PROFILE: The Education Academy

     The Education Academy is a French summer day camp offered for children between the ages of 5-14. The organization was founded in 2008 by a parent committee to focus on character development in students as they strive to meet their educational needs. This camp operates at St. Aidan Catholic School, at 3521 Finch Avenue East, just east of... Continue Reading →

PROFILE: United Youth of Canada

United Youth of Canada is an organization founded in 2008 by Andrea Tull and her husband. The main purpose of the camp is to "Reach, Teach and Empower our Youth." The camp runs various activities for the kids from sports, to arts, to even community service. The camp is located at St. Ignatius Catholic School, near McCowan... Continue Reading →

PROFILE: Monsignor Fraser Recognize for Real

Monsignor Fraser Recognize for Real offers two different programs that satisfy youths' passion and interests. They have a program for kids interested in music and basketball. Recognize for Real is offered to kids who want to pursue their creative intellects and physical talents. The program for musical fitness is offered for kids ages 4-9 and runs... Continue Reading →

PROFILE: St. Elizabeth Family Support Services

St. Elizabeth Family and Support Services unifies and empowers people towards self-reliance in the community and advocate social awareness in the form of workshops exploring various avenues to achieve life goals. In order to achieve these goals, they provided a camp for youths in the community. St. Elizabeth Family Support Services provides the materials they... Continue Reading →

PROFILE: Tropicana Community Services

Tropicana Community Services was founded about 35 years ago by Robert Brown who wanted to assist with the transition for those emigrating from the Caribbean. The company's name was formed from “tropi-” in Tropical and “-cana” from Canada, making the known name of Tropicana.  The camp's main goal is to promote multiculturalism. The staff strongly believes that learning about other cultures and backgrounds... Continue Reading →

PROFILE: Boys and Girls Club of West Scarborough

     The Boys and Girls Club of West Scarborough (BGCWS) has been the centre of the West Scarborough Community since 1956 when it was initiated by the Scarborough Civitan Service Club through community action. To this day, the Boys and Girls Club continues to provide support for the community. Their mission is "to provide a safe, supportive... Continue Reading →

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