Join us on February 29th, 2020 at the Glebe Community Centre for our 4th Annual Red Cup Challeng! Teams will go head-to-head in a round robin style tournament to see who will claim the 1st place prize of $500 cash! All teams are guaranteed 3 game minimum, and costumes are always encouraged.
The red cup challenge is an annual charity event to help raise proceeds for mental health awareness. Our goal is to make a meaningful impact in the local community, supporting local mental health initiatives and creating positive memories and relationships.
Like many good causes – it usually starts with a tragic beginning. The Red Cup Challenge is no different. Losing one of my friends to a mental illness I immediately felt it was my fault, even though I had no idea he was suffering in silence. This is why I felt determined to start a great event where people can come together, have a great time, and build strong relationships out of it.
All of the proceeds are donated to The Sens Foundation. This foundation works to spread awareness about mental health by working with people already suffering from the illness. By helping us, you’re also helping the Sens Foundation make a difference.
To make a donation, simply click the button below and you will be redirected to our PayPal account.
7 months ago
Hope everyone had a great valentines day yesterday! We're now 2 week away from the big day and we're all very excited for another great event! Teams a signing up fast, so if you haven't already, head on down to RedCupChallenge.com and register your team now! We can't wait to see you all there. ...
34 strong willed teams competed in the 3rd Annual Red Cup Challenge at the Glebe Community Centre. All the kind hearted participants, volunteers, and sponsors helped us raise a total of $2,357 which was donated to The Sens Foundation in order to help support mental health initiatives. A special thanks to all for making this event as special as it was. Peace and Love.
44 teams battled in the 2nd Annual Red Cup Challenge held at the Glebe Community Centre. With the generous help of everyone who participated & contributed, a total of $2,200 was donated to The Sens Foundation in order to help support mental health initiatives. We’d like to thank all who participated, volunteered and supported our event.