Albion Neighbourhood Services

Boys and Girls Club of Albion

Record Details
Social Media Website Website: www.albionneighbourhoodservices.ca
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Description & Services
Description Boys and Girls Club provide following Children and Youth Programs:  
 
Children After School Programs, Summer Camps and March Break Camps, Youth Afterschool Programs, Leader in Training - Summer Camp for Youth 
 
Raising the Grade-provide young people with the skills, tools and opportunities that will equip them to excel academically and secure their future success as productive, independent and contributing members of society  
 
Youth Scholarship Programs-Post Secondary Education-offers scholarship opportunities to the youth to help them achieve their goals for Post Secondary Education 
 
•Terri Noseworthy Scholarship Awards - Horizon Milling  
•Rogers Youth Funds - Post Secondary Scholarships  
•Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada - Future Shop  
 
 
Keystone Youth Club-helps kids 14 and older channel their energy in a positive direction. Through Keystone, youth learn how to foster respect between groups and individuals. They learn valuable leadership skills and form lasting friendships with other teens across the country. And they develop self-confidence and self-esteem  
 
Youth Summer Job Opportunities-provide part time and summer job opportunities for students 
 
Youth Volunteer Opportunities and Special Events-provide volunteer opportunities for youth to complete high school graduation  
 
Boys and Girls Club - Children's Programs  
 
After School Programs-provide homework help, nutritious snacks and sports activities during after school programs. Participating schools: 
•North Kipling Junior Middle School  
•Highfield Junior School  
•Claireville Junior School  
•Rexdale Community Hub - Albion Boys and Girls Club ( 21 Panorama Court Suite 14  
•Greenholme Junior Middle School  
 
 
Breakfast Clubs-provide nutritious breakfast every day during the school year. Breakfast Club is a drop-in program. No registration is required. Don't forget to donate $0.25 for a nutritious breakfast served.  
 
Locations:  
•North Kipling Junior Middle School- Mon-Fri 8am-8:30am 
•Greenholme Junior Middle School- Mon-Fri 7am-8am
Hours Admin Hours: Mon-Fri 9:30am-5pm 
Children's Programs: Mon-Fri 3:30pm-6pm
Areas Served Etobicoke North ; Peel Region
Eligibility Ages: 6 year(s) - 18 year(s) 
 
Some programs available to Peel residents, call to verify
Application By appointment
Fees Program ; Fees for some programs
Languages English ; Greek ; Hindi ; Italian ; Punjabi ; Somali ; Spanish ; Twi ; Urdu
Contact Information
Address & Map
21 Panorama Court, Suite 14
Etobicoke, ON M9V 4E3
 
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Intersection Kipling Ave and Finch Ave
Accessibility Fully Accessible
Office Phone Boys and Girls Club 416-740-3704
Fax Boys and Girls Club 416-740-7124
E-Mail ans@albionservices.ca
Website www.albionneighbourhoodservices.com
Primary Contact Beverly Poyser; Email: beverly@albionservices.ca
Alternate Contact Khudaija Sheikh, Program Manager; Phone: 416-740-3704 ext 261
Primary Executive Lisa Kostakis, Executive Director, Albion Neighbourhood Services; Phone: 416-740-3704 ext 227; Email: lisa@albionservices.ca
Other Details
Established 1972
Elections Annually: June
Funding City / Town ; Regional / Municipal
Service Level (50) Non Profit
Subjects
Subjects Boys clubs ; Camps ; Children ; Clubs ; Financial assistance ; Girls clubs ; Recreational activities ; Tutoring ; Youth

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