Why Participate?

These university clubs bring our mission to their fellow students and greater community. From paint nights to sports tournaments, our university clubs help support our impactful programming across the globe. 

Interested in starting a chapter on your campus?                                                         

Amanda Downs, Development & Events Coordinator

How Your Support Makes a Difference

Your Participation Will Make A Difference! 

Now more than ever, Right To Play needs the help of donors to continue to fund critical programming that protects, educates, and empowers 2.3 million children every year. Funds raised through the Gran Fondo will benefit Right To Play’s mission and ensure that programs can continue here in Canada and in 14 other countries around the world. 

Help us continue to support children and their communities.  

For 10 years, Right To Play has partnered with Indigenous communities and organizations across Canada to support programs that focus on mental well-being, self-care, healthy coping strategies and life-skill development. During the pandemic, they have continued to support over 70 partners with virtual trainings and activities that can be played by children, youth and families in their homes. Many Right To Play Community Mentors have been designated essential workers because of the critical role they play in support of child and youth health and well-being. It is vital that we continue supporting these local programs. 

We need to support children now so they can help their communities recover and rebuild stronger than ever in the future. Right To Play has the expertise, the partnerships, and the teams to make that happen. 

Your support will help us keep children safe, healthy, and mentally resilient. 

Questions? Contact:

Amanda Downs, Development & Events Coordinator

Thank you for your support!

Students from 10 Universities across Canada have come together to bring the power of play to campus! 

These university clubs bring out mission to their fellow students and greater community, and aim to raise funds for Right To Play.