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Want to help build a better Toronto? Want to expand your networks?

The ball is in your court – Join the Playing for Keeps movement

Do you identify yourself in one of the following categories?

  • Youth (16-25 years of age)
  • Newcomer (youth, adults and seniors, in Canada for less than five years)
  • Long-time resident of the community

If so, we would love to have you as a Volunteer Ambassador to lead Playing for Keeps Neighbourhood Games! Neighbourhood Games are locally organized, playful activities that bring people together to share an experience, have fun, and play. Games can cover a range of activities such as sports, arts, music and food!


  • Help plan, organize, run playful games in your neighbourhood!
  • Volunteer in your community


  • Commit to attending the Playing for Keeps/George Brown College Community Leadership Training, offered at no cost over two weekends (4 full days) on July 6-7 and August 10-11 in downtown Toronto
  • Commit to volunteering to plan and host at least one Playing for Keeps Neighbourhood Game in your own community
  • Commit to volunteering with your community organization


  • Get training at no cost to become a community leader
  • Expand personal and professional networks
  • Gain meaningful volunteer experience for your résumé
  • Graduate with a certificate of completion from Playing for Keeps/George Brown College
  • Meet a diverse range of people
  • TTC tokens and lunch provided for trainings

Training Location:  George Brown College, St. James Campus, 300 Adelaide Street East, Toronto

Register online: Find the Volunteer Ambassador Registration