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Playing for Keeps Volunteer Ambassadors Graduation, City Hall

Playing for Keeps Volunteer Ambassadors Graduation, City Hall

Teaching our Mayor John Tory and Rahul K. Bhardwaj, President & CEO of the Toronto Foundation a few boxing moves at Playing for Keeps Volunteer Ambassadors Graduation!

April 9th, 1000 Volunteer Ambassadors became community leaders through the Playing for Keeps George Brown College Certification! We celebrated this milestone together at City Hall.

  To learn more about this amazing initiative visit: http://playingforkeeps.ca/

Rahul K. Bhardwaj, President & CEO of the Toronto Foundation & Toronto Mayor, John Tory.

Miranda Kamal, Kelly Korkola, John Tory, Pius Adarkwa, and Anna Zhang

Rahul K. Bhardwaj, President & CEO of the Toronto Foundation, Toronto Mayor, John Tory & Miranda Kamal Co-Founder of MJKO

2015 Playing for Keeps Graduate Khalilah Brooks

2015 Playing for Keeps Graduate Rick Bender

2015 Playing for Keeps Graduates Zeenat Afghan & Anna Zhang

CP24 Segment One - MJKO Co-Founder, Miranda Kamal

MJKO on CP24 Segment 4 - Co Founder Ibrahim Kamal

CP24 Segment 3 with Craig Tsuji, Principal Ryerson School & Downtown Music Acedamy


MJKO Board Member Randy Phipps Wins 2015 Volunteer Legacy Awards

Randy Phipps

Despite a jam packed schedule, Randy Phipps still manages to volunteer his time consistently to support the fight against human trafficking and help at risk youth learn valuable life skills through fitness programming. He goes above and beyond helping [free-them], a group of individuals who have come together to work collectively with government, law enforcement and victim service partners to help combat human trafficking. He helps educate students, organizations, faith communities’ business professionals and corporate groups that slavery still exists today in our country. When he’s not raising awareness about human trafficking he is advocating for free, high quality sports and recreation programs for Toronto's youth as a board member of Mentoring Juniors Kids Organization 

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The MJKO Team would like to send out a HUGE Congrats to  Randy for this awesome award. We are so lucky to have you as a teammate. Thanks for all you do to make Toronto better. We love you!

Calling on all ladies!

Thank You MJKO Partners, Media, Volunteers and Participants!


Together we are getting kids moving, dreaming the big dream and understanding the value of volunteerism.  To learn more about volunteer opportunities with Mentoring Juniors Kids Organization (MJKO) or to donate please visit http://www.mjko.ca