Our youth program began in 2007 as a pilot project through an Ontario Trillium Grant. Since that time the program has continued to expand and flourish.
With funding from The United Way of KFL&A we are able to offer programs that allow youth the ability to be physically healthy, develop their leadership skills, and socially connect with their peers.
Our program is set up so that all youth have an ability to grow into teens that are healthy, successful and engaged through a supportive setting. We also engage youth by removing barriers such as prohibitive fee costs and transportation.