Wyclef Jean delivered an epic performance in support of the Children’s Aid Foundation of Canada


TORONTO, ON – The Joe Carter Classic Celebrity Golf Tournament closed the three-day charity event with a celebration at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Toronto. Celebrities, legendary athletes and VIPs joined baseball superstar Joe Carter to celebrate the success of this year’s efforts.


Joe Carter and host, Johnny Gill, hit the stage to start off the VIP After-Party Photo Credit: George Pimentel


Sponsored by Biion Footwear and hosted by Jeremy Piven and Johnny Gill, the VIP After-Party was the final destination for golfers and celebrities who participated in the 9th Annual charity event. Wyclef Jean, Maestro Fresh Wes, Kardinal Offishall and Ivana Santili hit the stage to treat attendees to a night of special performances.

Wyclef Jean Photo Credit: George Pimentel


Over the last nine years, the Joe Carter Classic Golf Tournament has raised over $2.5 million benefiting the Children’s Aid Foundation’s Joe Carter Family Support Fund and the Joe Carter Scholarship Endowment Fund, along with other local children’s charities. Prior to last night’s show-stopping event, Carter joined the participants for two days on the links for the annual Joe Carter Classic Golf Tournament.  

VIP After-Party images are available here


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About Joe Carter Classic Golf Tournament

The annual Joe Carter Classic charity golf tournament pairs avid golfers with top name celebrities from the worlds of sport and entertainment. Proceeds from the event go towards supporting post-secondary attainment and social development programs for Canadian youth. Since 2010, the Joe Carter Classic has raised $2.5 million to benefit the Children’s Aid Foundation and other local children’s charities.      

About The Children’s Aid Foundation of Canada

The Children’s Aid Foundation is Canada’s leading national charity dedicated to improving the lives of our country’s most vulnerable youth – those who have experienced abuse, neglect, and abandonment. With the support of generous donors, we have been helping children reach their potential against all odds since 1979. Last year, we delivered a wide range of high– impact programs and services, transforming the lives of over 23,000 children and youth. They depend on us. We depend on you. Join us and help Canada’s most vulnerable kids define a vision for themselves of a successful future. Learn more at www.cafdn.org.