MISSISSAUGA – Acclaimed TV late night host of The Tonight Show, admired stand-up comedian and car enthusiast all describe this legendary Hollywood star. Trillium Health Partners Foundation is thrilled to announce that the one-and-only Jay Leno will take the stage at the 6th annual Laugh Out Loud (LOL), ¬A Night with a Legend, presented by Square One on Saturday, February 10, 2018 in support of Trillium Health Partners. Previous LOL headliners include Howie Mandel, Martin Short, Russell Peters and James Corden.
“We’re thrilled to celebrate another exciting LOL in support of our hospital,” comments Steve Hoscheit, President & CEO, Trillium Health Partners Foundation. “Jay Leno is a comedic legend, and this year’s gala will carry on our tradition of delivering unparalleled entertainment by continuing to showcase the best comedy the world has to offer. We look forward to seeing what Mr. Leno has in store for us, as we raise critical funds for our hospital.”
Proceeds from LOL 2018 will support the purchase of a new Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) machine for Trillium Health Partners. MRI images account for many of the nearly 650,000 diagnostic images performed each year at Trillium Health Partners and are the most effective means for obtaining rapid diagnoses – making these services vital, ensuring that the community continues to access the right care, in the right place, at the right time.
For more information on LOL 2018 or to support Trillium Health Partners, please visit trilliumlol.ca.
About Trillium Health Partners Foundation
Trillium Health Partners Foundation is dedicated to raising the critical funds needed to address the highest-priority needs of Trillium Health Partners, one of the largest community-based acute care facilities in Canada. Trillium Health Partners is comprised of The Credit Valley Hospital, Mississauga Hospital and Queensway Health Centre. To learn more, visit trilliumgiving.ca.
For more information, please contact:
Senior Associate, Communications & Marketing
Trillium Health Partners Foundation
Office: 905-848-7580, ext. 1717