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(NEW PICTURES ARE NOW POSTED: https://www.bnaibrith.ca/softball-tournament-2022/)


Dear Participants, Sponsors and Organizers of Mark Dulberg's Day of Dingers,


A month has elapsed since June 26, 2022, when we commemorated our dear friend and long-time B'nai Brith Canada member, Mark Dulberg, with a day of tribute we called Mark Dulberg's Day of Dingers. 


What a memorable day it was for family, friends and the community as a whole!  And, as the Director of Sports for B'nai Brith Canada, it was a day I personally will never forget.  We pulled the community together to celebrate the life of Mark. We had individuals making friends with new teammates, little children watching their parents play ball while enjoying a hot dog or two. Kids playing in a jumpy castle and riding an oh-so-fun little train throughout Irving W. Chapley Park.


The success of this day would not have been made possible without the support of our many sponsors and the dedication and collaboration of the MD FUND. Mark's friends are second to none!


On behalf of B'nai Brith, I would like to thank the following dedicated members:  Richard Behrman, Jordan Elias, Aaron Schacter, Justin Mayers, Daniel Kaplan, Brian Gordon, Avi Yurman and Adam Bartman.


One of our outstanding B'nai Brith volunteers has summed up the day in this eloquent report, which I would like to share with you in the next four paragraphs:


Volunteering at the Mark Dulberg Day of Dingers was a day I will carry with me for the rest of my life. I was greeted at 8 o'clock in the morning by the smiling group of friends who arranged this day in Mark's honour. The smile on everyone's faces did not fade the entire day. Through the rain and the heat, you could feel nothing but love from players, volunteers, and attendees.


Families were able to gather outside and watch the softball games, enjoy music, treats, and a train that drove through the park. Families who didn't know each other prior were able to sit and bond over their memories of Mark or to share their happiness over a fun day in the park. Kids were thrilled with all of the activities available, while still watching family and friends participate in the tournament.


While I didn't know Mark personally, it was easy to feel how loved he was. The event was born out of love from his friends, and over 300 people gathered to share and enjoy memories of him. When speaking with Mark's mom, I mentioned the weather for the day was calling for rain. She said that it won't, as Mark won't let it. And sure enough, the rain held out for nearly the entire day, except for five or so minutes as a way to cool down the softball players.


Attending the tournament was an honour and participating as a volunteer was a pleasure. I wish all events I attend moving forward will share the same love and friendship as felt at the Mark Dulberg Day of Dingers.


Sarah Kerzner

Intern Marketing Coordinator


Please feel free to review and download the stunning pictures that captured the day's events. https://www.bnaibrith.ca/softball-tournament-2022/

by posted 11/23/2022
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by posted 10/21/2022
You are Invited to Mark Dulbergs Day of Dingers


Hello Members,

In December 2021, B'nai Brith lost a friend, a team mate and a  brother. Mark Dulberg was an active member of the Toronto Jewish community and was especially active in the B'nai Brith softball leagues, where , following in his father and uncle's footsteps, he became a stalwart.


Mark's tragic passing has left a gaping hole in the lives of those who knew him of course, none more so than his loving family.  We have decided to honour Mark by bringing the community together for an afternoon of softball, food, and fun in the sun called Mark Dulberg's Day of Dingers.  Please support this worthy event in Mark's memory.

May Mark's memory be a blessing


BBSC is looking for teams and individuals to register for this tournament. Our goal per team is to the raise a min. of $1800. Each team will be made up of 12+ players. Minimum of 2 women per team. This is an open tournament and you are not required to be a member of B'nai Brith to participate. In order to achieve this goal, each team member must do their part in raising funds. Once registered, you will be provided an email package detailing your participation in the event. You will be able to share this email with friends and family on how they can help support a worthy cause. 

If you are looking to register a full or partial team directly, please contact If your company would like to provide corporate sponsorship, please see the link below.


Sunday June 26, 2022, 9:00am to 5:30pm
Irving W. Chapley Park, 205 Wilmington Ave.

(Wilmington Ave @ Overbrook Pl ) MAP

Activities Include:

  • Softball Tournament
  • Kids Zone including a jumping castle
  • Basketball free-throws for kids
  • Fabulous prizes
  • Food Trucks

To register to play: REGISTER TO PLAY

Corporate Link:      Sponsorship Package

Mark Dulberg's Day of Dingersclick here.

by posted 04/28/2022
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