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HOPE + Olympian Josh Binstock on The Morning Show

HOPE + Olympian Josh Binstock on The Morning Show

Josh Binstock, who represented Canada in beach volleyball at the 2012 London Olympics, along with Angela (HOPE) and Joe and Corey (Canada School of Volleyball) were on Global’s Morning Show promoting volleyball and HOPE’s huge event on Toronto Centre Island this Saturday June 15! Check out Global’s video here. As a bonus for our participants,…
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Dan and Marcia on Global with Anthony Farnell

Dan and Marcia on Global with Anthony Farnell

Anthony Farnell, Chief Meteorologist for Global News and long standing supporter of HOPE, interviewed Dan (President) and Marcia (Events & Operations Manager) to hype up our upcoming 25th Annual HOPE Volleyball Tournament on Toronto Centre Island.  Great job Dan and Marcia! Check out the interview on Global News Toronto – May 29, 2013  < Click…
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Fundraise & WIN a Samsung Galaxy Tablet!!!

We have some awesome rewards lined up as a Thank You for your amazing fundraising effort: Top 3 Fundraisers (min. $500 raised) will win a Samsung Galaxy Tablet Computer! We’ll also have additional rewards for other top fundraisers and a chance for everyone to win a prize. For more incentives and additional details – Click…
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National Volunteer Week – April 21-27, 2013

National Volunteer Week – April 21-27, 2013

Our volunteers ROCK! Every year, over 100 volunteers come together to make our event fun and successful – organizing committees, marketing, setup, pledges, bartending, security, score keeping… you name it.  Every aspect of our event is touched on by dedicated volunteers as we are a volunteer driven organization.  We are very thankful to all our…
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Serving It Up For The Community

Serving It Up For The Community

HOPE Toronto may be used to serving volleyballs, but on December 8, 2012, a team of ten HOPE members was serving warm lunches to the community at Fort York Food Bank.  Squeezed into the narrow galley kitchen, we rolled up our sleeves, donned aprons and hair nets to relieve the regular volunteer crew who had…
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