If you like to play volleyball, have fun with friends, and support a great cause–the HOPE Volleyball tournament is for you.
H.O.P.E is an acronym that stands for ‘Helping Other People Everywhere’, which is the purpose and goal of its inception. Hope Toronto Inc. is a registered charity that was created in 1984 by Dan Korey. The charity strives to raise awareness and funds for other local charities in the community. Over the years since its creation, dance parties and boat cruises where main fundraising events. However, HOPE held its first volleyball tournament on Toronto Island in 1988, launching its notoriety as a fun, must-have event. At the time of this article, HOPE hosts its volleyball tournament as its number one flagship event.
As evidence of its success over the years, HOPE has been acclaimed Toronto’s largest single day volleyball tournament fundraiser.
Does this sound like something you’d be interested in? Don’t miss your chance!
Who can register? Anyone ages 16 and over are eligible to register for the tournament. HOPE hosts regular teams, student teams, corporate teams (check out this team building opportunity!), and individuals.
How do you register? You can register online at: hopevolleyball.com
Keep in mind that spots are limited and typically fill quickly. HOPE runs on a first come–first serve basis.
You can expect to experience a day full of fun, laughter, and excellent volleyball. HOPE also provides a silent auction, a DJ, prizes, food, and alcohol at the event.
If you can’t make it this year–don’t worry. You can stay up to date with everything H.O.P.E on their website linked above!