In celebration of Mother’s Day, the Windsor Arms Hotel and Cerise Fine Catering will be donating to Nellie’s Women’s Shelter in Toronto on May 10th, 2020. For hundreds of moms in the city, Mother’s Day will be spent with their children in the safety of women’s shelters. The Windsor Arms Hotel wants to make sure these mothers are celebrated by providing a memorable afternoon tea experience for all the mothers at Nellie’s Women Shelter.
Moms will enjoy an assortment of fresh scones, savory sandwiches, and decadent desserts prepared fresh by the Windsor Arms Hotel and Cerise Fine Catering.
“For many women and children living in shelters, the lack of holiday celebrations in their homes re-enforces their sense of loss. It is because of that that we try hard to create positive memories for women and their children during holidays and on Mother’s Day”, said Jyoti Singh, Executive Director of Nellie’s Women Shelter.
“This year, due to the impact of COVID-19 on the shelter, our usual Mother’s Day brunch was in jeopardy. I cannot thank the Windsor Arms Hotel enough for donating Afternoon Tea to all the residents staying at Nellie’s this weekend, and for the dedicated staff working to keep them safe. The support we have received from organizations like the Windsor Arms has been truly amazing”.
“Celebrating Mother’s Day and experiencing the legendary Windsor Arms Afternoon Tea is a long-standing tradition. With the chaos that the world is currently experiencing, it is that much more important to take whatever pleasure life offers and celebrate. The Windsor Arms is pleased to extend its Afternoon Tea to the ladies and children living at Nellie’s to ensure that they, too, can partake in this celebration, “remarked George Friedmann, President of Windsor Arms Hotel.
Earlier this week, the Windsor Arms Hotel launched an exclusive limited time package Mother’s Day Tea at Home” available from May 1st to May 17th to continue its Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea tradition, all while staying safe in the comfort of home.
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