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On Saturday, November 20, the ultimate Dare took place at Cherry Beach in Toronto. “The ultimate Dare?!” you ask? Why yes — Ultimate the sport (also known as Ultimate Frisbee), that is.
Ultimate Dare Toronto, organized by local enthusiasts of the high-flying, disc-throwing sport, was a one-day tournament to raise money for the Stephen Lewis Foundation’s A Dare to Remember campaign. The event was a great success, and a lot of fun too (as evidenced by the photos above, courtesy of Ryan Chow).
So far, team Ultimate Dare Toronto has raised $690 toward its fundraising goal. Why not give these fine folks a nudge? Click here to donate to Ultimate Dare Toronto.
Have you picked your Dare yet? Don’t worry — there’s still time! Click here to sign up and start fundraising now.