About Big Brothers Big Sisters Toronto
As Canada’s leading child and youth mentoring charity, Big Brothers Big Sisters facilitates life-changing relationships that inspire and empower children and youth to reach their potential, both as individuals and citizens.
For almost 100 years, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Toronto has been well known and respected for the important services we provide to children and youth in our community.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Toronto is a non-profit organization that provides mentors to children and youth in need of additional positive adult support.
A Big Brother or Big Sister is a friend to a child or youth. They are somebody who will listen to them, be a friend and share their time and hearts.
About Colour Me Rad
Colour Me Rad is a 5K run of colour bombardment. You’ll start off with a shirt as pure and white as your grandpa's dentures and you'll soak up enough colour while running to change your skin tone forever. You'll wind up looking like a pack of skittles – just make sure not to “taste the rainbow.”
How it works:
Start out as clean as a newborn babe, and throughout the run, you'll coat your chaffing thighs with Colour Bombs of blue, green, pink, purple, and yellow until your face, shirt, and body come out silkscreened like a tie-dyed hippy on the other side.
Each section of the run adds a new explosion of colour to your clean, painter’s palate until you cross the finish line into a final blitzkrieg of colour.
What is the “colour” in Colour Me Rad?
You’re probably asking yourselves, “Is this really colour being thrown at us or are the rainbows we’re seeing just God’s signal that it’ll never flood again?”
Well I’m glad you asked. This isn’t just smoke and mirrors. This is non-toxic, non-rash-inducing, Kroger branded, coloured corn-starch. Subsidized by the government and processed in the good ol’ US of A, these blasts of starch will change your colour, and your demeanor, but never your level of wellness.
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