Better Recreational Sports for a Stronger Community
Founded in 2004, Extreme Toronto Sports Club is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to raising the quality of recreational sports while helping our community and providing those less privileged with unencumbered access to sports.
Making sports accessible, fun and safe for players of any age or skill level
Organized sports are a great way to bring like-minded people together to have tons of fun while also getting some great exercise. While most of us are fortunate enough to be able to play the sports we love, many still are not. That's why our goal is to spread the positive power of sports, enabling people of all ages and backgrounds to get out and play their favorite sport.
Our contributions to the Toronto sports community
We believe that organized sports provide the perfect outlet for youth and young adults to level the playing field, erode social classes and give kids and adults alike a dream of a better tomorrow.
From organizing charity tournaments to free pick up games to donating sports equipment or cash to worthy community causes, we do our bit to help those in need whether they're kids, adults or animals.
Current Extreme Toronto Sports Club community initiatives include:
XTSC Youth Soccer Club provides the Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada up to 200 complimentary Kids registrations every summer, thus helping to make sure that those less privileged have unencumbered access to sports.
XTSC organizes 4 - 5 Charity Soccer Tournaments every year, each dedicated to one of our Charity partners. All net profits from these tournaments are donated directly to the charity.
At the end of each year, XTSC donates a significant portion of any profits to our various charity partners.
Current Extreme Toronto Sports Club charity partners include:
Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada
For more than 100 years, Boys and Girls Clubs in communities across Canada have been helping young people to discover, develop and achieve their best potential as they grow to become Canada's future adults, citizens and leaders, by engaging them in activities that challenge and help them develop healthy minds and bodies.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada (BGCC) is a leading provider of quality after school and out-of-school programs to children and youth that support the healthy physical, educational and social development of more than 200,000 young people and their families in Canada each year.
We are one of the largest youth-serving agencies in Canada. Our association of over 98 Clubs located in 650 community service locations across Canada are in neighbourhoods where they are most needed including, large city centres, remote rural communities and First Nations Reserves.
Nearly three million young Canadians have played, learned and developed essential life skills through our safe, caring Club environments and enriching programs. Each Club location has trained, dedicated staff and volunteers. They provide children and youth, from pre-school to young adulthood, with programs in physical recreation, nutrition, technology, the arts, personal development and more. Many Clubs provide meals, family support programs, emergency shelter and other supports to children, youth and families in need. Club fees are affordable and are subsidized or waived for families in need. Clubs are open to all regardless of race, religion, social or economic status. Wherever possible Clubs offer accessible buildings for those who are disabled.
Club staff also builds self-esteem in kids by empowering youth to help shape programs and share their ideas. Through these opportunities, youth are given the chance to develop life and leadership skills and to learn how to contribute to Clubs and their communities.
For more information, please visit bgccan.com
Canadian Cancer Society
Help us make an impact in the fight against cancer by supporting the Canadian Cancer Society. Donate your loyalty points to the Canadian Cancer Society and XTSC will match your donation.
When you support the Canadian Cancer Society you help fund life-saving research into all types of cancer and provide programs and services to people living with cancer and their families. Thanks to our dedicated supporters, we continue to have more impact, against more cancers, in more communities, than any other cancer charity in Canada.
PAWS was established in 1972 by a group of animal lovers who wanted to assist animals in need.
We proudly enforce a strict no-kill policy, while providing a unique free-roam shelter where homeless, abandoned and abused animals are given safe haven - indefinitely. We offer exceptional care to the animals in our charge that is second to none.
PAWS is the only rescue, of which we are aware, that routinely tests our cats for FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus a.k.a Feline Aids), FeLV (Feline Leukemia) and FIP (Feline Infectious Peritonitis), illnesses which can be life-threatening to other cats. Because we do not want our adopters to endanger their own animal companions we incur this extra expense and effort. If any of our rescues are diagnosed with one of these diseases, we DO NOT euthanize. We arrange suitable housing on an individual basis. Most often, these cats live full, healthy, normal lives.
PAWS has never considered any animal 'unadoptable' and we DO NOT give up on those with special needs. We have many wonderful success stories to prove it. PAWS spares no expense to save a life as the special souls who come to us are all individuals. We trust you will enjoy touring our website and learning how PAWS has been going above and beyond for over 35 years.
As a registered charity we receive no government funding but rely solely on donations from individuals and organizations.
For more information, please visit pawscanada.org
The Kidney Foundation of Canada
1 in 10 Canadians has kidney disease. Millions more are at risk and may not know it because the signs and symptoms often go unnoticed until lifesaving dialysis treatment or a transplant is required.
Thanks to our supporters, for more than 50 years, The Kidney Foundation of Canada has invested more than $120 million in research, developed programs like the Kidney Community Kitchen and Kidney Connect Peer Support to help patients, and has provided each newly-diagnosed patient with a Living with Kidney Disease Manual, free of charge. Our work to raise awareness and identify those at risk is supported through our targeted screening clinics, SeeKD.
By supporting The Kidney Foundation of Canada, you can help us to deliver programs and services which meet the needs of patients and their families who are affected by kidney disease.
For more information, please visit kidney.ca
We are always open to work together with other charities that have a low administrative overhead and are committed to helping the community.
To learn more, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org