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  • A Year inReview2011
  • Our MissionTo provide asafe, supportiveplace wherechildren andyouth canexperience newopportunities,overcomebarriers, buildpositiverelationships anddevelopconfidence andskills for life.
  • Your investment is paying off! 2099 kids participated in our programs in 2011. Tyrrell, Malik, J.J. and Jazmyne have been attending after- school programming at the club for over six years.
  • $150,047subsidiesprovidedso kidscould goto summercamp.
  • 15locations to serve curious minds.
  • We use5,875pieces ofLegoalmost ona dailybasis!
  • 11,000 healthy after-school snacks provided every month...and over 1,900 suppers per month.
  • Over 200glue sticksused tocreate one-of-a-kindpieces of art.
  • 120 kids participated in our FREE sports league.
  • Over 80 hockeybags with fullequipmentprovided for ourmembers to playin our hockeyleague.
  • Over 350basketsscored on ourbasketballnets.
  • Over 200scrappedknees fromkids tryingtheir hardestat sports.
  • 120 medals awarded at our Inter-City Sports League Banquet.
  • We transported 8,000 kids so they could access our programs.
  • 2,600 kidswere gettingactive byjumping in ourair castles.
  • 2,500 pink t-shirts worn in support of our anti-bullying campaign.
  • Over 1,500 kidsfrom thecommunityparticipated in ourspecial events.
  • Over 675volunteers wereneeded to makeour club work.
  • Alex McCoys Plumbing & Heating Cataraqui Golf & Country ClubAlgonquin Lakeshore Catholic District CIBCSchool Board City of KingstonAmbassador Hotel Community Foundation for Kingston &Amerisourcebergen Canada AreaAnchor Concrete Community Response to NeighbourhoodBarr Homes / Barr Construction ConcernsBest Buy CupidoBoys and Girls Club of Canada Davies FoundationBrowns Fine Foods Dr. Greg DaviesCanadian Tire Jumpstart Empire LifeCapital Movers Forzani Group
  • Future Shop Kingston Community Health CentresGiant Tiger Kingston Financial CentreGreater Kingston Chamber of Commerce KPMGHenk Wevers Kingston PoliceHomestead Holdings Ltd. Kingston Whig StandardHome Depot Limestone District School BoardJames Brown & Joan Lee McDonaldsJankins Computers Ministry of Health, Promotion and SportJim Vowles NHLPA Goals & DreamsKaren Millson Old NavyKen Tallack Ontario Trillium FoundationKids for Kids Organization ProForma
  • Queen’s University Tim HortonsRideau Acres Campground Town of GananoqueRick Smith TrueSportRBC United Way Kingston Frontenac LennoxRotary Club of Kingston and AddingtonSears United Way of Leeds and GrenvilleSecker, Ross & Perry Chartered Upper Canada District School BoardAccountants Westbrook Golf ClubServiceMaster WilkinsonSoutheastern Telecom W. P. Scott Charitable FoundationSt. Lawrence CollegeStevenson ElectricalSvendsen Bros Automotive Ltd ... and countless others
  • A goodplace tobe.2011