Community Partners

The Cambridge Group of Clubs is a fully integrated wellness and hospitality company that manages, operates, owns acquires and redevelops health, fitness, and recreation environments which serve professionals in the business sector in select cities in North America. The Cambridge Group partnered in founding the program, provides operation costs and continually opens their doors to UST students. In addition Cambridge Group President & CEO Clive Caldwell and COO Dean Brown are founding UST board members.

NUSEA is the umbrella organization for 23 urban squash and education programs in the U.S and around the world that enrol year-round more than 2,000 elementary, middle, high school and college students. NUSEA helps to provide the framework and support for Urban Squash programs operations and helped establish Urban Squash Toronto in 2010.

Head is a Dutch sports equipment and clothing company. Head has provided UST with racquets, shoes and goggles at a charitable rate, giving UST students the opportunity to train and compete with high performance squash equipment. 

The Jesters Club of Ontario is a club of squash players and other sportsman. The club is dedicated in large part to the organization and promotion of squash throughout the world and the encouragement of the game at its most sporting best. The Jesters provide UST with funding for travel and participation in squash tournaments, events and training camps. A group of UST students received the 2017 Ontario Jesters Travelling Team Subsidy.

Oxford Leaning is an educational program and tutoring service that shows children how to effectively learn by providing learning skills for inside and outside the classroom. Our partnership with Oxford gives UST students access to oxford materials, learning concepts and our Academic Director is a trained Oxford Learning tutor.

York University is a public research university in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is Canada's third-largest university. York University has approximately 52,300 students, 7,000 faculty and staff, and 295,000 alumni worldwide. York is UST’s local university and we have formed a partnership with York University educationfor teachers college students to volunteer at our program. These volunteers help our students in the classroom, on the court and act as mentors for young minds. 

Domino’s Pizza is a pizza restaurant chain. Domino’s franchise owner Rishi Kakar has provided UST students with pizza, pasta and other food for events, tournaments and regular programming.

New Roads Automotive Group is a network of automotive dealerships in the York Region. New Roads, and its CEO Michael Croxon, has provided UST funding to enable our students to experience fields trips, tournaments and event outside of regular UST programming. 

Connect Asset Management works with clients to secure high yield investments in the pre-construction condominium market. Connect co-founder, Ryan Coyle, has provided UST with funding for our high performance team enabling our students to partake in Squash Ontario tournaments.