One of Right To Play Canada’s goals is to empower students and teachers to champion the Sport for Development movement by raising awareness and funds in their school and within their community for our programs.
Right To Play School and University Partnerships works with Elementary Schools, High Schools, and Colleges & Universities across Canada to achieve this goal in many ways, including school assemblies, Right To Play Days, leadership workshops, fundraising campaigns, and curriculum-based class projects.
- Service Learning - Students gain valuable experience as global citizens by engaging in local initiatives that have an international impact. Students become more active in their own communities and become empowered to help fellow children.
- Leadership Opportunity - Students have the opportunity to create and run events which require them to formulate a plan, organize their peers, and engage their communities for a greater cause.
- Skill Development - Through on-campus workshops and off-campus internships students learn about several aspects of not-for-profit operations including marketing, project management and fundraising. Working with an international NGO provides students with unique experiences that set them apart from their peers.
This website will provide you with free resources, creative fundraising ideas, and inspiring news stories that celebrate the schools and students we work with.
Learn more about Right To Play's work here, and get your school and community involved in Right To Play today!