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We all need a helping hand at times and who better to turn to than our Big Brothers and Big Sisters. Thank you Big Brother, Big Sister, for all that you do to help support the youth in our community. ... See MoreSee Less

We all need a helping hand at times and who better to turn to than our Big Brothers and Big Sisters. Thank you Big Brother, Big Sister, for all that you do to help support the youth in our community.

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We’re halfway there!

Throughout September, customers visiting Lowe’s’ Whitby and Oshawa stores will be invited to make a donation of $2, $5, or $10 to support Frontenac Youth Services. At the end of the campaign, Lowe’s Canada will match 50% of all collected donations, up to $2,000 per store.

At Frontenac Youth Services, we are grateful to our community and community partners for the support they provide to our agency. Donations received by the agency are used for items such as programming and recreation activities for youth in live-in treatment, equipment for youth to register in sports activities, and yearly membership fees for our youth at the YMCA. We greatly appreciate the generosity of our community.
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We’re halfway there! 

Throughout September, customers visiting Lowe’s’ Whitby and Oshawa stores will be invited to make a donation of $2, $5, or $10 to support Frontenac Youth Services. At the end of the campaign, Lowe’s Canada will match 50% of all collected donations, up to $2,000 per store.

At Frontenac Youth Services, we are grateful to our community and community partners for the support they provide to our agency. Donations received by the agency are used for items such as programming and recreation activities for youth in live-in treatment, equipment for youth to register in sports activities, and yearly membership fees for our youth at the YMCA. We greatly appreciate the generosity of our community.

In case you missed it, last week we shared resources for starting the new school year. See the links below for helpful guidelines for returning to school or continuing with virtual learning:

www.cheo.on.ca/en/resources-and-support/resources/P6225E.pdf?utm_medium=email&_hsmi=93977475&_hse...

cmho.org/back-to-school/
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In case you missed it, last week we shared resources for starting the new school year. See the links below for helpful guidelines for returning to school or continuing with virtual learning: 

https://www.cheo.on.ca/en/resources-and-support/resources/P6225E.pdf?utm_medium=email&_hsmi=93977475&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-8MlVT024OQaobSDimj5ybM3NjOmsQ-6jsxS2zupNyxL_vAT3WqL03RKk3l27ST7pPvbMxnUC-pp8hB0ZjrsTF27abNByJxt5IViH0w6sEBYdff8rY&utm_content=93977475&utm_source=hs_email

https://cmho.org/back-to-school/

Some more helpful guidelines from Children's Mental Health Ontario for adjusting to the new school year with COVID-19.

cmho.org/back-to-school/
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Some more helpful guidelines from Childrens Mental Health Ontario for adjusting to the new school year with COVID-19. 

https://cmho.org/back-to-school/
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