Mark Chipman, Chairman & Governor of the Winnipeg Jets, speaks at the press conference announcing our new PLAY program partnership with the Province of Manitoba and the Winnipeg Jets True North Foundation.
A very proud moment for us- announcing a brand new partnership with the Province of Manitoba and the Winnipeg Jets True North Foundation! It marked the first expansion of our PLAY (Promoting Life-skills in Aboriginal Youth) program outside of Ontario.
Chelsea FC player Willian is supporting our UK colleagues' ‘Play For Change’ schools fundraising initiative. Schools can win fantastic Chelsea FC prizes by raising money for Right To Play. Go to playforchange.rig... to learn more!
Visit CBC's Live Blog highlighting moments from a recent trip to Liberia & Benin with CBC's Scott Russell and Athlete Ambassadors Perdita Felicien and Adam van Koeverden- and stay tuned for the air date of this CBC Sports feature!
We can't wait to welcome Ellen DeGeneres' own DJ Tony to Toronto for the 2nd Annual Right To Play Ball! There's still time to get your tickets, check out www.therighttopla... for info & highlights from last year's event supporting Right To Play
From April 4 - 7, Toronto Raptors alumni Jamaal Magloire, Toronto Maple Leafs alumni Wendel Clark & Toronto FC forward Danny Koevermans will help lead Sport For Development clinics in partnership with @MLSE Foundation and 7 PLAY program First Nation partner communities. Visit www.righttoplay.ca to learn more!
From April 4 - 7, Toronto Raptors alumni Jamaal Magloire, Toronto Maple Leafs alumni Wendel Clark & Toronto FC forward Danny Koevermans will help lead Sport For Development clinics in partnership with MLSE Foundation and 7 PLAY program First Nation partner communities. Visit www.righttoplay.ca to learn more!
Youth to Youth students from Oasis Arts & Social Change Alternative School and Ogden Junior Public School joined artistic forces to ‘beautify’ Ogden. We're so proud to support Right To Play Canada's Youth To Youth Program that assists elementary students by enhancing their academic, athletic and life skills while at the same time providing an opportunity for mentoring students to reach the larger community and gain experience as leaders.
Reid Kimmett, left, Leslie Erven and Martin Parnell were at last year’s Kimmett Cup at Mitford Pond in Cochrane. The fundraiser was held in honour of Kimmett’s older sister Lindsay, who played hockey and studied medicine at the University of Calgary. This year, the group will try to raise $ 100,000 for Right To Play while breaking a Guinness World Record!