Summer Camp/March Break

At Free For All Camp we are a group of volunteer fire fighters and police officers who are excited and inspired.

During 2012, we had a maximum of 79 campers, and our volunteers had the opportunity to get to know each and every child. Although our staff-to-camper ratio of 1:20 seems high, we ensured that each camper received the needed attention and instruction. We believe in the long term value of a camp experience for every child that attends and it is our goal to provide the best possible opportunity for every camper to learn and grow in a supportive and happy environment. A FFAF camper acquires social, physical, and life skills, all of which contribute to a positive self-image.

Active for life Sports program is a unique sports-based youth development program which connects sports activities to life-skills lessons including discipline, teamwork, leadership skills, and fair play in a safe and positive environment. Emphasis is placed on giving youth a voice to foster healthy decision-making skills and encourages personal growth and autonomy. Young people are introduced to professional athletes, caring coaches, and successful role models in the sports industry who teach students about goal-setting, public speaking, interview skills, career exploration, and financial management.

Summercamp 2018

Summer Camp 2018

Camp Programs:

  • Basketball

  • STEAM

  • Leadership and Development

  • Counselling


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I want to thank the board of directors for allowing me to serve as President and be a part of an organization that not only gives knowledge back but allows friendships to be created within the agency.

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On November 28th, Free For All Foundation will be joining an international day of generosity, #GivingTuesday. This is a day when you can make a huge difference in the lives of children, youth, Seniors and their communities.

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