The principals of UrbanQuest have... Principles! 


Vivienne Ziner and Glenmorris Cohen take great pride in their contributions to Toronto and its diverse communities. Some of their fundraising and awareness events include: 


The Living Wall of Hope - While building prestigious Eton Terrace, " The Gateway to Forest Hill" - St. Clair and Spadina - UrbanQuest had major corporations and businesses "adopt" the hoarding surrounding the development. Then, artists and the neighbourhood painted sections of the hoardings. Enough money was raised to buy a portable dialysis machine for the Hospital for Sick Children - within two weeks! 

The Gingerbread House Quest - Having commisioned a seven foot by five foot Gingerbreaad House complex (which was featured in the National Post!), UrbanQuest sponsored a contest to guess the number of thousands of candies on the project. The money raised went to the Hospital for Sick Children; the Gingerbread complex ultimately was displayed in the atrium of the Yonge/Eglinton Centre. 

Urban Angels - UrbanQuest sponsored a Paint-A-Thon at College and Shaw to raise funds for the Shaw Street Library and the Whippersnapper Gallery, to help underprivileged children. 

These are just a few examples of our ongoing commitment to our neighbourhoods, our clients and our beautiful city, Toronto!