December 12, 2023

Live Concert at
The Meridian Arts Centre Toronto, ON

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About KOdi

Kodi Lee is a musical prodigious savant – one of only around 25 in the world today. From a young age, music has been a huge part of Kodi’s life, shaping him into the person he is today.

He rose to fame after participating in, and ultimately winning, the 14th season of America’s Got Talent. In 2019, Lee auditioned for AGT, and within weeks his performance had over 50 million views on the internet. Kodi is also blind and autistic, which has presented him with many challenges in life. However, it has never held him back from his dreams of playing the piano, singing, and performing in front of thousands of fans. Being a prodigious savant has given him a photographic memory of music, with a library of songs in his repertoire in the thousands, and continuing to grow. His range of music is endless, ranging from R&B, Soul, Hip Hop, Rock n’ Roll, Pop, Country, Oldies, Alternative and even the classic compositions. For Kodi Lee, music knows no bounds!


DANI is a not-for-profit organization that was created to support people with disabilities! We are a community-focused organization. DANI was founded seventeen years ago by two parents of adults with disabilities in the GTA. What started as a parent advocacy group, has now grown into a multi-faceted organization which includes exceptional programs, two campuses and six social enterprise businesses.

At DANI we partner with adults with disabilities and their families to help them build important life and vocational skills, meaningful relationships and foster the most authentic life possible. 96% of all funding received by DANI goes directly to supporting our programs and initiatives.

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Sponsorship Opportunities

We are offering a variety of sponsorship opportunities for you and your organization to be involved in this momentous evening.

Behind the Music: Kodi Lee's Inspirational Journey

Kodi Lee in Toronto: A Musical Prodigy’s Concert for a Cause

Unveiling Talent: Kodi Lee’s Musical Journey to Toronto

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Cheese Specials:

  • Cheesecake (4” x 14”)
    Choice of Toppings: Streusel, Chocolate or Plain
  • Individual Cheesecake (4")
  • Cheese Danish
  • Cheese Danish Loaf


  • Cheese with Strawberry Sauce
    $45/per dozen
  • Mushroom with Mushroom Sauce
    $40/per dozen

Salmon Plates:

  • Moroccan Salmon with Couscous and Vegetables
    $25/per serving
  • Salmon Skewers (2) with Cantaloupe Salsa
    $30/per serving

Savory Plates:

  • Quiche
    (serves 6 - 8) Mushroom or Spinach
  • Cheese-less Sweet Potato Quiche
    (Made in dairy equipment)

Cheese Lasagna:

  • 8" x 8"
  • 9" x 13"

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Tula Kerr-Knights

Tula uses a person-centered approach to design and implement innovative programming with a focus on creative, hands-on activities. She uses her experience with a variety of kinds of handiwork to bring fun and engaging activities to participants that give them the opportunity to experiment with new mediums and express themselves creatively!

Daniela Scerbo

Daniela uses a person-centered approach to design and implement innovative programming. She uses her work experience as a language instructor to continue bringing academic programming to our participants, such as a brand-new accessible Science program using games, hands-on experiments and more to make learning fun!

Rudy Barell

Rudy Is currently the Chief Operating Officer of DANI’s Place – a unique housing initiative for persons with cognitive challenges based in Ontario, Canada. His role is to oversee all operations, while creating a strategic growth and implementation plan to ultimately build-out this branch of DANI.
Rudy has been working for both the corporate and the not-for-profit sectors for the past 20 years, establishing himself as an expert in government relations, grant writing and strategic planning. He has had the great honour and pleasure to work with amazing organizations in various business spheres: manufacturing, health technology, medical associations, first nations, social service agencies and with all levels of government and their arms-length partners. He is most proud of his lovely wife, his three children and cannot forget his dear friend Disco Stu - his bunny.

Francesco Franzone

Francesco uses a person-centered approach to design and implement innovative programming that shares his love of sports with everyone! He uses team activities to foster positive relationships and cooperation among participants in a supportive environment. Francesco also oversees a paid vocational partnership with Stalco, where participants work independently as part-time employees.

Tal Bar

Tal started working at DANI in 2010 and has since become an integral part of the organization's journey. Today, as the Chief Operating Officer of DANI, Tal takes charge of various operations and services, as well as organizational development and community partnerships, which drive DANI's growth and enable it to make a significant impact. Tal is a firm believer in the power of inclusion, recognizing that every individual deserves the opportunity to participate, contribute, and be valued. Tal holds an MEd in developmental psychology and education and is currently enrolled in TMU's nonprofit management program.