Get ready to get your climb on.
This weekend, the 41st annual CN Tower Climb for United Way returns, giving you the opportunity to get your sweat on for a good cause.
This year’s climbs take place on Saturday, November 24 for students and the public and the corporate climb takes place on Sunday, November 25, challenging everyone to take on all 1,776 steps of Toronto’s famous landmark
Over the weekend, nearly 10,000 people from across the city will climb the tower to help individuals across York, Peel and Toronto “rise from poverty to possibility.”
Funds raised during the climb will help United Way fight local poverty in all its forms.
“As thousands of families, colleagues, and communities strive for their personal best time, they’re actually helping millions of individuals live their best life,” said Daniele Zanotti, President and CEO, United Way Greater Toronto in a statement.
“It might be 30 minutes for a climber, but it’s a lifetime’s worth of gratitude for those impacted.”
So grab your team, or sign up on your own, and get ready to climb some steps!
When: November 24 and 25
Time: Saturday, 6 am to 10 am; Sunday, 6 am to 10 am
Where: CN Tower
Price: A non-refundable registration fee applies — $10 for students and $20 for adults
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