Toronto FC will be recognizing one player or coach each month for his outstanding work in the community and commitment to being a positive representation of the team off the pitch. As a special thank you, Toronto FC partner Benjamin Moore will be creating a custom portrait of each player to recognize their contributions.
The Toronto FC Community MVP for September is captain Michael Bradley. In September, Michael met and coached 100 kids at his TFC pro player clinic at Kia Training Ground. Michael also donates tickets to every TFC home game to Best Buddies Canada. Thank you, Michael, for your dedication to the community.
The Toronto FC Community MVP for August is Clint Irwin. This year, Clint donates tickets to each game to Special Olympics Ontario, and took the time to meet with members of the Toronto FC Special Olympics Unified team before their trip to Montreal. Thank you, Clint, for all you do in the community.
The Toronto FC Community MVP for July is Drew Moor. This month, Drew continues his donation of tickets to every home game to Toronto Youth Development. Drew also spent time giving back to the community at a Timbits Soccer practice. Thank you, Drew, for your presence in the community.
The Toronto FC Community MVP for June is Jozy Altidore. In June, Jozy met with 100 youth at his TFC pro player clinic, coaching the kids and signing autographs for all attendees. Jozy also visited Sick Kids Hospital as the Jozy Altidore Foundation presented the hospital with a $10,000 donation. Thank you, Jozy, for your work and generosity in the community.
The Toronto FC Community MVP for May is Sebastian Giovinco. In May, Sebastian hosted 100 kids at his pro player clinic at Kia Training Ground, signing autographs, taking photos, and participating in drills with each child. He also continued his season long donation of game tickets to patients at Holland Bloorview Children’s Hospital. Thank you, Sebastian, for your continued efforts in the community.
The Toronto FC Community MVP for April is Jonathan Osorio. This month, Jonathan continues his season-long donation of home game tickets to patients at Sick Kids Hospital. Jonathan also took time to visit the hospital, meeting with fans and participating in the MLS Greener Goals day of service. Thank you, Jonathan, for giving back to your local community.