“Waterloo Recreation” is a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to providing affordable adult recreation to the KW region since 2011. Organized team sports have numerous benefits in terms of physical health, mental health, and building social connections. The goal of the league is to remove the financial barrier that may prevent some individuals from enjoying these benefits.
Individuals and new teams in the league can join for free. Individuals can play for free indefinitely. Returning teams are encouraged to pay $250/$200 per season to cover the cost of the gym rentals and dodgeballs.
Who are we
Noah Forrin formed the league and is the Wednesday league convener. He’s a postdoctoral researcher at McMaster University and an adjunct lecturer at the University of Waterloo who specializes in educational psychology research (specifically on learning and memory in the classroom). Noah can be contacted via the “Contact” page above.
Jacob Gibbs has been the Monday league convener for over three years now, and will also be convening the Wednesday league in Fall 2019.
Waterloo Dodgeball has thus far raised $3000 so far for some great causes!
Sept, 2017: Fall 2017 Season
-$410 was raised for Childhood Cancer Canada!
April , 2014: Dodging Cancer 3
-$720 was raised for the Canadian Cancer Society and “Run for Life”. Thanks to the teams and players that came from Toronto, Milton, and even California! 🙂
June, 2013: Dodging Cancer 2
-$550 was raised for Childhood Cancer Canada!
April 1st, 2012: Dodging Cancer
-$1160 was raised for Childhood Cancer Canada! Thanks to everyone who participated.
October 30th, 2012: Dodging Poverty
-$160 was raised in for Unicef.