National not-for-profit motionball for Special Olympics announced its must-attend gala will return this Friday, March 3, 2023, at Liberty Grand in Toronto.
Hosted by Breakfast Television’s Devo Brown, the motionball Toronto Gala, presented by Brodie O’Brien, will welcome 2,500 guests for an open bar and a night of unparalleled entertainment. With eight acts across two ballrooms, guests will enjoy live musical performances in one room while DJs spin the night away in another. A silent auction featuring over 100 luxury items takes place throughout the evening to help reach motionball’s goal of raising $300,000 net in one night for the cause.
Since 2002, the motionball Toronto Gala has brought the fun back into giving and has been the must-attend event for Toronto’s young professional crowd, and this year will be no exception. To honour this year’s 21st annual motionball Gala, the CN Tower will shine motionball red on the evening of March 3 at the top of every hour for 30 minutes!
motionball is a national non-profit organization raising funds and awareness for the Special Olympics Canada Foundation (SOCF) through inclusive social and sporting events in cities across Canada. Throughout the motionball calendar year, more than 12,500 supporters and Special Olympics athletes participate in 50+ annual events in 17 Canadian cities and 34 university campuses. motionball aims to provide a sustainable funding model and base of supporters for the Special Olympics movement by engaging and empowering young professionals and university students. To date, motionball has donated over $15M net to the Special Olympics Canada Foundation. For more information, please visit: motionball.com.