The 18th Man Project

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During the 2014-2015 season, the AAA Oakville Rangers started the 18th Man Project. Wanting to create a lasting impact on the life of someone in need, they partnered with One4Another International, and the team funded a life-saving surgery for a boy named Michael from Uganda.

Since then, dozens of both boys and girls teams from Oakville, Guelph, Waterloo, Quinte, York Mills, and South Delta (BC) have joined the 18th Man Project, and have taken on a Ugandan child in need of surgery as the 18th player on their roster.

You can sign up with us to have your team (any sport) or group (great to do with youth groups, classes, coworkers, etc.) get matched with a child and we'll facilitate the relationship between your team / group and a child in need.

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The 18th Man Project: Program Overview

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  1. […] The leaf raking on Nov 3rd mentioned erlier today will support a spercial charity, read more below: The Waterloo Wolves major pee wee team is raising money for their “18th man” – Ezekial, a young boy from Uganda. He’s 13 years old and was born with two clubfeet.  He has never received any treatment, and with the money raised by the hockey team he will get the treatment he needs – to walk on the bottom of his feet, relieve his pain, and improve his mobility significantly. If you’d like to support this effort, please contact us to pre-arrange help from the team: or text 647-241-8206. Read more about the 18th man here – […]