Organization Profiles

PROFILE: United Youth of Canada

The United Youth of Canada summer camp was started in 2006. Founders Andrea Tull and her husband hoped to use creative means to provide kids with opportunities to learn and grow in a different, creative way. The camp offers a variety of arts and craft activities as well as sports and trips […]

PROFILE: Scarborough Basketball Association

  The Scarborough Basketball Association (SBA) was first established in 1996 to provide basketball for kids in Scarborough. The main focus of the SBA summer camps is to strengthen basketball fundamentals such as dribbling, passing, and shooting as well as developing a understanding of the game. SBA runs for six weeks […]

PROFILE: Community Use of Schools

The Community Use of Schools (CUS) or “The Permits Department” is one of many departments within the Toronto Catholic District School Board. The GOAL of the department is to provide usage of school facilities for the entire […]

PROFILE: Recruit Access Youth Sports

The Recruit Access Youth Sports (R.A.Y.S) summer camp is a non-profit organization that focuses on sports such as basketball and soccer, art activities like dance and acting, for boys and girls ages 5 to 16 years old. Jason Weatherup, the organization leader, started the R.A.Y.S camp from an after school […]

PROFILE: Acknowledge Positive Movements

Acknowledge Positive Movements (A.P.M.) was founded in 2009 by Nicole Allong. It focuses on giving kids opportunities to receive professional training in sports and the arts. The team at A.P.M. is passionate about offering high quality of training to campers in effort to open doors and provide a skill set to […]