Want to help the future of Canadian Squash? Become a Friend of Squash!
Squash Canada is a not-for-profit national sports association that relies on the generosity of funding partners, friends and fans to help foster its programs and national teams. With your support, Squash Canada can help increase participation, build awareness for the sport and provide programming to enrich our players’ experiences. Squash Canada is a Registered Canadian Amateur Athletic Association recognized by Canada Revenue Agency and thus are entitled to issue tax donation receipts for eligible donations.
Squash Canada is committed to growing all aspects for the game of squash.  Through 5 strategic directions for success:
  • “2019 Pan American Junior Squash Championships” — Squash Canada is playing host to these championships for the first time ever, giving Canada's top junior players a chance to shine with home court advantage and in front of family and supporters!  The event will be held at Mayfair Lakeshore in Toronto, on June 16-22, 2019.  Your donation will help in two key areas: (1) With upwards of 15 nations from North, Central and South America and the Caribbean competing in team, singles and doubles events, a $200,000 budget is required to uphold hosting obligations and the tradition of Canadian hosting excellence; and (2) Help offset the player-funded costs by Canada’s top 4 junior men and 4 junior women to participate in the 2019 Championship.  As a self-funded event, the travel, accommodation, food and training expenses are between $1,200 and $2,000 each, which can be a barrier to many players and families. Help Canada's best be there!
  • “Road to Podium” — Your support will allow our national team athletes to sustain and accelerate development and performance on the highest international stage. The required funding does not readily exist within many players’ means/support structure or Squash Canada. Donating to Squash Canada’s Road to Podium campaign will help support detailed and monitored athlete yearly training plans, training camps, training immersion stints, competitions, coaching, preparation camps, sport science and medical/para-medical support.
  • “Strategic Fund” — The long-term growth of squash is imperative to our organization’s success. Your support will help support strategic sport development programming, such as certifying coaches and officials, providing clear athlete pathways and competitive opportunities, developing schools programs, increasing participation, and promoting and marketing the sport.
  • “General Fund” — The General Fund exists for benefactors who may wish to support squash in Canada’s without having a preference as to specific causes, thus enabling Squash Canada to determine the most effective use of funds.
  • “Memorial/Recognition Fund” — The Memorial Fund was created in response to family requests to be able to direct donations in lieu of flowers to a sport that was meaningful to the life of a lost one, or to pay recognition tribute to someone being honoured, such as for an anniversary or award.  The memorial or recognition is customized for each individual.  For one example of a memorial fund, click here.
There are three ways in which to make a donation to Squash Canada:
  1. Make a Donation Online: You can give a gift to Squash Canada online. Simply fill out the PayPal form and indicate which area you would like to support in the description box.

    Pan American Junior Championships
    Road to Podium
    Strategic Fund
    General Fund
    Memorial/Recognition Fund


  2. By Phone: Squash Canada accepts Visa and MasterCard phone donations through our national office. Please contact Squash Canada at 613-228-7724.
  3. By Cheque: Please make your cheque payable to Squash Canada, and mail to the address below.
Donations of $25.00 or more will receive a charitable tax receipt.


We respect your privacy. All information collected will be kept strictly confidential. SQUASH CANADA does not share or release email addresses with other organizations.


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