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Over 300 schools and 20 school boards impacted by our philosophy.
Over a million students impacted by the creed.
Over $700,000 awarded in scholarships.
Over 2,500 young leaders developed at annual conferences.

Who We Are

We’re a registered charity on a mission to inspire and assist every individual to be a better citizen. Our mandates are to foster self-esteem and ethical behaviour through the application of the Future ACES Creed and to assist youth to attain the highest level of achievement both personally and academically within their capabilities.

What We Do

Since our founding, we’ve:

Awarded $700,000 in scholarships
Developed 2,500 young leaders at our leadership conferences
Impacted over a million students with the Future ACES Creed

Get Involved

Without you, there is no us. A donation of your time, talent or treasure can be the difference for a student pursuing post-secondary education or a young person becoming a positive leader in their community.

Feature Aces

Read about some of our very best and brightest – young achievers who eat, sleep, and breathe our Creed and the ideals of our founder, Herb Carnegie.


Some of our programs take youth that have never been outside of Toronto and move them into the wilderness to explore the wilder world. But Aaron Guthrie, a teacher in Thunder Bay and a Future Aces Leader, does the reverse. He brings his students, who come from Treaty 3 and Treaty 9 reserves, to the Big City.

In both cases, we’re creating opportunities for youth across Ontario to broaden their horizons, to meet other children of every race, creed, and religion, to inspire them to set loftier goals, and to have an unforgettably fun experience while doing so.

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Our Founder, Herb Carnegie

A world-class professional hockey player, Carnegie was prevented from ever playing in the NHL because of his black skin. After being forced to give up his dream, Carnegie became a successful businessman and philanthropist, starting a hockey school called Future Aces. In 1987, Carnegie created the Future Aces Foundation to “inspire and assist youth an adults to become the best they can be as responsible, respectful, peaceful, confident, and caring citizens.” Carnegie was named to the Order of Ontario in 1996 and the Order of Canada in 2003.

Read more of Herb’s story here.

Our Partners

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