Right To Play International

Right To Play

Right To Play

Sport can change the world — and you can too! Right To Play is a global organization that uses the transformative power of play — playing sports, playing games — to educate and empower children facing adversity.

We're inviting runners of all ages and stages to join our #RaceForChange community, where racers can swap stories, motivate and inspire each other on the road to personal success with a shared goal of raising vital funds for Right To Play.

Every $50 that you raise will provide a year of sport and play activities to children and youth in some of the world's most disadvantaged communities. Your support gives children the chance to recapture their childhood and learn life lessons through our proprietary games such as Malaria Tag, Team Trust and Infection Protection. Watch the below video to learn more about one of our programs in Monrovia, Liberia.

As you train for your race, you will no doubt face challenges. In joining the #RaceForChange community, we'll be there to support you from your first training session, to the soggy runs in the rain, to the moment you cross the finish line. Right To Play staff & volunteers will be at Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon cheering you on!

Right To Play

Sign up below to join the #RaceForChange community and help Right To Play change the lives of children and youth worldwide through sport and play. Together, we can reach our goal!

BONUS! Exclusive Right To Play Running Kit for fundraisers. As a special thank you, we're also rewarding racers with an exclusive running kit — consisting of a Brooks long-sleeve technical racing shirt, Right To Play headband and foam finger — when you raise a total of $250 or more! Check out www.righttoplay.com/RaceForChange for additional details.

Interested in becoming a team captain and racing with friends, family or co-workers? We have free race registrations for a few motivated leaders. Email Canada@righttoplay.com for more information.


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