GREENtuity: Tipping The Environment in Toronto

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A new organization devoted to raising money for the environment has launched in Toronto, and is catching on in restaurants, cafés, and shops in preparation for Earth Week. GREENtuity works by giving patrons the chance to add a $1 tip for the environment onto your bill after your purchase.GREENtuity Toronto

A new organization devoted to raising money for the environment has launched in Toronto, and is catching on in restaurants, cafés, and shops in preparation for Earth Week. GREENtuity works by giving patrons the chance to add a $1 tip for the environment onto your bill after your purchase. The money is donated to the Toronto Green Community to help in their efforts to sustain parks, rivers, and any other green areas of the city that need support. GREENtuity’s first event is being held this Thursday at Pistachio at Yonge and Eglinton, and everyone is invited to come and check it out. Click here for a map of all supporting locations of GREENtuity, or click here to sign up and be a member of this organization.

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