Brampton, Ontario – Free For All Foundation in partnership with United Way of Peel Region and Punjabi Community Health Services is happy to announce the launch of Seniors Connect – Springdale. The program will take place at Punjabi Community Health Services – 50 SunnyMeadow Blvd, Suite #108, Brampton, ON L6R 0Y7. Seniors Connect – Springdale will launch onFriday April 21, 2017 from 1pm-4pm, this weekly culturally specific program will continue everyFriday at the same time and location to enrich the lives of Black Seniors in the Springdalecommunity.
Seniors Connect is a Health and Wellness Program funded by the United Way of Peel Region. It is geared to Black seniors aged 50+ through engagement in the arts, dancing, educational, recreational and social programs in the Springdale community. Seniors will also learn about theavailable supports in their community and learn vital life skills that will support their aging. This program is free and open to seniors and their family.
Free For All Foundation values the amazing impact that seniors make on a thriving society and would like to give Black seniors in the Springdale area the space and opportunity to learn, be active, connect and to have fun!
For more information about Seniors Connect – Springdale, please call 905-449-4486 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne visited Central Peel Secondary School near Kennedy Road and Queen Street in Brampton on August 17th to announce an investment of $46,000 in the Free For All Foundation, which runs the Pump It Up Program at the school.
The Pump It Up Program helps keep kids active and creative and also connects them with members of Peel Police. This program helps advance the goal of the Free For All Foundation of helping at-risk youth achieve their full potential. According to the Premier, “Sports have the power to play a positive role in the lives of our youth.
By investing in sport and recreation, our government is providing opportunities for young people to get active, engage with their communities and develop the skills they need to excel.”