SLPs @ CN Tower Climb for United Way

On Saturday October 20, 2012, seven Speech-Language Pathology students and thirty-one Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy students climbed all 1,776 stairs to the top of the third tallest tower in the world, the CN Tower. This U of T Rehab Sciences team raised $2,317 for United Way Toronto, with SLP students contributing $695 to this amount.

United Way Toronto is an organization dedicated to supporting a wide network of health and social service agencies, which serve the Toronto community. They aim to build healthy people, stronger communities, and provide access to help for those who need it.

Climbing to the top of the tower was both a strenuous and highly rewarding task. SLP students greatly value giving back to their community and are proud to do so representing the University of Toronto.”