Our Partners

In addition to our Flagship Partner, The Boys & Girls Club of East Scarborough; we have organically grown NavaCup to now include: The Albion Boys & Girls Club, Peel Region Boys & Girls Club and the University of Toronto – IMANI Program at Scarborough Campus!


The Boys & Girls Club of East Scarborough is a safe, accessible, well known place where East Scarborough children and youth, from birth to 19, and their caregivers, from all cultural and economic backgrounds, can come to participate in well funded and powerfully staffed social, recreational and educational programs that are intentionally designed to enhance their growth, personal development and potential as contributing members of society.

Many of the youth that come through the doors of the Boys & Girls Club have no access to a computer within their home. They benefit directly from the computer lab within the club, however to level the playing field with their peers, many of these students require a computer at home to prepare homework and assignments, conduct research, or have a sense of belonging within the connected community.

Partnering with The Boys & Girls Club of East Scarborough, NavaCup raises funds to donate computers annually to the club. Students are asked to submit papers on a variety of subjects. Based on the review panel’s assessment of the applicant’s work, their need, and the number of computers available a list of recipients is chosen. It is the goal of NavaCup to make sure that the number of netbooks we donate annually allows the list of recipients to grow as well.


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Albion Boys and Girls Club offers programs and services for children and youth ages 6-21 to reach their full potential and well-being in a safe and nurturing environment. Albion BGC offers various social, recreational, educational and creative programs and activities such as – breakfast clubs; after school clubs; computer clubs, city-wide inter Boys and Girls Clubs special events; literacy; creative arts and dance; sports leagues; parent support and education; leadership training; summer employment, scholarship access, community development; violence prevention; mentorship building. Our mission is to provide a safe and supportive place where children and youth can experience new opportunities, overcome barriers, build positive relationships and develop confidence and skills for life. Albion Boys and Girls Club have a positive life changing impact on children and youth. All the programs nurture confidence in children and youth, provide opportunities to develop and practice leadership skills, participate in civil society and empower them to support and influence the community.





The IMANI Mentorship Program was created to support the personal and academic goals of Scarborough high school and middle school students, with a focus on youth within the Black community. Through this program, students experience various aspects of post-secondary life, develop relationships with university students, faculty and staff and acquire valuable resources that positively impact their development and growth. The program is committed to helping each student realize their full potential.
Participants are encouraged to expand their leadership and interpersonal skills, achieve academic success, and develop the confidence to pursue higher education opportunities.




Changing lives of young people since 1983, the Boys and Girls Club of Peel is a not-for-profit, charitable organization that engages at-risk children, youth and families from low-income communities. They provide a safe place for these individuals to participate in impactful, fun activities that support the development of confidence, learning and positive relationships.  Their mission is to provide a safe, supportive place where children and youth can experience new opportunities, overcome barriers, build positive relationships and develop confidence and skills for life.  The Boys and Girls Club of Peel utilizes a respectful, inclusive and engaging approach to serving the community. They strengthen their participants’ well-being, build their capacity to learn and develop future community leaders.

  • Over 1,200 children and youth are served in the after-school and summer programs
  • Youth participants, both current and former, represent over 70% of the agency’s employee base and over 90% of volunteers
  • Over 26 post-secondary scholarships over a six-year period were awarded to Peel youth from the Boys and Girls Club of Canada