Winning Team: Td Securities “Green Machine”
Top Fundraising Team: Fengate Green
Top Individual Fundraisers: Andrew Oliveira, Mary Zhang and Charles Lussier-Bourque
Special thanks to Tito's Handmade Vodka, Pizza Nova, Dodgeball Canada, Indie88Toronto, MNP.
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THE DODGER 2018
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The DODGER is Toronto’s premier charity dodgeball tournament. It attracts over 220 participants and 500 spectators, and aims to raise $100,000 for St. Michael’s Hospital.
This year’s DODGER will consist of 24 teams of 12 battling it out on the court, while hundreds of spectators cheer, dance and laugh, all while raising funds for Scar Wars.
Each team plays 3 games, 15 minutes each
8 teams play in quarter-finals
4 teams play in semi-finals
2 teams battle it out for the championship
St. Michael’s Young Leaders (SMYL)
St. Michael’s Young Leaders (SMYL) is a group of fierce young professionals who raise funds for St. Michael’s Hospital through four action-packed annual events: THE BOWLER, THE DUFFER, THE DODGER and THE GIVER. Since launching in 2008, they’ve bowled, golfed, danced and dodged their way to nearly $2 million.
THE CAUSEThe next big goal is ambitious. SMYL is raising $500,000 in support of Scar Wars, a world-leading research centre that is revolutionizing treatment for fibrosis, or organ scarring. For a condition that’s relatively unknown, fibrosis is the cause of nearly half the deaths in the developed world.
Laura Charters Carruthers (CO-CHAIR)
Ron Burshtein (CO-CHAIR)
Mike Alfieri (VICE CHAIR)