MUSKOKA MOTOR RALLY


MUKOKA MOTOR RALLY (MMR) is a fundraising event benefitting Emergency Medicine at the UHN Foundation and the South Muskoka Hospital Foundation. In its inaugural year, MMR 2020 raised $512,000 for Emergency Medicine at Toronto General Hospital, UHN Foundation.


This year, MICHEL’S BESPOKE is proud to donate a $12,000.00 prize to the MUSKOKA MOTOR RALLY. The winner of this prize will be invited to experience MICHEL’S BESPOKE craftsmanship firsthand at our Uptown Atelier or Downtown Showroom. The recipient will be entitled to bespoke clothing crafted to their individual specification, including design, fabric and fit — the ultimate bespoke experience.



The COVID-19 global pandemic continues to impact our local communities. Emergency Departments (ED) remain the first point of contact for many patients, increasing the strain on ED resources. Since the onset of the virus, healthcare teams have quickly adapted their approaches and responses to patient care. Hospitals have implemented physical distancing and contact precautions, but as a result, emergency care spaces have been reduced by over 40%. Emergency Department space is directly linked to the healthcare industry’s ability to respond to this pandemic.


MMR is a unique, thrilling and exciting driving event that provides an opportunity to support two leading institutions in healthcare to change the course of the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. The scavenger hunt car rally will end with a cocktail reception and snacks, a silent auction and a surprise guest speaker from the Emergency Medicine Department.

At a time when we all need something to look forward to, we are thrilled to announce that we will be participating in the MUSKOKA MOTOR RALLY to raise funds for such a worthy cause.


Since 1992, MICHEL’S BESPOKE has operated solely on word-of-mouth referrals. We work one-on-one with our clients to create refined wardrobes that express individual character and style.


We look forward to meeting you and encourage you to request an appointment online, or by calling (416) 633-3934.


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