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QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY MOTIONBALL

ABOUT US

motionball is a national non-profit organization that empowers young Canadians to be leaders in their communities, raising funds and awareness for Special Olympics through inclusive social and sporting events. At Queen’s University, we’re working to ensure that individuals with intellectual disabilities living in Kingston are included, supported, and celebrated. We create relevant, meaningful experiences for university students to give back to their community, while building relationships with local Special Olympics athletes. 

motionball events put the fun back into giving, at Queen’s University and across Canada. 

This year in particular, Special Olympics athletes need us more than ever as many remain isolated and alone, at a greater risk of contracting COVID-19 than the general population. Join us in raising funds and awareness for the cause so that Special Olympics sport programs can return with strength, and that no athlete is left behind. 

We are a committee of passionate student leaders determined to make an unprecedented impact, in an unprecedented year. 

WHAT'S HAPPENING AT QUEEN'S

2020

Queen’s students raised over $28,000 for Special Olympics Canada Foundation in their March 2020 Marathon of Sport, and had more than 80 students participating in the virtual national motionball event this September. motionball Queen’s looks forward to engaging more students with Special Olympics soon! 

2021
Stay tuned for ways to get involved with motionball Queen’s or email e.lewis@motionball.com for more info!

#NOGOODWAY

motionball is working to promote positivity and inclusion, demonstrating that there is #NoGoodWay to use the “r-word” (retard). This word is hurtful, outdated, and brings back memories of being bullied and excluded for individuals with intellectual disabilities. 

As motionballers, we are proud ambassadors of the #NoGoodWay campaign. Learn more and take the pledge at motionball.com/nogoodway