Wrestling legend Tiger Jeet Singh and his son, former WWE wrestling superstar Tiger Ali Singh, bring their Miracle on Main Street charity event to McMaster Children’s Hospital, Wednesday, Dec. 19 from 9 a.m. to noon.
The lobby of Mac will be transformed into a holiday wonderland with singers, dancers and children’s entertainers. The Tigers will be available for autographs and photos.
The highlight of Miracle on Main Street will be a visit from the jolly old man himself. Santa and his elves, along with both Tigers, will deliver presents to patients being treated in the hospital and outpatient clinics.
Tiger Jeet Singh Jr., president of Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation, said the objective of Miracle on Main Street is to promote the spirit of giving.
“As proud Canadians, our event gives individuals of all faiths an opportunity to support children receiving treatment at McMaster Children’s Hospital,” he said.
“No child should wake up sad during the holidays. Sickness and poverty do not discriminate on the basis of religion or culture, and neither should the spirit of giving!”
Jennifer Laughton, vice-president, development, at the hospital, said Mac is “absolutely thrilled” to be hosting the Miracle on Main Street.
“The Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation are wonderful partners and are bringing the true spirit of the holiday season to the children who must remain in the hospital over the holidays.”
Residents are encouraged to share the spirit of giving and help ensure that every child on Santa’s list at McMaster Children’s Hospital receives a present. Online donations are being accepted through The Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation’s website at http://tigerjeetsinghfoundation.com/donate/