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Posted Tuesday November 6, 2018


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Tour of Homes

HopeSpring Cancer Support Centre announces Paul Mason aka FASHION SANTA visits Waterloo Region

17th Annual Holiday Tour of Homes

HopeSpring Cancer Support Centre proudly reveals a special partnership with Mr. Paul Mason, FASHION SANTA in conjunction with the 17th Annual Holiday Tour of Homes. This initiative is proudly supported and sponsored by Meadow Acres and The Inn of Waterloo.

Mr. Mason was a model in NYC for 15 years when his mother's health started to decline. Instantly he moved back to Toronto to support his mother. Sadly she passed away from liver cancer. In his grief, he stopped shaving his face and woke up one day, looked in the mirror and saw a skinny Santa – and so Fashion Santa was born with a mission to support those facing hurdles, and struggling in their journey and looking for support. His mother’s legacy stays with every partnership, campaign and selfie he takes providing hope to millions around the world.

"I'm so looking forward to partner with HopeSpring Cancer Centre and the 17th Annual Holiday Tour of Homes. Fashion Santa represents joy, cheer and hope so it's only fitting to be part of such an exciting event that benefits those affected by cancer through the free services that HopeSpring offers. I am approached to be a part of many charitable events – however, HopeSpring aligned very closely to my personal values and beliefs in regards to the cancer journey and cancer support. I am so pleased to be an advocate for them and I cannot wait to meet everyone during my first visit to the Waterloo Region and make this the best Holiday Home Tour ever!" Paul Mason

Fashion Santa will be available November 9th 4-9pm and November 10th 12-4pm at The Inn of Waterloo Holiday Tour of Homes Fashion Santa Studio. Fashion Santa is welcoming the community to come out for selfies and photos with a suggested minimum donation of $20 to support the vital free services that HopeSpring Cancer Support Centre offers to our community. He will also be touring Waterloo Region November 9th during the day to visit businesses, elected officials, and organizations who wish to have a photo taken with him – suggested minimum donation of $100 during this timeframe.













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