Drive for Dreams Foundation

How Bay Street Hoops is Helping Drive for Dreams

March 13, 2017

  Photo via North Pole Hoops The Drive for Dreams Foundation is dedicated to helping youth improve their basketball skills, teach life lessons and the importance of education. Drive for Dreams primarily supports King Nation Basketball, a group which strives to create life-long opportunities for youth through basketball. The collective goal for the Drive for

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2017 BSH Beneficiaries

February 2, 2017

For the third year in a row, the Bay Street Hoops tournament is proud to support two amazing beneficiaries, KidSport Ontario and the Drive for Dreams Foundation . Both are playing an important role in allowing children and youth gain access to sport. Your involvement in the BSH tournament is directly benefiting these charities are we are extremely grateful for your support.

Top 10 Things to Know About Thursday Night at BSH

March 25, 2015

        We are so excited to kick-off the 21st annual Bay Street Hoops tournament. Here are some important things you need to know for Thursday night. 1.Player Guide Read the Player Information Guide.   Jersey Pick-Up Captains, pick-up your team jerseys 30 minutes before your first game on Thursday evening, beginning at

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Why I Play in the Tournament

February 10, 2015

        My name is Heidi Rumohr, and I cry at 30 second commercials. You know the ones…they involve kids trying to get a job to pay for their sports instead of playing with their friends. Man, they get me every time. The only thing worse for me, is seeing those kids in

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Why Bay Street Hoops Supports Sports

February 3, 2015

Bay Street Hoops supports KidSport Ontario & the Drive for Dreams foundation, both of which make sports accessible for children and youth in Toronto.

Playing sports allows children to develop physically and mentally. Children ages 6 to 17 need at least 1 hour of moderate-intensity physical activity every day. They also need to engage in vigorous-intensity physical activity 3 days each week, according to the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention.


Photos from Past Tournaments