Recreational Community Outreach

As a sporting hub in the eastern GTA, we recognize the value that physical activity brings to individual and communal health. Healthy communities that play together, stay together.

Camp U of T

Camp U of T Scarborough is a summer day camp for children ages 6-12 years and offers campers the option of either tennis or recreational programming in the mornings, followed by a mini-University experience in the afternoons

East Scarborough Multi-Sport Collaborative

A collective of organizations aiming to build life skills, resiliency and community through sport/recreation/play.

HOPPS (Rouge Valley Health System)

In partnership with Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre, the program supports families make lifestyle changes to promote healthy living

Jays Care Rookie League

The Blue Jays Baseball Academy Rookie League uses the game of baseball as a foundation to teach the importance of teamwork, discipline, respect, responsibility and self-confidence. Rookie League is a year-round program that is offered at no cost to participants and their families.

KGO Kicks Soccer Club

In collaboration with Eat Play Learn, children and youth are engaged in soccer games and practices with peers followed by a nutritious meal.

Lacrosse Day

In partnership with East Scarborough Storefront and Native Child and Family Services of Toronto to host programming in the Valley

Midnight Madness Basketball Program

An eight week basketball program for children/youth that focuses on leadership development, community building and healthy active living, managing and avoiding conflict and violence and financial literacy.

Playing for Keeps

In 2015, UTSC was a local hub  supporting community volunteers to lead and participate in local neighburhoods through play.

Run for Fun

Collaborative 5KM fundraiser to support sports and recreational programs for children and youth in the Kingston -Galloway/Orton Park(KGO) and Mornelle Court communities

Skills 4U

Collaborative eight week learn to play soccer program for children/youth.