08 Jun

Enes Kanter Visits Nile Academy

Enes Kanter visited Nile Academy in Toronto. Mentor Bridge and Infinity Development organized such a beautiful organization. The audience mostly consist of young people, who asked him lots of questions. We are very proud to have Enes Kanter in Toronto.

21 Feb

Mentorbridge Winter Camp

Mentor Bridge is delighted to announce that finally, we gathered and did a beautiful winter camp

with the efforts of our teams. We work with devotion and patience to achieve better in our activities and in our camps.

  • Evaluations, suggestions and criticisms of our parents, students, and mentors guiding us. We will make decisions by taking these into consideration in the programs we will carry out.
  • We held our camps in cottages.

We have made our program in 12 different homes.

  • Houses in different locations like Barrie, Hamilton, Niagara Falls, Zurich, Tiny.
  • In this way, our students have the opportunity to see different parts of Ontario.
  • Since the camp takes place in different places and houses, the activities also differ.

Table tennis, air hockey, table football, board game etc. offered.

Apart from this, there were also houses with hot tubs.

Lakeside walks, excursions around Niagara Falls too

The improvised theatre was played.

Movies were also watched in the houses accompanied by the fireplace.

Chatted around the campfire and read books.

  • Finally, as a result of the restrictions due to increasing Omicron cases,

The number of people who will make the program has been reduced.

  • Therefore, new cottages were rented.
  • A rented cottage was canceled due to Covid-19.
  • As a result of these, a total of 143 students, male and female, participated in the Mentor Bridge Winter Camp. Additionally, 4 of our students attend our camps online.
12 Jan

Youth Academy Children’s Fair

On November 27, 2021, our 5th and 6th-grade students at Weekend School, project name Youth Academy organized a Children’s Fair under the guidance of Ms Havle to help children living in foster care in Canada. After 2 months of planning and preparation, 14 of our students sold their handmade items, jewellery, toys and food at the fundraising. In addition, they kept the fund-raising area alive with activities such as face painting, balloon folding. The most interesting part of the fundraising was that the organizers, sellers and buyers were all our Weekend School students. At the end of the day, $2,024 was donated to children staying in the York area of ​​the Foster Parents Society of Ontario.

We are very happy to contribute to one of Canada’s social issues with such a social responsibility project.

13 Dec

Richmond Hill Weekend School

Finally, Richmond Hill Weekend School has started. We would like to thank the York Regional School Board for providing us with this location. If you have not joined us at the Richmond Hill location, give us a call soon as possible.

26 Oct


On October 11, on the occasion of Thanksgiving, we took a trip to Niagara Falls with 13 of our homeschool students. Our day trip started at 09:00 in the morning, departing from Toronto Nile Academy. We visited Niagara Falls, one of the most beautiful and largest waterfalls in Canada and the world. Our students learned a lot of new information about this natural wonder waterfall. We visited the city centre. Our students had fun playing various games in luna park. On the occasion of this trip, our students gained good qualities such as friendship, spending time together and sharing our love. Canada, which has the third-largest geography in the world, has many natural wonders to visit and see. This beautiful trip ended at 09:00 in the evening. Our students returned home happy and cheerful.

06 Oct

Food and Relief Festival

The kermess, which was held by the volunteers of the Hizmet Movement at the Cultural Center for Canadian Turkish Friendship Community (CTFC) members and volunteers, drew great attention. Hundreds of volunteers participated in the Kermess, which was open on Saturday, September 4, between 10:00 and 18:00 at the Cultural Center at the Keele & Rutherford location. Kebab, raw meatballs, baklava, tea and coffee were offered for sale at the stands opened in the garden of the Cultural Center. Volunteers, who bought what they wanted from the stands at affordable prices, had the opportunity to eat comfortably in the sitting areas prepared in the garden of the Cultural Center.Meanwhile, various entertainment programs were organized for the children during th>kermess. Additionally, there were award-winning games for the children who had the opportunity to have fun and spend marvelous time with their friends.Volunteers who participated in the kermess emphasized that they were very happy with such
programs organized for charitable purposes and that they should be held more often. During the pandemic time, our community members really missed socialization. We hoped that this organization fulfilled this need.The organizers, who were happy that most of the products offered for sale at the kermess were sold. also thanked the visitors for the high demand.

14 Jul

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