by • September 29, 2014 • Events, TorontoComments (0)

Events | October 1 | The YELLOWCARD Campaign

With the fall season officially arrived, it’s time to start looking forward to the beautiful scenery and events that lay ahead for the team. We are all so busy working to bring you the best of the best in our respective fields and I can’t wait for some big things that are in the works for us all. Taking a step back from the busy life we all live, it’s also important to remember that life is more than a busy schedule.

That is why I am so happy to support the upcoming YELLOWCARD Campaign taking place on October 1st in support of  Special Olympics Canada and the national charity motionball. Come & see how you can take part in a cause that deserves all of our attention.

For those of us in Toronto, October 1st will be an important one to mark on the calendar. YELLOWCARD Day’s Toronto celebration will transform SpeakEasy 21 at Scotia Plaza into a sea of yellow with live music, food and drinks – the admission price is taking the pledge!

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This is something that needs to be taken seriously. The power of a single word can truly change the lives of countless people and it’s time we all stood up and realized enough is enough. To take the pledge with me, click here and simply fill out your information to support and raise YOUR #Yellowcard. Make sure to tweet @Motionball with your support & your city using the #Yellowcard and #nogoodway hashtags. Tag @DoTheDaniel as well so that I can RT you and share in your support of something we all stand behind.

To become an active part of the campaign, make sure to become a YELLOWCARD ambassador and create a write it, rip it, pledge it” video where you write the word ‘retard’ on a piece of paper, rip it, and share the link on

Please remember the power of your words and take a stand to make a change with The team today.

Photos: YELLOWCARD Campaign & motionball


Daniel Desforges

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