QSLA Spring Classic Tourney

On April 27, 2019 QSLA will host its 3rd annual Classic Tourney to raise funds for our sport-based educational programs. Register today to reserve your spot and help us take at-risk youth to the next level through education!

QSLA Spring Classic Co-Ed Tourney:

WHEN: Sat. April 27, 2019

WHERE: George Harvey CI

TEAM FEE: $325 early bird fee (Fees go up to $350 on April 15)

Winning team will receive a $300 cash prize!

We will have a kids zone at the second gym with fun games and refreshments.

See you on the court!

July 7, 2018 | Basketball Tournament for Rayvonte


Amount raised from the July 7, 2018 Waterfront CC tournament for Rayvonte’s wheelchair van

You can still continue helping with a donation to the GoFundMe campaign:

QSLA Fundraiser for Rayvonte

Many of you know the story of Rayvonte Ball. At 17 years young, he was a dedicated student and standout athlete, a captain on Central Tech and People’s Basketball teams. He was loved by those around him.  On March 25, 2017, Ray collapsed on the court during a basketball game due to an undiagnosed heart condition, Long QT syndrome. Over a year later, we are seeing signs of hope. Ray is lifting his legs and arms in response to his family and friends’ voices. His gaze follows basketball highlights, he is swallowing, blinking and gripping with his hands. All these wins in a relatively short period of time continues to fuel our desire to help him.

Rayvonte can’t live at home right now, but he can visit, and his mother is fully trained to take care of him. Stimulation and activity are key to Ray’s recovery and he has an incredible family support system that are willing to take him outside the walls of his current residence at Toronto Rehabilitation Hospital.

In order to assist in Ray’s recovery , a wheelchair accessible vehicle is required to take him safely to and from the hospital. A GoFundMe page has been created by his family & we ask all QSLA members to please donate. Any amount helps

Rayvonte’s story was featured in Toronto Star, Global news and CBC News.  Please take time to read it & SHARE it as much as you can.  This extraordinary young man is now wheelchair bound, unable to speak or see, and is living at a chronic care hospital.  His mom wants to bring him home on weekends – the original GoFundMe campaign provided funding to buy a bed, a hoyer lift and a wheelchair accessible ramp at her home.