The Provincial Wellness Grants program is intended to encourage and support community/not for profit organizations to take action on wellness.
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This is an after school program run by the Boys and Girls Club of Whitehorse through Elijah Smith Elementary School and Whitehorse Elementary Scho
Services Offered: Drop in and games room for young people 13 to 18 providing an opportunity to socialize in a safe, supervised environment All pro
This program is available to youth-serving organizations in Newfoundland and Labrador who engage youth in areas of self-reliance, leadership and c
The After School Project will work to provide opportunities and resources for rural communities to address barriers to physical activity and engag
As part of the Canadian Active After School Partnership (CAASP) which aims to enhance the delivery of quality after school programs, the Active Li
The Wonder+ Cares Healthy Active Kids Grant program supports charitable organizations across Canada that are working to increase access to high-qu
Monday to Friday from 3-6pm except on Thursday which is from 2:30- 6pm. All kids welcome.
The goals of the nwtyouth.ca project are to:
Our mission is to prevent poverty.
Camp Old Navy is a partnership between Old Navy stores and Boys and Girls Clubs of America and Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada.
Developed by the Boys and Girls Clubs of America (BGCA), CareerLaunch is a pre-employment program for youth ages 13-18 designed in response to the
Keystone helps kids 14 and older channel their energy in a positive direction.
This program, supported by Microsoft Canada and Future Shop, enables Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada to provide Canadian children and youth with gr
The Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada have created Power Up!, an academic support program that helps kids to develop positive study habits and practi
The Home Depot Canada Foundation is working with Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada to make our communities greener places for children and youth.
For more than a year, the City of Burnaby has made it unnecessary for local children to run away and join the circus.
The City of Winnipeg is offering a Free Youth Action Centers- 25 and 30 sites with a focus on high need areas geared for youth 12 - 18 years old.
Streets Ahead: Supporting children to get active in their neighbourhoods involves our local communities reclaiming neighbourhood streets – making
Winnipeggers now have easy access to information about free recreation, leisure and library programs with the new free programming guide, Priceles
Healthy Schools is Manitoba's provincial school health initiative designed to promote the physical, emotional, and social health of schools commun