Youth - 12 to 18

Participants range in age from 12 to 18 years old. (Photo: Conservation Foundation of Greater Toronto)

The Power Plant is Canada’s leading public gallery devoted exclusively to contemporary visual art. It is a vital forum for the advanced artistic culture of our time that offers an exceptional facility and professional support to diverse living artists while engaging equally diverse audiences in...
Sharing sound psychological knowledge to better people’s lives. The Psychology Foundation translates leading psychological research into state-of-the-art programs to promote mental health across the lifespan.
The Peer Project YAY Annual Summer Camp 2014
The Peer Project | Youth Assisting Youth (YAY) is a non-profit charitable organization that matches at-risk and newcomer children ages 6-15 with fully trained and dedicated Volunteer Youth Mentors ages 16-29, who act as positive role models. We create real relationships that matter by partnering...
The Ralph Thornton Centre is a leader and partner in building the potential of the Riverdale community. The Ralph Thornton Centre continues to be a cornerstone of the neighbourhood that brings together Riverdale's diverse communities.
Community-based New Media, Radio, and Television Arts Broadcasting Centre dedicated to best practices in training and mentorship of youth in broadcasting and digital arts.
Youth To Youth (Y2Y) provides a platform for youth leadership to children and youth within Toronto's Neighbouhood Improvement Areas. At schools, community centres, and youth facilities all across the city, Y2Y empowers youth to take the lead by harnessing the power of play to improve...
To provide a ‘home away from home’ for seriously ill children and their families to heal better together.
Roots of Empathy, social and emotional learning, bullying prevention, classroom program
Roots of Empathy is an evidence-based classroom program that has shown significant effect in reducing levels of aggression - including bullying - among school children while raising social/emotional competence and increasing empathy. Our mission is to build caring, peaceful, and civil societies...
The Regent Park School of Music gives children and youth aged 3-18 from high-risk low income neighbourhoods in Toronto the chance of a music education that will help them do well in school, raise their aspirations, and go on to succeed in life.
The Remix Project was created in order to help level the playing field for young people from disadvantaged, marginalized and under served communities. Our programs and services serve youth who are trying to enter into the creative industries or further their formal education; The Remix Project...

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