Published August 26, 2014 20:31
Source Inside Toronto
The Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Toronto celebrated its 12th annual Unity Day, bringing together more than 2,000 children at Dovercourt Park, Wednesday, Aug. 6.
“Each year Boys and Girls Clubs across Toronto work with tens of thousands of young people in local neighbourhoods and communities. Once a year, during the summer months, the clubs unite together for a full scale carnival event to celebrate and promote the unity of young people, breaking down the barriers that separate us,” said its chair Ron Rock. “The smiles on the faces of over 2000 kids tell the story of how important it is for them to get out of their communities and see other kids that play just like themselves. Unity Day is a celebration of our collective diversity.”