The A.L.L. (Activities,
Leisure) for Kids Program helps cover the cost of recreational activities for children whose parents could otherwise not afford it. These activities help prepare kids for future life experiences by developing them physically, socially, emotionally and cognitively.
Once approved, children are allowed two extra-curricular sessions of activities per year. The program is flexible in what the child can take and choices include, but are not limited to house-league sports (such as hockey, baseball, soccer, martial arts, archery and horseback riding), camps (such as summer day camps and overnight camps), art lessons, music lessons, Girl Guides, Scouts and more.
Funding is limited and is allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Please complete the application form and submit to the All for Kids email to be reviewed by an Employment and Social Services Case Manager.
Clients can request support for activities through
firstname.lastname@example.org for questions or more information.