Crave Tacos partners with Youth Services Bureau for ‘Stay Up Ottawa’

Jeff Robinson, owner of Crave Tacos, has been bringing live music to his stage all summer long and he is doing it again for a great cause. Crave Tacos has partnered with and is sponsoring the Ottawa Youth Services Bureau’s ‘Stay Up Ottawa’ fundraiser. Crave Tacos will be producing and hosting the live event that takes place on November 26th right here on Stittsville Main!

‘Stay Up Ottawa’ is the Youth Services Bureau’s (YSB) largest fundraiser, where community members and leaders come together to raise funds needed to prevent and end youth homelessness in our community by spending the night outside. The YSB has a challenge for everyone to Stay Up one night – outside – on your deck, in your yard or laneway. Stay Up with family and friends and encourage your neighbours and co-workers to do the same.

Jeff tells Stittsville Central, “I am so pleased to be able to support and proud to work with the Youth Services Bureau to give back to the youth community. It is important to support our youth and I ask you to make a donation today to stop youth homelessness in our Stittsville community and across Ottawa”.

The show starts at 7:00pm and Jeff has invited local teen musicians to perform on the stage. Come out to hear the talented musicians Jamie, Tegan and Noah. The audience will also hear from a young adult who had received YSB support and is now devoted to giving back to youth as a peer supporter with YSB.

The live event takes place from 7:00 – 8:00pm on November 26 at Crave Tacos at 1610 Stittsville Main Street. Jeff says to “bring your own chair as it is a BYOC event and dress for the weather as the event is outdoors”. He has set aside some VIP tables of six for those who want to celebrate together.

“It is all about uniting people for a greater cause. You can join us with your friends, family, coworkers, your dog -anyone who’s willing to support youth homelessness,” says Jeff.

To donate to the ‘Stay Up Ottawa’ fundraiser visit the Youth Services Bureau website.


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