Youth Programs & Resources
Youth Programs and Resources in greater Vancouver
Night Hoops provides an inclusive experience to youth through basketball and life skills throughout Vancouver and Maple Ridge. Night Hoops hopes to continue to grow throughout the lower mainland and provide more resources to All locations such as Surrey, Richmond, New Westminster & more.
Be sure to be safe and social distance, wear a mask and proper PPE equipment!
Below we have gathering some programs located throughout the lower mainland that may be beneficial to you!
Top Resources that can help you!
1. YMCA Youth Programs
“For more than 130 years, the YMCA of Greater Vancouver has cared for kids, shaped leaders for tomorrow and helped generations of people come together to find support, get healthier and make friends for life.
Typically, you can enter one of our 270+ YMCA program locations across the Lower Mainland, Fraser Valley or Sunshine Coast and find a community of people participating in life-enhancing programs. But today, during the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, you will find thousands of people connecting with each other online and finding the resources they need to continue learning, connecting and growing through online groups, programs, services and resources.” – YMCA
2. Youth 4 Action Leadership Programs
“Metro Vancouver’s Youth4Action program supports high school youth to develop the skills and knowledge necessary to inspire sustainability and livability. Through place-based inquiry-learning, leadership and innovation and collaborative action, Youth4Action:” – Youth 4 Action
3. Youth Leadership Society of British Columbia (YLSBC)
“The Youth Leadership Society of British Columbia (YLSBC) promotes education and development of leadership skills in youth through experiential learning.
Our youth-driven programs are designed to foster good citizenship and build life skills.” – YLSBC
MOSAIC is a multilingual non-profit organization dedicated to addressing issues that affect immigrants and refugees in the course of their settlement and integration into Canadian society. MOSAIC has many programs and services to help newcomer youth transition to life in Canada.
5. LOVE (British Columbia)
“LOVE BC continues to grow in demand because of its youth-driven nature that allows the organization to identify specific issues, topics and skills that youth want to focus on. LOVE BC evolves as our youth environment and consciousness does.” – LOVE BC
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