Camp St. Sophie - Montreal
The children's summer camp is located in the town of Chertsey, approximately 70 kms from Montreal. The camp is more than 50 years old and is located in an area surrounded by magnificent pine forests and water.
The camp committee is continually improving its camp facilities. Much effort has been put in with the support of parishioners who volunteer time and skills, as well as organizations that continually assist with their donations.
The mission is to provide children in Canada, Ukraine and other parts of Europe to relax in nature to talk to them in a familiar environment, extend the circle of acquaintances and make new friends.
The camp leaders speak Ukrainian, French, English and other languages. Volunteers provide campers with delicious home-made and healthy food.
The camp is a non-profit organization. It functions through donations, volunteers and camp fees which cover only about half of the costs. Please help SUS Foundation of Canada to continue supporting Camp St. Sophie with your donations.
Camp Trident/Crystal Lake - Saskatchewan
Camp Kolomayka - Abbotsford, B.C.
Located in the Lower Mainland, Camp Kolomayka, it is within easy driving distance of most major urban areas of British Columbia. For over seven years Camp Kolomayka has welcomed children from ages 7 to 15 for a two weeks every summer to learn, enjoy and experience Ukrainian culture.
During the two week period children are given Ukrainian language classes and then encouraged to speak Ukrainian through out their stay. Classes are also given in Ukrainian history, music, dance, arts and crafts. Camp Kolomayka provides a rich and rewarding experience to all campers showing the children the richness of their heritage and creating life long friendships.
St. Andrew's College - Mini College
Pokrova Children's Ukrainian Arts Camp offers an integrated bilingual (Ukrainian/English) experience in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, for children aged 6-12 years.
Since 2004, over 200 children from across North America and Europe have played & learned at Pokrova.
Knowledge of the Ukrainian culture or language is not a prerequisite.
Using a project-based teaching approach, we integrate visual, performing and folk arts delivered by professional and semi-professional artists who create original content.
A public exhibition and concert is held to showcase the work and performances of the children.
Ukraine's Ambassador to Canada is Pokrova Camp's Honourary Patron.
CYMK – is an organization for Ukrainian Orthodox Youth in Canada. CYMK’s mandates are faith, language, culture and friendship.
Founded in 1931, CYMK allows youth to learn about and experience everything our Ukrainian culture and Orthodox faith have to offer. CYMK branches can be found in many Ukrainian Orthodox parishes across Canada.
CYMKivtsi cherish their heritage and are proud of their roots. They have a deep respect for the church and their Orthodox faith. CYMK is a place to socialize, make new friends, and build bonds that will last a lifetime. Parents play a vital role in CYMK, providing guidance and support through their commitment. CYMK is a vital part of our parish family.