Which spooky door would
YOU walk through?
The secret behind each door may just unlock
your true personality traits!
Pick the door that you feel most naturally drawn towards.
Click the picture below to be redirected to the description for that door and see
if our mystic from beyond the grave is able to predict your personality!
The volunteer of the month for March is
Throughout the year, Stefania works on the Board of Directors for the TZW and is the Head of Public Relations where she helps to spread the word of the undead.
Stefania is also a Visual Art Teacher for high school students.
Her intelligence and creativity are showcased as she teaches, and those traits are also brought to the TZW throughout the year.
The Toronto Zombie Walk appreciates Stefania’s contributions and her dead-icated years of hardwork!
The Toronto Zombie Walk could not be possible without the
dead-ication and hard work of several volunteers who work year round to ensure that The Toronto Zombie Walk happens.
So, this year we have started a new tradition of Volunteer of the Month to honour the few, the brave, the brain eaters of the living!
The Toronto Zombie Walk is pleased to support the Heart and Stroke Foundation as our charity of choice to help raise public awareness about the importance of learning the three simple steps to hands-only CPR™ through their CPR Makes You Undead campaign to educate and save lives.
The Heart and Stroke Foundation, a volunteer-based health charity, leads in eliminating heart disease and stroke, reducing their impact through initiatives to prevent disease, save lives and promote recovery. Healthy lives free of heart disease and stroke. Together we will make it happen.
From the vaults of 2013:
A Toronto Zombie Walk retrospective
2013 was the year of the ZOMBIE! Zombies were not only everywhere they were also breaking out of their Halloween confines to appear at anytime of year. I was happy to work with the Toronto Zombie Walk to encourage and promote the unleashing of the undead upon the expecting and un~expecting at any time possible.
The wind howled. The chilly rain drops drizzled down. Yet still we carried on... and so did you!
This year's Toronto Zombie Walk & Halloween Parade was a fantastic success and we couldn't have done it without you. With approximately 8,000 souls in attendance the zombies, monsters and ghouls alike proved that a cold, gusty and damp day is just what the witch doctor ordered to set the tone for our ghoulish celebration and we're thankful for your ongoing support.
We would also like to thank our fantastic vendors, as well as our grand marshal Linnea Quigley, the cast from Evil Dead the Musical and The Independents for making the activities at Nathan Philips Square to die for! (Also big thanks to the sound crew and staff at city hall for their assistance throughout the day.) Don't forget to give a severed hand to our security team and volunteers who also helped make the day run safely and smoothly for everyone.
We would also like to extend a BIG THANK YOU to our PARTNERS & SPONSORS.
Without their support the day's events and the walk wouldn't be possible.