Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada developed Cool MovesTM, a healthy lifestyle program in response to the growing health crisis threatening Canada’s k
Success Stories Listing
Making the transition from childhood to the young adult years can be difficult, and young women face particular self-esteem, gender and body image
For over a century, Boys and Girls Clubs have been transforming the after school experience
KidSport™ Canada is a national not-for-profit organization that provides financial assistance for registration fees and equipment to kids aged 18
The Active Kids After School Program has partnered with the Halifax Trojans Aquatic Club in order to provide young swimmers with the opportunity t
The Surrey School District’s Canadian Tire Jumpstart Academy is an after-school, multi-sport leadership program designed to get inner-city childre
Canadian Tire Jumpstart is a national charitable program that helps financially disadvantaged kids participate in organized sport and recreation.
In 2010-2012, the Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women and Sport and Physical Activity (CAAWS) partnered with the National Associatio
KinderKids is a non-licensed, half-day recreational program for children four to six years old that helps to bridge the gap between Kindergarten s
TYPS works with individual youth, youth centers and community youth initiatives to support youth engagement in their communities around issues of
Y Kids Club programs help bridge the gaps between your children's school day and your work day.
Get Active is a program to get people more physically active in the Northwest Territories (NWT).
There are six Coalitions that operate within regions covering the four health authorities across the province.
The S.M.I.L.E. program sponsored by Acadia University has been instrumental in recognizing
The province is addressing childhood obesity and preventable chronic disease with a plan that focuses on healthy eating and physical activity.
This program is designed to support activities which respond to the goals and priorities of communities and PASR priority areas including: increas
Food & Fun After School (© President and Fellows of Harvard College and YMCA of the USA) is a curriculum designed to develop healthy habits ou
Approximately 17% (12.5 million) of U.S.
Did you know that the Municipality of St. Mary’s Recreation Department has recently purchased TEN BRAND NEW Norco Mountain Bikes?
After School Physical Activity Program for Girls in At-Risk Nova Scotian Communities is a project of Sport Nova Scotia.