Pass & Dribble Summer Camp

• A week-long physical fitness and soccer skills development
• Daily practice both on a professional turf field and indoor gymnasium
• Age and Skills alignment (Under 8, 10, 12, and 14)
• Led by Toronto Soccer Association (TSA) certified coaches
• Camp gear: T-Shirt, and Soccer ball

Camp Dates

July 10th – 14th: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
July 17th – 21st: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
July 24th – 28th: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
August 7th – 11th: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
August 14th – 18th: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM


Westhumber Collegiate Institute
• 1675 Martin Grove Rd. Toronto, ON M9V 3S3


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• 235 Dixon Road Suite #101, Toronto, ON M9P 2M5

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GhanaFest – Toronto

GhanaFest is annually celebrated and held around the world in notable cities such as GhanaFest Chicago, New York, and London. The Ghanaian Festival of Arts & Culture has come to symbolize the unity of the community in appreciation of the beautiful culture of the Ghanaian people across Canada and comes as an avenue to showcase businesses and talents in engaging as one interactive celebration.

Ghanaians come from six main ethnic groups: the Akan (Ashanti and Fanti), the Ewe, the Ga-Adangbe, the Mole-Dagbani, the Guan, and the Gurma. The festival will include performances from various ethnic groups. The performances will consist of music, dance, spoken word, drumming, and traditional engagements. The festival will also be graced with Ghanaian symbolic Chiefs, Queen mothers, Princes and Princesses of the chief’s courts in Canada adorned in the most beautiful Ghanaian traditional fabrics, gold ornaments, and other paraphernalia shall take center stage during the celebrations. The festival will be the place where the community comes together under one roof to enjoy the rich culture, food, music, art, and traditions of the Ghanaian people in Canada. The festival IS FREE FOR THE GENERAL Public. 

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TAIBU Community Health Centre (CHC)

TAIBU is a Kiswahili word for “Be in Good Health“.

Where systemic racism prevents marginalized populations from accessing necessary healthcare, community health centres are designed to meet the needs of marginalized populations.

TAIBU Community Health Centre offers Black-identifying clients from throughout the Greater Toronto Area access to primary care, health promotion and disease prevention programs in a culturally affirming environment.



27 Tapscot Rd. Scarborough #1 Ontario M1B 4Y7


• Lead Person: Celeste Richards


Broad African Resource Centre

The Broad African Resource Centre, is a non-profit organization.

BARC is hosting an education awareness workshop for young women of colour living in the GTA, with the hope of providing the young women with opportunities of peer mentorship after the workshop. The event will host a dialogue for young women regarding issues that affect their educational opportunities and, more specifically, issues that relate to and affect young women of colour in our quest for academic achievement. Our approach is to use this event as an opportunity to broaden the connections that girls in our community have with undergraduate and graduate students.



2887 Jane St, North York, Ontario M3N 2J5


• Lead Person: Esther Simon -ED


Abode Community Service Centre

Abode Community Service Centre (ACSC) was founded in 2017. This came about when there were inadequate culturally sensitive services available to the culturally diverse population in Toronto’s Urban demographic areas. Not long after, it became overwhelmingly clear that there is a huge gap between the marginalized groups of these demographic areas, access to basic life essentials such as food, health promotion and social connectedness. This population was found to be grossly disempowered.

ACSC service these priority neighbourhoods.

Our targeted groups include seniors, families, single parents, children, and youths. Our services include food procurement and delivery to seniors, families, social connectedness, health promotion and mental health support services.



415 Oakdale Rd. Unit 201. North York, Ontario M3N 1W7


• Lead Person: Gloria Akposher and Therma Adelekum


Heritage Skills Development Centre is a non-profit organization that was established in 1993. It was founded by a group of women who observed a gap in the integration services available to new- immigrants, refugees and minorities in the Greater Toronto Area. Our mission is to promote the health, social, cultural and economic sufficiency of marginalized, at-risk, newcomer’s individuals, including: youth, women, seniors and their families. HSDC continues to assist individuals and families in building stronger foundations through integrative and empowerment programs and services.


