In April, our team launched TKBGC @ Home, virtual after-school programming that took place everyday. We understand that for many, this school year is happening at home. While our in-person clubhouses are limited in capacity, our virtual clubhouse is open for all!
On Monday, November 2nd, the virtual doors to the Club will be re-opening. From 3-6PM our dedicated virtual staff will be running a variety of programming for designated grade groups.
Participants will be required to register by the day. If you'd like to attend each day of available virtual programming, please register for each individual day.
Registration will open on Monday, October 19. There is no program cost associated with virtual program.
Please Note: Children's Virtual Program will run for 2 hours. 1 hour of activity time (i.e. arts & crafts, group games, etc.) and 1 hour of specialty programming.
Children's Virtual Program will run from 4-6PM on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
Homework is a vital part of every student's day. So let's kick off every week with a productive virtual program session. Every Monday, our part-time staff will be available to help members work through their homework.
Have questions? Reach out to Zena Bruce.
Take it E.A.S.Y
Girl Power! Take It EASY (Empowerment and Self-Esteem for Youth) fosters self-esteem and confidence in teens and pre-teens so they can make better decisions. Every Wednesday, we want to spend some time with our young girls to address issues of self-esteem, gender and body image, sexuality and violence.
Have questions? Reach out to Louise Ross.
Kid Food Nation
We know our members love being in the kitchen! Kid Food Nation is a program we run in our Clubhouses. This program teaches food literacy in fun and engaging ways that allow our members to develop skills and share them with their families.
Have questions? Reach out to Lisa King.
Please Note: Youth Virtual Program will take place between 5-7PM every Tuesday and Thursday. Participants must be registered to attend.
Kids For Change: Social Justice
Our Kids for Change program will provide our older members with the opportunity to create a safe space for discussions and explore topics.
We will address social and systemic issues that relate to anti-racism, truth and reconciliation, and LGBTQ2S+ from a human rights perspective.
Have questions? Reach out to Sheilana Dela Cruz.
Flex Your Head
Now more than ever, our members need support in addressing issues of mental health and wellness. The pandemic, coupled with the cycle of violence in our society are negatively impacting our young people.
Flex Your Head was developed to help youth think about, talk about, and understand issues of mental health and wellness within a safe, fun, and inclusive environment.
Have questions? Reach out to Yasin Osman.