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Child & Youth Supports

Our Child and Youth Supports aim to build the foundation for a thriving future. Through engaging activities and experiences, we foster the development of self-confidence, empowering young individuals to connect meaningfully with others. In the midst of a changing world, our programs offer more than just activities – they provide a safe haven. A space where youth can explore and understand who they are and who they want to be. Through these programs, kids and teens can develop a variety of skills, make peer connections, discover their potential, and have fun!

For more information and to register please contact us at hubs@winsyyc.ca or (825) 540-4717

Our child & youth programs are designed to:

 

  • Build self-confidence

  • Empower people to connect with others

  • Build a variety of skills

  • Address food insecurity by providing snacks to growing kids

  • Provide a safe place for youth to explore who they are in a changing world

Grab a Snack

One of the longest running Hub programs, Grab a Snack aims to encourage a sense of community by creating a welcoming space where kids can gather and enjoy a nourishing snack, fostering both physical well-being and social interaction.

Who is this for?

  • Children and Youth between the ages of 3 and 17

  • Families looking for fun and simple ways to engage with their neighbours


How long is this program?

This is a year-round program scheduled once a week at three of our Hub locations.

​Please visit our Program Calendar to confirm session dates as periodic closures may occur.

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Youth Coding Club

A club where girls and gender-diverse youth can learn basic coding concepts and languages, while actively working to close gender gaps in technology and redefine the image and role of a programmer.

Who is this club for?

  • Girls and gender-diverse youth ages between 12 and 16

  • Youth who are interested in exploring a new interest

  • Youth with basic computer and English skills


How long is this program?

  • This program is 4-weeks in length, twice a week

  • All intakes run from 4:30pm to 6:30pm

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Early Learners

This program aims to support parents’ job as their children’s first teachers. We use dramatic play, singing, finger games, manipulative play, and movement to help parents get their children ready for school.

Who is this for?

  • Families with children aged 3 years to 5 years


​How long is this program?

  • This is an 8-session program, once a week, in-person as a group at one of our Hubs.

For more information and to register please contact us at hubs@winsyyc.ca or (825) 540-4717

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