Every child deserves to grow up playing and be active for life. With you and your communities help, we’ll continue to bring people together through sport & community games.
Our NFT collection is here! We’ve created 20,000 NFTs to raise funds to paint Sportswalls on every elementary school and grow community self led games in Ontario. We are going to make Ontario the most active province in Canada!
Have you scanned one of our QR codes located all throughout Ontario public sport courts and schools? Regardless of skill level, we have a challenge or how to video for you. Share you completing our challenges using #GETACTIVEnPLAY
Social distancing and creating educational active challenges and games that you can do for indoor or outdoor Math, English, gym classes or play them at home. Check back for game updates and follow us on social media for the active pro tips and memes.
We have started Get Active ‘N Play Summer camps using Sportswalls in Scarborough, Ontario and even updated our logo. Like it?
Developed and gave out 230 physical literacy challenge booklets to students that they can complete at home, with friends and at school. Our goal is to have 1 million youth have their own challenge booklet and complete it by 2025. Help us hit our goal and order yours.
Painted more Sportswalls and learned that every community is unique and has different needs to get active and play.
We hosted ‘Pan Am Sports Days’ /Learn 2 play games leading up to the games. Using Sportswalls, we invited local communities to play various sports that were being played at the Pan Am games in Toronto.
Over one year, we received $19,900 from Ontario Trillium Foundation to foster youth participation in sports and recreation, and in our Get Active ‘N Play leadership program at schools in York Region.
We became a not for profit org and painted Sportswalls on 10 schools in Ontario!
Teamed up with the Toronto Sports Council with funding from True Sport to pilot in school Get Active and Play program for 44 students at St. Henry Catholic school
Hosted community learn 2 play events throughout the Ontario Summer Games through the Playing 4 Keeps initiative.
First Sportswall was painted in Toronto, Ontario!