BGC Toronto Kiwanis is a part of BGC Canada. The mission of every Boys and Girls Clubs in Canada is to provide a safe, supportive place where children and youth can experience new opportunities, overcome barriers, build positive relationships and develop confidence and skills for life.
Campers exploring LEGO builds through the STEM program.
BGC Toronto Kiwanis is hosting camps at many locations this summer. These locations vary from 101 Spruce, TP Loblaws, and Rose Avenue. At Rose Ave., the program is open for children from ages 6-16 for a total of 8 weeks. These summer camps are held in target neighborhoods to give kids who don’t usually get to participate in after-school programs the opportunity to have fun with their peers within the community.
Campers playing a game of Octopus
These camps give the kids the opportunity to explore places they have never been exposed to in Toronto such as the Ontario Science Centre, The ROM, Centre Island, and much more.
Campers playing a reaction game
BGC wants all children and youth to discover and achieve their dreams and grow up to be healthy, successful, and active participants in society. They operate under 5 core values: Belonging, Respect, Encouragement and Support, Working Together and Speaking Out.
FOY Staff (from left to right): Tristan Robles, Alisson Hernandez, Selihom Ghebrehiwet
Toronto Kiwanis Boys & Girls Clubs
20 Portugal Square
July 4th – August 26th
8 AM – 6 PM
4 years old – 16 years old