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.Submit
The Toronto FC Community MVP for October is forward Jozy Altidore. This month, Jozy hosted 100 youth at his TFC Pro Player Clinic, offering them coaching and signing autographs for every child. Thank you, Jozy, for your time giving back to the community.
The Toronto FC Community MVP for September is defender Drew Moor. In addition to visiting youth at the Timbits soccer program, this month Drew continues his season-long donation of game tickets to Toronto Youth Development. Thank you, Drew, for your efforts in giving back to the community.
The Toronto FC Community MVP for August is captain Michael Bradley. This month, Michael hosted 100 youth at his TFC Pro Player Clinic. This season, he has also generously donated tickets for all home games to kids from Best Buddies Canada. Thank you, Michael, for your work in giving back to our community.
The Toronto FC Community MVP for July is defender Justin Morrow. This month, Justin continued his reading program at two summer schools in Toronto, providing books for students and visiting them to discuss the importance of education and literacy. Thank you, Justin, for your efforts in giving back to the community.
The Toronto FC Community MVP for June is midfielder Jonathan Osorio. This month, Jonathan participated in the MLSE Team Up Challenge charity event, and continues his ticket donation program in which he provides tickets for every home game to patients at the Hospital for Sick Children. Thank you, Jonathan, for your efforts in giving back to the community.
The Toronto FC Community MVP for May is forward Sebastian Giovinco. This season, Seba continues his donation of season tickets to young fans at Holland Bloorview Kids Hospital. Earlier this month, he also took photos, signed autographs, and participated in drills with 100 youth at a TFC Pro Player Clinic. Thank you Sebastian for giving back to the community of Toronto.