of their proceeds.  The Toronto Accolades are happy to be one of the recipients of this support by having members volunteer at Rama Toronto East, 991 Kennedy Rd. in Scarborough, just below Lawrence.


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