Get ready to play the Compassion Games during the
Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service & 40 Days of Peace.
If you or an organization you belong to is hosting a compassionate activity anytime between January 15 – February 28, 2022 consider registering your event on our Compassion Games.
It’s Easy to Play –
- Complete the Agreement Form.
- Do your project.
Count # volunteers, # volunteer hours, # served, # dollars raised, if any. Tell us how the event made you feel and send a picture to show the world that we are a Compassionate Community.
Agreement form | Report form | For more information contact David Longacre.
2021 Compassion Games Results
Thank you to everyone who played! Check out our results on this interactive map.
September 11 – 21
History of the Games
The Compassion Games started when Compassionate Louisville declared itself the most compassionate city. Compassionate Seattle organizers declared, “Game On”! Cities began coopeteting to prove how they were the most compassionate. Now, every year between September 11th and the 21st (United Nations Peace Day), cities around the globe record and report the number of volunteers; number of volunteer hours; number of dollars collected, if any; and the number of people affected, if measurable.
Toledo has been participating since 2014 and our city has consistently ranked near the top in at least two categories.
How the Games Work
MFC catalogs compassionate activity already occurring in the region between the 11th and 21st of September each year. We encourage local organizations, businesses and individuals to register and report their numbers. MFC tallys and reports to Compassion Games International.
How Can I get involved? Glad you asked!
- Register for the Games here
- Come back and report your totals after your event
NW Ohio Compassion Games Results