Humber dodges for Children’s Wish
By Meagan Malloch and Alex Fuller
Humber’s first dodgeball tournament, Dodge for a Wish, wrapped up Monday at the North campus when the Purple Cobras and the Renegades faced off for the winning title.
Prizes were awarded to the winning and runner-up teams, and a raffle ticket was drawn for Toronto Raptor tickets.
Although this was the first dodgeball tournament that happened at Humber to raise money for Children’s Wish Foundation, it is not the only way that Humber shows their support for Children’s Wish.
Alex Fuller has more.
Children’s Wish Foundation helps make the wishes of young children come true to those who have been diagnosed terminally ill.
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