Thank you for your interest in this event. Due to the ongoing Corona Virus, Bridge To Health has decided to postpone until further notice. We appreciate your understanding and look forward to having you at this event in the future!


Throw some axes. Network. Support a great cause. 


 Sunday, April 5 from 1 - 3:30 pm

BATL - The Backyard Axe Throwing League

Toronto East Location

33 Villiers Street, Unit 5 M5A 1A9


Join Bridge To Health at our spring networking event. Mingle with global health medical and dental professionals and learn more about the health challenges facing East African communities. Guests will receive personal coaching before participating in a round robin tournament. Top players will compete for prizes in a final playoff!

Attendance and axe throwing - $50

Attendance only - $10

Network with passionate global health medical and dental professionals
Mingle with past and present volunteers!
Wicked prizes
for axe throwing champions

Event Highlights

Join our BATL Committee and help out before and/or during the event

Learn about opportunities to sponsor this event

Donate prizes for our tournament champions 

How does Bridge to Health achieve our vision? 
Empowering communities for a healthier future

Provide high quality medical and dental care

We have provided free, comprehensive care to about 45,000 patients living in rural, under serviced communities

Educate local populations on disease prevention and treatment 

For example, we have initiated fluoride varnishing and oral health education programs, with over 10,000 children treated to date

Train local healthcare practitioners via mentorship, lectures, and year-round virtual learning

We have provided on-the-job training to ~700 providers and launched specialized programs such as point of care diagnosis and treatment of cervical cancer, a disease that has a 20.5% prevalence among East African women (read more in Journal of Global Oncology)

Research to identify and inform sustainable, cost effective, long-term solutions 

For example, our research showed a sixfold increase in antenatal care visits when women are exposed to radio advertisement of ultrasound imaging -- the chance to see their unborn child (read more in PLOS One and The New York Times

All programs are designed and implemented in East Africa in collaboration with local partner organizations. 
See an Outreach Team in Action at BTH's Kabale, Uganda Program Site

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