MAEGHAN: Throughout my undergraduate degree I was involved in multiple different programs dedicated to inclusive sport and physical activity. I became immersed in the field and decided to pursue graduate studies in the field of child health, motor development and physical activity at the University of Toronto. I am surrounded everyday by the research showing how beneficial physical activity and sport is for the physical and psychosocial development of children. At the same time I see how children with disabilities are often not provided with the same opportunities to be physically active compared to their peers. Given this, I wanted to start an advocacy group on campus to bring the research to light and to make U of T and the broader GTA a more inclusive place. I reached out to Tara, whom I had been following on Instagram for many years, and explained to her my vision. Together we decided that it would be a good fit to start a chapter of Happy Soul Project at U of T. HSP-UofT started with myself (President) and Matthew Renaud (Vice-President). After the formation of the club and going through the logistical processes we got to work on forming the HSP-UofT executive team. It didn’t take long to establish an amazing, passionate team of eight executive members that all come from a background of kinesiology and/or sport and recreation. The UofT chapter works under the mission statement of Happy Soul Project which is to advocate for the beauty in differences and to promote the importance of inclusion. What makes the UofT chapter unique is its focus on inclusive physical activity and sport opportunities for children and youth.