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by • April 28, 2014 • Events, TorontoComments (0)

Events | The Right To Play Ball

On Thursday May 1st, MasterCard Canada presents The 3rd Annual Right To Play Ball! Taking place at the always beautiful Shangri-La Hotel Toronto (* see my recent #iheartbosk experience here), this amazing evening promises to bring together the who’s who in Toronto all in support of an amazing cause. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, but I truly believe that for those of us who are blessed to work in the industry that we do, it is necessary to support good causes. So let me tell you why you need to come join Julio & I on Thursday!

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Alongside Comedian Russell Peters, the DJ for the evening, Canadian celebrities and athletes alike will gather together in support of The Right To Play Ball in the heart of downtown Toronto. Hosted by Glen Baxter and gaining buzz with celebrities sightings sure to be had, the evening is all about coming together to support Right To Play. “Founded in 2000 by four-time Olympic gold medalist and social entrepreneur Johann Olav Koss, … Right To Play is a global organization that uses the transformative power of play to educate and empower children facing adversity. Through playing sports and games, Right To Play helps one million children weekly in more than 20 countries to build essential life-skills and better futures, while driving lasting social change.”

Not convinced yet? Check out this video from last year’s event here:

“Tickets to this signature Right To Play event include an evening of sports-inspired cocktails, fine food, custom décor and play-inspired activities among the ‘who’s who’ of Toronto.”

Purchase your tickets here for what I promise will be a night to remember, and which will make a huge difference in the lives of children around the world.

Don’t forget to join the social media buzz on May 1st with @RightToPlayCAN & #RTPBall. Come & join @Fashionights & I for an evening of charity, an evening of fun and an evening that really makes a difference.

Photos: The Right To Play Ball & Right To Play

Cheers!

Daniel Desforges

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