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Tom Jackson’s The Huron Carole Virtual Available On Demand December 24 to January 19, 2023

In collaboration with the Canadian Red Cross, the Complimentary On-Demand Digital Event Aims to Raise Funds with the campaign Give the Gift of Warmth in Ukraine

Access begins December 24 at 8am ET and ends January 19 at 11pm PT (close of Ukrainian Christmas)

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The Huron Carole has joined forces once again with the Red Cross, this time to help raise funds for winterization needs across Ukraine. Right now, 4 million people in Ukraine urgently need winter relief items like stoves, fuel, and warm clothing to survive the winter as temperatures begin to plummet. Generators are also needed to give power to vital infrastructure like hospitals and train stations. Money raised will enable the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement to respond to humanitarian needs generated by almost eight years of conflict, as well as preparedness and response efforts due to heightened tensions in Ukraine.

Featuring ‘best of’ performances from the 2020 and 2021 virtual programs, settle in to view this legendary variety show layered with Christmas classics and timeless stories from host, Huron Carole founder and Canadian Red Cross Ambassador, Tom Jackson. Enjoy toe-tapping, sing and play-along moments with unlimited viewing until the close of Ukrainian Christmas (January 19, 2023). 

“We are encouraging donations to our campaign ‘Give the Gift of Warmth in Ukraine’. We chose to make the show available until the close of Ukrainian Christmas as a sign of solidarity and commitment to alleviate suffering. Compassion comes in many forms,” says Tom.

Produced by Joe Media Group and Tomali Pictures Ltd. Ukraine winterization footage courtesy Canadian Red Cross.  Enormous gratitude to National Sponsor, Canada Life

Give the Gift of Warmth in Ukraine and make a secure donation to the Red Cross:  http://www.redcross.ca/UkraineCrisis/HuronCarole

2022 marks 35 years of Tom’s storied steps into humanitarian efforts that have resulted in coordinating more than $250 million in funds and in-kind services to an abundance of charities and relief organizations including food banks, women’s shelters, mental health programs and other initiatives in the communities he visits coast to coast.