Phone Number: (416) 345-1613

Fax Number: (416) 694-8736

Contact Email:

Address: 400 McCowan Road Scarborough, M1J 1J5 (Ground Floor)

• Lead Person: Charity Lebeanya -ED

The Mozambican Community Centre an organization to help the African community and others to overcome poverty and integrate in the Canadian society.

A community can make a difference if the same vision and goals are shared among their members, specially help those in need.

Founded in September 1992

• Lead Person: Ignacio Natividade-ED

Eritrean Canadian Community Centre is open to all * focus on Eritrean or east African community immigrants and newcomers, including refugees, seniors and youth.

Settlement and Integration Services — information and referral

• Lead Person: Petros Teklu

The Arab Community Centre of Toronto (ACCT)

is a non-for-profit organization with charitable status, and is non-political and non-sectarian. The ACCT is proud to be a focal point for all Arab and non-Arab communities in which they can find an outlet for settlement and social services.


ACCT Dima Amed -ED

– Dima Amed, ED


Who You Are as an Organization?

We are a non-for-profit, non-political and non-sectarian organization with charitable status. The ACCT is proud to be a focal point for all Arab and non-Arab communities to find an outlet for settlement and social services.

In the early years following its inception, as its name suggests, it served Arab Canadians in our community. Being the non-sectarian organization that it is, ACCT has expanded its services to those of all heritage, religious and ethnic backgrounds over the years to reflect the growing diversity among our newcomers.

As a not-for-profit organization, ACCT strives for equity and inclusivity in its delivery of settlement and social services for newcomers through socially-just means. It also provides employment services, support groups, information sessions, translation, interpretation, transportation, and various classes, among many others, to empower immigrants to become self-sufficient, productive, and contributing members of society. This support continues even after the individuals they serve become Canadian citizens, which reinforces their strong commitment to accountability.

To support newcomers in obtaining citizenship and integrating into Canadian society, ACCT provides citizenship test preparation classes on an ongoing weekly basis, as well as classes to help individuals improve their English proficiency

Due to the growing needs of vibrant communities for settlement and social services, ACCT expanded its outreach and services in the past two years to include more than 10,718 newcomers of all ethnic and religious backgrounds (47.5% of whom are females).


When were you established?

The Arab Community Centre of Toronto (ACCT) was established in 1972 and became a non-for-profit organization in 1974.


Mission and Vision?

We envision a healthy, equitable, inclusive, and welcoming society that works together to engage with and integrate newcomers and other community members into the Canadian lifestyle. Our mission is to empower individuals, families, and communities to lead informed, productive lives. As a non-profit model of excellence, we honour our Arab Canadian heritage through community building and service to those in need of every heritage.


The Members of Your Organization and The Community You Serve.

ACCT is a very diverse community within itself. We have various geographic and ethnicities and a well-balanced gender equality team. We keep utterly transparent team ethics and support each other with our ability to wear multiple hats simultaneously. The ACCT’s team reflects the community we serve, thus allowing us to serve large, diverse cultures/ communities.


Programs and Services.

The ACCT is proud to assist newcomers (families and individuals) in their settlement and integration journey into their new life in Canada. Every year, we work on forecasting their needs and come up with a number of programs that is wholesome from targeting their basics needs of settlement, building skills such as digital literacy, raising awareness of mental health and wellbeing, and developing skills and knowledge on the Canadian job market, how to find a job and build their professional profile. In addition, some of the other programs the ACCT runs:



Focuses on building and growing Youths’ leadership and art-Made by Me YOUmation



Empowering women and building Amal Project Josoor Project Windows to the Soul



Aim to bring together the newcomers with long-time Canadian and build new friendships. In addition, the ACCT is proud to collaborate with several community partners.


These partnerships we make are founded on our shared values and responsibilities.


• Lead Person: Dima Amed – ED

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