4th program launched in Regent Park at Jarvis Collegiate with the support of MLSE Foundation.
5th program launched in Rexdale (North Etobicoke) with the support of The Calgary Foundation.
Developed partnership with Ryerson Rams Women’s Hockey Team as volunteer coaches for the Regent Park program.
Partnership established with Stub Hub Foundation
Third Toronto Program launched at Central Technical School
Olympic Gold Medalist & U of T head coach Vicky Sunohara & UAE Asst. Captain Fatima Al-Ali attend launch of Hockey 4 Youth season with students from Marc Garneau Collegiate Institute
Partnership established with University of Toronto Women's hockey team; Players volunteer as coaches at Central Technical School program
Established new programs sites at JFK High School in Saint-Michel and École la Dauversière in Ahuntsic Cartierville
Working with a total of 150 new Canadian and low income youth
Second Toronto program launched in Malvern area of Scarborough at Lester B. Pearson Collegiate Institute with support from the Government of Ontario through the Ontario Sport and Recreation Communities Fund
Partnership established with MLSE Foundation & Just Energy Foundation
Developed partnership with University of Toronto Scarborough Athletics. 8 student athlete from women's and men's hockey teams volunteer as coaches for Lester B. Pearson program
3 students from Marc Garneau Collegiate Institute (Aya, Srinidhi & Faustin) spoke about their Hockey 4 Youth experience at a luncheon attended by of NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman, NHLPA Executive Director Donald Fehr, Head of adidas Hockey Dan Near & Hockey 4 Youth Executive Director Moezine Hasham
Launched first Toronto program in Flemingdon Park/Thorncliffe Park at Marc Garneau Collegiate Institute
Introduced 29 female and male youth to hockey
4 youth minor hockey players volunteering as assistant coaches
80% of students identified as new Canadians from countries such as Slovakia, Pakistan, India and Tanzania
Reduction in programming from 2 schools to 1 due to teacher job action
Program continuing at JFK High School with 30 youth enrolled in the program
50% of participants in season one continued into season two
30 additional female and male youth were introduced to hockey
Each participant received equipment to use throughout the season at no cost
Introduced 60 girls and boys to hockey.
Provided equipment to each participant.
Created a partnership with the English Montréal School Board and the Commission Scolaire de Montréal
80% of our kids were new Canadians (either first generation or born outside Canada).
Launched 2 programs in Montréal in Ahuntsic-Cartierville and Saint-Michel
Provided coaching in both English and French.