In the Community - Royal City Soccer Club

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We love to reach out to our local Police Departments, Fire Stations, and other representatives within the communities we host our summer camps and invite them to visit our program. Many of our campers get to meet local firefighters, police officers and other community service professionals and learn more about the people who keep us safe. It’s not unusual for our campers to receive a tour of a Fire Rescue vehicle or have a Q & A period with their local police officer. Building strong relationships with our communities is something that we take great pride in.

Community Development is also very important to us. By employing local staff and using local facilities, we aim to help the local community thrive. We would like to take this opportunity to thank the many local community centers, swimming pools, churches and schools who work with us in facilitating our summer camp program.

To find out more information about Royal City around the world, our donation and financial assistance programs and how we promote girls in sport, please click on one of the links below.

RCSC Around the World

While our summer camps are only hosted in Canada, borders and boundaries are no match for our reach. Over the years, we’ve had the privilege to send soccer balls, shirts and gently used equipment to countries across 4 continents. When our staff and friends travel to various countries around the world, especially ones that do not have the same opportunities as us, we love to provide anything that can help children play, have fun, and stay active. A few of the countries we’ve provided donated equipment to include:

  • Belize
  • Dominican Republic
  • El Salvador
  • Tanzania
  • Nepal
  • Uganda
  • Cuba

At Royal City, we’re trying to bring the planet together one kick at a time!

Donations & Financial Assistance

We would like to thank our various supporters across the country! Thanks to their generosity, thousands of children get the opportunity to participate in our camps that may not otherwise have the chance. As a non-profit organization, Royal City Soccer Club strives to keep the cost of camp as low as possible to make available the opportunity for as many families to participate in our program as possible.


At Royal City Soccer Club, we believe that summer day camp experiences have a long-lasting impact on every camper who attends. We aim to build life skills such as leadership, confidence, problem solving and team building in our campers while promoting an active and healthy lifestyle. Donations to the Royal City Fund helps families that are in financial need to provide their children with an opportunity that will last a lifetime.


Royal City has a long history of generously supporting campers with financial need through strong relationships within local community organizations. We recognize that all children should have the opportunity to participate in summer camp. Each year, Royal City donates hundreds of weeks of camps to over 70 organizations across Canada including Children’s Aid Societies, Boys and Girls Clubs, Big Brothers/Big Sisters and many other family and children’s organizations. We also donate camp weeks to school fundraisers. While we do not provide donations directly to individual families, we do work with many organizations across the country that we’d be glad to put you in touch with.

Financial Assistance

As a non-profit organization, we aim to keep camp costs to a minimum to ensure that all children can attend. But wWe recognize some families may have some financial constraints preventing them from attending our camps. In addition to many others, here are two 2 organizations we’ve worked closely with to assist in creating as many opportunities for under-privileged children as we can.


KidSport Canada is a national not-for-profit organization that provides financial assistance for registration fees and equipment to kids aged 18 and under. Through a confidential application process, KidSport provides grants so children can play a season of sport. One of their primary goals is to support their network of 11 provincial/territorial chapters and 177 community chapters across Canada in their fundraising and sport activities. For more information on Kidsport in your province, click on the appropriate link below:

Canadian Tire Jumpstart

Canadian Tire Jumpstart is a charitable program that supports participation in organized sports and recreation to children in financial need to participate in organized sports and recreation. Funding is typically available for youth between the ages of 4 and 18. For more information please contact 1-877-616-6600 or click here:

Promoting Girls in Sport

We strongly believe in promoting girls in sport. Do you know that over 40% of Canadian girls between the ages of 3 and 17 are not active in sports? Most experts believe there is a confidence gap between boys and girls. Many psychologists believe that perseverance, failing and taking risks are part of a confidence building process. Some girls learn to avoid making mistakes or take risks whereas boys are rewarded for doing just that. Some of the other reasons why girls participate less than boys in some areas include:

Lack of access

In some communities, girls have fewer opportunities and fewer facilities to participate in sports than boys.

Social stigma

Despite some progress in recent years, discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity of female athletes may exist (whether perceived or real). Some girls experience bullying and other forms of abuse due to this social stigma.


Unfortunately, community and school budgets are being cut across the country contributing to fewer opportunities available at an affordable cost.

Lack of positive role models

Today’s youth are inundated with images of external beauty, not necessarily of strong female athletic role models. The perceived beauty and peer pressure to meet images of these role models can be difficult for girls, especially if it is not offset by strong encouragement and care.

Royal City Soccer Club is dedicated to encouraging and fostering the participation of girls in sport by trying to eliminate barriers including:

Creating a safe and welcoming place

We create an environment where girls feel comfortable, safe, valued, and encouraged to participate in all activities. It is important to us that girls have the same opportunities to learn life skills in the same way boys do.

Foster & support social aspects

A sporting or camp experience that encourages socializing, fun and creativity will influence the participation of girls in sport. We make sure our culture is not about winning or losing but enjoying the experience of participating.

Grassroots format

At Royal City, we don’t stress the need to be competitive. We understand some children will be more competitive than others and we don’t want to hinder that. However, for us, the most important thing is participation and continued learning in a safe and fun environment. There are certainly plenty of opportunities to learn higher levels of skills from our staff, however, our staff are able to create the proper engaging and encouraging atmospheres for all girls.

Encourage feedback

While we are very excited and proud of our program, we are always looking to receive feedback from our participants whether it’s instant feedback onsite after an activity was played, or through surveys online from parents and families. All comments and feedback about our program are taken seriously and reviewed constantly to ensure the best possible experience for our families.

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