The ENOUGH IS ENOUGH movement's primary goal was to bring national awareness to the heightened acts of gun violence in Toronto, Canada.
We are proud to say that this goal has been accomplished after the hit single “Wish I Could” by A-List Canadian artists Dub J, Maestro Fresh Wes, JD Era, Bizz Loc, Turk, Roney and Jelleestone charted to #1 on iTunes and was covered across Canada by more than 180 media publications including CBC, CBC Q, CTV, CP24, City News, eTalk, ET Canada, RX Music, iHeart Radio, Yahoo News and more.
All proceeds from “Wish I Could” along with all donated funds through our ENOUGH IS ENOUGH GoFundMe will be donated right back in to Toronto communities affected by gun violence.
Where exactly will these donations go?
ENOUGH IS ENOUGH is directly financially assisting families of the many innocent victims of gun violence. Some of these expenses include:
• Funeral Costs
• Medical Expenses
• Legal Fees
Often times these families just need groceries for a week while they deal with the unexpected loss or injury of their loved one. They may be unable to attend work and fall behind on bills or in some cases even face eviction. We will be there for them.
We are also actively participating in Toronto neighbourhoods susceptible to gun violence. Visit the ENOUGH IS ENOUGH website to see some examples of what we have been up to.
Visit enoughisenoughto.com to learn more or go directly to the GoFundMe here. No donation is too small.
Youth Cards are here!
Turk has set out to get these cards in the hands of the youth all over Toronto through his movement at Turk Foundation.
To learn more visit turkfoundation.ca
"These cards explain our rights to the youth who don't fully understand them yet. If you choose, you can say NOTHING when pulled over by police and just hand them the card. When you are not committing a crime, driving, or at a place that serves alcohol, this is all you are required to do by law.
Where I'm at these kids don't even know their basic rights and feel they have to give information when asked to be added to the police database.
Everyone should know their rights and feel they can exercise them when stopped by the police." - Turk
Bizz Loc Gives Back
Buzzing Toronto rapper Bizz Loc known for his aggressive flow and once labelled a "menace to society" recently teamed up with 6ixBuzz to give back to the Eglington West community that raised him. Bizz Loc and friends pulled up, complete with an ice cream truck, back packs and school supplies for underprivileged kids.
Bizz's goal is to bring his community together by showing love for one another. How can you not smile when watching the Errr God with the kids?
This is the first of many initiatives Bizz Loc has planned under his new non profit, P2P (Power to the People).
If you want to help an underprivileged Toronto community in need, please consider make a donation of any amount to our "Enough is Enough" campaign.