Tru Faces is proud to have significant community involvement from educational booths, speaking sessions, and teaching adaptive sports.

At Thomas A Secondary School, we set up a booth during lunch to promote awareness about White Cane Week that took place during the first week of February. We had different canes and facts about blindness to break stereotypes.

We taught goalball, a blind sport, to high school students, as well as at some community events.

We had the pleasure of speaking at Scott Young Public School during their Inclusion Regardless of Ability Day. We spoke about inclusion,  disability, advocacy and shared our own stories.

We were able to set up an educational booth at the Mohawk Students' Association to educate students about disability and Tru Faces.

We had a great conversation about invisible disabilities with St. Michael's College School during invisible disability awareness week.

We met our mentorship partner Denise Justin and gave a presentation about Entrepreneurship at the Fighting Blindness Young Leaders Summit.

We also spoke to AboutFace campers about self-advocacy. They are a camp organization for children with facial differences held each year at Camp Maple Leaf.

We partnered with AMI tv to be on Season 2 of Mind your Own Business.

We spoke at the Mohawk College Student Life Conference about what is really means to make something accessible.

We spoke at the Fanshawe College about Invisible Disabilities and the impact that they may have on an individual.

We have also been featured on podcasts like CBC Inappropriate Questions, The Low Vision Guy, AT Banter, and Insight Peterborough. Plus, Kelly and Company through AMI.

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