AVENUE SPORTS proudly supports both local causes and global initiatives.


Our charity was founded in 2008 by Lisette Kingo after a visit to the Complex Care unit at Parkwood Hospital. Many patients spend decades in Complex Care units in hospitals and will never go home again; accident victims, MS, ALS patients and others who have been left without tools and the finances to fend for themselves and have been abandoned by their families and society. Hospital foundations are wonderful however they have such a large need to fill that the social agenda and Complex Care units are often left to the last.


Since 2017, Capes for Kids has raised over $2,450,000 for research, education, and care at Holland Bloorview. To date, thousands have joined forces with us by assembling teams, fundraising and wearing capes around the city. With your help, we can make a meaningful difference for kids and youth with disabilities.


We work to ensure that no kid is ever left watching from the sidelines. The reality is that cost keeps 1 in 3 Canadian kids out of organized sport, especially kids from marginalized or remote communities. That’s where KidSport comes in. Through a confidential application process, we provide grants of between $250 – $500 to help cover sport registration and equipment costs so that all kids aged 18 and under can play a season of sport.

Because the KidSport program starts at a local, Provincial or Territorial chapter, your support directly shapes sport in your community. Each chapter raises funds, accepts applications, and distributes grants to kids in its own community.


Food insecurity is a major problem in Canada. Food banks, which are being frequented at record rates, are being challenged with consistently providing Needy Canadians with low cost, non parishable food alternatives. Peanut Butter, a low cost, nutrient dense superfood, is dissapearing from shelves faster than food donation initiatives can replenish them. The goal of the RCPBD is to help Canadians help Canadians, by providing a medium to help get PB to the people that need it. Donation boxes will be distributed through the greater Toronto Area between November 1-30, with “The Peanut Butter Finale” taking place on November 30th at Redline Athletics (1081 Britannia Road East, Mississauga, Ont)

Hockey Equality

Our mission is to create diversity at all levels of the game of hockey. We achieve this by lowering financial barriers for equity deserving BIPOC and female youth, creating representative environments in our programs, and advocation and re-education in the minor hockey community.

Sea Side Hockey

As a registered non-profit organization, Seaside seeks to provide opportunities for youth in the GTA to receive quality instruction, professional coaching, and gain life skills in a leading-edge hockey based mentorship program.

Our purpose is to provide assistance to visible minority youths in the GTA community to play hockey by removing financial barriers.

Seaside Minor Hockey Association encourages a diversity of youths to play hockey. Seaside Hockey is a Scarborough-based GTHL hockey association.


After moving back home to Canada from the States, I realized I wanted to take the NCAA route and continue my hockey career in college. I met Errol from Avenue Sports through a mutual friend, and It’s been a great experience. He has opened many doors at the Junior A level, and mentored me during the recruiting process and with my hockey progression. Very happy with my choice!

Milton MenaceOJHL

I recently signed with avenue sports and I have received so many new opportunities and support. My advisor Paige Dixon has done an incredible job of helping me as a player achieve my personal goals and ambitions! She has continuously day in and out done an amazing job of contacting and creating connections to division one schools that I am interested in to give me more options when deciding where I wish to further my hockey and education. She is an amazing person, advisor and coach and I wouldn’t want anyone else to be my advisor. She has provided me with new connections, coaches and training which have already had such a great impact on my development as a player. She is very hard working and a huge inspiration to me.

Mississauga HurricanesPWHL

Tyler’s specific training is filled with many different skills that every hockey player needs to work on. Before skating with Ty, my hockey IQ wasn’t nearly as good as it is now, as well as my explosiveness, my edge work, my stick handling, my overall ability to know where people are when I have the puck on my stick etc. Ty’s training has really helped me ramp up my overall game physically and mentally.

Windsor SpitfiresOHL

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