This Saturday, one beloved Canadian charity is giving Special Olympics athletes and special needs performers their moment in the spotlight. Enter the first-ever motionball Idol. Six talented Special Olympics athletes will find their voices as they compete for a chance...
It seems there’s another charity event transforming a different space every single week. And while raising money for a worthy cause is definitely a good thing, most young professionals must decided which ones are worthy of the typical hefty price tag
April’s only a month away, which means you’d better have the right plans for ringing in the spring. Which is why we’re here with everything you need to know about the party of the season: Calgary’s annual motionball Gala
On Friday, 2,800 of the city’s finest filled the Liberty Grand for the 14th annual motionball Toronto Gala. Not that we have to tell you that, because you were probably already there. The evening cut no corners in its promise to deliver an epic party in support of the Special Olympics Canada Foundation
It’s almost time to emerge from hibernation. On Friday, February 6th, the beloved motionball Gala is back in a big way. Benefitting the Special Olympics Canada Foundation, the event is one not to miss. Though we can guarantee a good time, we can’t promise the tickets won’t sell out in the near future
Between the weekly charity events and constant requests to support a friend or coworker in their charity bike ride, there’s always another reason for YPs to reach into their pockets in support of a good cause. That’s why asking your network for support can be awkward. Paul Etherington tells us it doesn’t have to be