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Community Youth Network, Isles of Notre Dame



Community Youth Networks engage youth in civic engagement and volunteerism, education, employment, career development, recreation, and supportive services.

 

Year(s) Funded: 2011-2013, 2016

Amount of Funding Awarded to Date: $47,910



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  Summerford Newfoundland and Labrador 709-629-3220 Canada

Program(s) Funded:

Program: Uniting Community Leaders $9,250 (2016): This program united youth leaders and community leaders by providing opportunities for them to work together to better their community and build lasting relationships and assist with the sustainability of our community organizations.

Funding from United Way was used for the cost of materials for uniting community leaders sessions, healthy snacks, special speakers for volunteering and bridging gaps (youth and community groups), human resources cost to organize and coordinate all sessions and develop a plan.

Program: Youth and Kids Celebrating Life $15,960 (2013): Youth Celebrating Life will allow youth (Grades 5-12 and special programming for Grades K-4) to participate in healthy and active activities in their own community. These activities will focus on physical activity, healthy living, and celebrating life in a safe and nurturing environment.

Funding from the United Way was used forhiring a part-time field worker, and the purchase of healthy food and beverages, new physical activity equipment and games, and program materials.

Program: Generations united Together Program (expanded) $9,950 (2012): This program promotes sharing of knowledge and talents of adults and youth, helping to bridge generation gaps in the community and creating an atmosphere of mutual learning, sharing, and fun.

Funding was used for registration/instructor fees for kayak lessons, transportation to activities, healthy snacks and t-shirts, snowshoeing materials, and a fire pit.

Program: Generations United Together Program $12,750 (2011): This program promotes sharing of knowledge and talents of adults and youth, helping to bridge generation gaps in the community and creating an atmosphere of mutual learning, sharing, and fun.