Internationally renowned Canadian singer-songwriter Chantal Kreviazuk took part in the Brew Some Good celebrations at RIO-CAN Yonge & Eglinton Center, just outside Toronto’s Eglinton subway station, by busking for Habitat for Humanity Canada. She treated Torontonians to several songs over an hour.

“I’m delighted to be here today to help Maxwell House and brew some good for Habitat for Humanity Canada,” said Ms. Kreviazuk. “We’re all doing random acts of good, hoping you’ll pay it forward by doing something nice for someone else today.”

The Maxwell House partnership with Habitat for Humanity Canada includes marketing support, public awareness building and a generous donation. “We are thrilled that Maxwell House is supporting our work in building homes and hope for Canadian families,” said David Hughes, President and CEO, Habitat for Humanity Canada. “This campaign is a fantastic demonstration of how people from all walks of life can join us and have a positive impact on the lives of others.”

Thousands of subway riders on Wednesday morning received a free ride, cup of coffee, and a performance from a famous Canadian singer, all in aid of Habitat for Humanity.