DONATE TODAY TO SUPPORT SQUASH IN ONTARIO


Squash Ontario's mission is to facilitate the development of existing and potential players, from beginner to elite. We want to offer more opportunities for everyone to try the sport as well as provide more quality training for Ontario athletes who will perform on National and International stages. If you are involved in the squash community in Ontario, you know about the physical, social and overall well being benefits of the sport. Please help us to grow this sport by encouraging people of all ages and abilities to pick up a racquet.  There is a place for everyone in squash.

Donations may be directed to two very important programs – The Lee Hanebury Junior Squash Fund and The Ontario Squash Hall of Fame. See below for fund descriptions. 

 

Donation Process

As of December 1st, 2016, Squash Ontario is grateful to be able to accept charitable donations through their partnership with the National Sport Trust Fund. Donors who pay with credit card or paypal accounts will be issued charitable tax receipts by email after completing the online form in the "Donate Now" link. Donations can also be made by cheque payable to NSTF-Ontario and mailed to:

NSTF - Ontario                                                                                                                                                 Canadian Council of Provincial & Territorial Sport Federations Inc. 
National Sport Trust Fund–Ontario
100 Sunrise Avenue, Unit #101
Toronto, ON M4A 1B3

Charitable tax receipts for cheque donations will be emailed once both the online donation form and cheque have been received. 


Lee Hanebury Junior Squash Fund

The Lee Hanebury Junior Squash Fund acts as an umbrella that contributes to all aspects of Junior Squash Development in Ontario. Funds raised will support Team Ontario at the 2019 Canada Winter Games, provide more training opportunities for development squads, allow for better competitive opportunities for athletes, and assist with community outreach initiatives. 

*When filling out the donation page, please select the following from the drop-down menus:

Organizations Name - Squash Ontario
Project Name - Lee Hanebury Junior Squash Fund
Project Number - 59

Ontario Squash Hall of Fame

The Ontario Squash Hall of Fame was created in 2005 to promote a greater awareness of the history of squash in Ontario by recognizing individuals for their outstanding achievements and exceptional contributions to the sport, and to preserve the heritage of the game. Every sport should have a home for heroes – the individuals who over the years were responsible for the growth and development of the game.  We guarantee our future when we honour our past.

*When filling out the donation page, please select the following from the drop-down menus:

Organizations Name - Squash Ontario
Project Name - Ontario Squash Hall of Fame
Project Number - 60

visit the HALL OF FAME WEBSITE – Click Here 


Your gift to squash will grow this sport through:

 

 Supporting the training, travel, and competition of 8 players and 2 coaches.

Supporting the training, travel, and competition of 8 players and 2 coaches.

team ontario

 Identifying junior athletes who demonstrate potential to play at a high level and facilitating their development.

Identifying junior athletes who demonstrate potential to play at a high level and facilitating their development.

Talent Identification

 Designated Regional Training Centres will be supported by Squash Ontario for Junior Athlete Development and other initiatives.

Designated Regional Training Centres will be supported by Squash Ontario for Junior Athlete Development and other initiatives.

Regional Development

 Equipment and coaching is provided to schools who deliver squash programs.

Equipment and coaching is provided to schools who deliver squash programs.

 

School Programs

 Facilities are encouraged to host outreach events to increase the number of participants exposed to the sport.

Facilities are encouraged to host outreach events to increase the number of participants exposed to the sport.

 

Community outreach

 Annual awards such as the Jim Mason Fair Play Award, William Bannerman Spirit of the Game Award, and the Rob Brooks Scholarship Fund celebrate respect, commitment and success from athletes.

Annual awards such as the Jim Mason Fair Play Award, William Bannerman Spirit of the Game Award, and the Rob Brooks Scholarship Fund celebrate respect, commitment and success from athletes.

 

Athlete Bursaries

 

 Coaches are given bursaries to travel with athletes to attend competitions outside of their region.

Coaches are given bursaries to travel with athletes to attend competitions outside of their region.

coach & Team Travel

 Hall of Fame 'HOF' members are inducted semi-annually and will always be celebrated at the HOF White Oaks location and online through ontariosquashhalloffame.com.

Hall of Fame 'HOF' members are inducted semi-annually and will always be celebrated at the HOF White Oaks location and online through ontariosquashhalloffame.com.

Preserving legacy

 

Thank you for your support to help grow squash in ontario