Rebox calls Montreal home and we try our hardest to make our city a better place to live.
Unfortunately, some of the people who have it hardest in Montreal (and many urban settings) are children and adolescents.
That’s why the Rebox team took part in the Trevor William Kids Foundation Hoop Fest, to make a difference in the lives of Montreal’s youth.
The Trevor Williams Kids Foundation (TWKF) is a Montreal-based charity that helps kids and teens become more socially conscious members of the local community through organized sports activities, educational programs, and mentorship.
Launched in 2005, the Trevor William Kids Foundation Hoop Fest is one of the charity’s premiere fundraisers, inviting local Montreal companies to play a bit of ball for an amazing cause.
This year, the Rebox team made it all the way to the finals of the day-long competition, beating out both The Suburban and Costco teams on our way to the playoffs.
Overall, the Rebox team raised $2000 for Montreal’s youth.
By partnering with the TWKF, our fundraising efforts will help to empower young Montrealers with leadership skills and education through the power of sport.
Giving back to the community is so important, and it’s even better when we’re having fun. Here’s to the Trevor William Kids Foundation for organizing such an important event and watch out for Rebox next year, because we’re gunning for the top spot in 2019!