The signature cocktails that will be made during this event are the Preemie South Side and the Petito Mojito. See below for the ingredients for each beverage.
You can either provide your own ingredients or select a ready-made box that includes the ingredients listed below as well as other goodies, that you pick up prior to the event.
Choose the option that best suits you and secure your spot at our virtual cocktail making class in support of our tiniest patients.
Until November 12, 9:30pm (EST), a generous anonymous donor will match your donation to the Tiny Survivors event, up to a maximum of $10,000. Monetary donations, as well as event and raffle ticket purchases are all eligible, from now until November 12, 9:30 pm (EST). Your generosity can have twice the impact!
Beginning at noon on Thursday, November 5th, the virtual auction will go live and it will close at the end of the evening on the 12th. You do not want to miss your chance to win some of the great items on our roster, some of which include Air Canada tickets, a luxurious hotel stay, and much more! Further details and auction link to be available as of November 5th.
There will also be some exciting door prizes on the night of the event, that you have the chance of winning simply for attending!
Please join us for the biggest Foundation event for our tiniest patients!
- 2oz of Rum (preferably white/light rum) - not included in the kit*
- 0.75oz freshly squeezed lime juice
- 0.75oz of simple syrup - not included in the kit
- Handful of mint
- Handful of raspberries (can be substituted with another type of berries ex:strawberries)
- Soda Water (Perrier/San Pellegrino, etc.)
- Lime wedge or wheel as a garnish
- Ice - not included in the kit
Preemie South Side
- 2oz of Gin - not included in the kit*
- 0.75oz freshly squeezed lemon juice
- 0.75oz simple syrup - not included in the kit
- 6-8 mint leaves
- Ice - not included in the kit
*Government regulations prohibit the sale of alcohol.
Note that each kit makes one of each cocktail and includes some additional goodies in addition to what is listed above.
Bar tools and alternatives to have on hand
Don't worry if you don't have all the tools that a fully stocked bar would have! Below are the suggested tools that you should have handy for the class. Note that some alternative tools are also listed below that you could find around the house or at your local store! Note that these items do not come in the ingredient box.
- 1 shaker or mason jar
- 1 fine strainer
- 1 straw
- 1 jigger or measuring spoons
- 1 bar strainer (if using a shaker)
- Coupe glass or wine glass for the Preemie South Side
- Collins Glass or any tall glass for the Petito Mojito
Spotify playlist for the evening: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2Cgju49Uy85J3CQWDkICyQ?si=pO3wApCATmm5KawuAxz44A
Tiny Survivors Keeps the Cause at Heart
The Children’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) accounts for a third of its beds, and cares for the province’s sickest, tiniest babies, half of whom are born in other hospitals.
Your support will help to ensure the gold-standard of care in the NICU, 24 hours per day, 365 days a year by funding the training these nurses require in the continually evolving field of neonatal medicine.
“We have a unit that includes 52 beds, with 900 admissions per year,” explained Neonatologist Dr. Thérèse Perreault at last year’s event. “It’s a difficult situation for parents to see their premature babies on life support. This fund has allowed us to purchase much needed equipment, but most of all it has contributed to education for our staff, so we can be better prepared to treat these babies and react to emergency situations. This level of excellent care would not be possible without private donations, such as those coming to us from Tiny Survivors.”
Tiny Survivors Committee Members
Luciano D’Iorio, Helen Wolkowicz, Karen Aziz, Samantha Singer, Stam Conidaris, Maria Calderone, Robin Petrogiannis, Julia Macintosh and Jessica Macintosh
Pictures from Last Year