In support of:
CANstruction Toronto is a non-profit competition that has donated over 700,000 pounds of food to the local Daily Bread Food Bank.
The challenge is to build a structure, from canned food items, in only seven hours within an area of 10’W x 10’L x 8’H. We will be constructing our exhibit at
the Toronto Dominion Centre on Monday May 26th, 2014 and it will be available for public viewing until the 31st of May.
Q4 Architects is proud to announce our commitment to this worthwhile cause. In an effort to provide approximately 6,000 cans to the Daily Bread Food Bank,
we are seeking sponsorship assistance from our clients, consultants, suppliers and friends. As designers and builders of homes and communities, together we can
help make Ontario one of the greatest places to live in the world.
With your generous support, you are not only assisting Q4 in the purchasing of cans to build our structure, you’re also helping the Daily Bread Food Bank feed
more than 2,000 clients each day. Our goal is to raise $10,000 to purchase canned food for our structure.
Sponsors will be recognized on a sign that will be displayed next to the Q4 structure the day of the event*. You will find photos of the construction progress of
our innovative design and a list of all sponsors’ names on the Q4 website ( The staff at Q4 Architects is working hard to make a
difference this spring and with your help, this effort will contribute to feeding thousands of people throughout the GTA.
Please make a donation to the Q4 CANstruction fund (cheques payable to Q4 Architects Inc.). Together we can make a difference!
To find out how to become a sponsor, or for more information, please contact:
Fernanda Quintana-Best: (416) 322-6334 x239 [email protected]
Frances Martin-DiGiuseppe: (416) 322-6334 x237 [email protected]
Thank you for your support and contribution! Please visit for more information and photos
of previous years’ creative entries!
*Unfortunately, the Daily Bread Food Bank cannot recognize these contributions as charitable donations for tax purposes.