KIDS & YOUTH
For over 80 years, we’ve been working to break the cycle of poverty for Edmonton’s kids, providing hope and a brighter future–a future without hunger, homelessness or addiction. Hope begins with a meal.
Volunteer opportunities in children & youth programs are currently ON HOLD.
However, volunteers are needed to assist with preparing school lunches for 7 schools in North Edmonton.
This role would consist of making sandwiches and helping assemble lunch bags for the kids and youth we provide lunches for.
Our available volunteer shifts are 10:00am-12:00pm Monday-Friday as well as 1:00pm-3:00pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Currently, we provide 1900 lunches a week! Individual Volunteer Application Form – Lunch Preparation at the Tegler Youth Centre (NE Edmonton)
RW Tegler Youth Centre
Kids need a safe and fun place to hang out, be challenged, and grow as individuals.
Consisting of a climbing wall, a huge indoor skate park, games room and a Media Arts Centre, the Centre offers many engaging opportunities to try new things.
For our hours please call (780) 448-5820 for the most up to date times and programs.
Want to volunteer with kids at the Tegler? Find our Tegler Youth Centre online volunteer form here.
Kids in Action
In our free after school programs, relationships are formed as kids spend time with mentors and learn their true potential. Skits and smaller group activities communicate character lessons based on the Biblical themes like love, generosity, courage, honesty, forgiveness, and kindness.
Hearty, healthy meals are a highlight for many kids near the end of the program. These meals, shared with staff, provide the only real nourishment for some of the kids that day.
Kids are also engaged in fitness by training for a 5K Race in spring.
For a kid facing deep challenges, Kids in Action gives the most precious gift: the gift of hope.
Brightwood Ranch is located west of Edmonton on 220 beautiful acres. An affordable, high-energy Christian summer camp experience. Camp activities include horseback riding, climbing wall, archery, sports and many more outdoor activities.
Its important that we have relationships not only with the children in our schools but with their parents, and other members of the community. We try to be as visible in and supportive of our communities as we can be. One of the ways that we do this is by facilitating community family events, like our Christmas Family Supper and our 5 km Walk and Run.
Resources & Downloads
In order to ensure the safety of our children, we require that all those that attend our programs have a completed waiver. The waiver can be downloaded below. This waiver must be filled out by a legal guardian.