Community Partnerships

H.appi Camper
In July 2016, YPT facilitated drama sessions with H.appi Camper – a camp for Syrian children spending their first summer in Canada.

COMMUNITY WORKSHOPS

YPT continues to strengthen its many relationships with community partners this season with safe and engaging online programs and workshops.

For more information on creating customized workshops or programs:

Please contact Aimee Bouchard, Education & Participation Programs Manager: abouchard@youngpeoplestheatre.org.

Here are just a few of the community partners for whom YPT has created programming:

Camp Ooch
Canadian Centre for Victims of Torture
Canadian Opera Company
CNIB
Covenant House
Experiences Canada
George Brown College
H.appi Camper
Harbourfront Centre
Jamii
Macaulay Child Development Institute
Riverdale Housing Action Group
Roy Thompson Hall
Salvation Army – Cedarbrae
Sheridan College Alumni Association
St. Lawrence Community Recreation Centre
St. Lawrence Neighbourhood Association
Toronto Public Library
University of Toronto Alumni Association
Wellesley Community Centre
Yonge Street Mission

YPT and Meagan’s Walk: Kids Helping Kids

Over the next year, Young People’s Theatre is pleased to work with Meagan’s Walk, a wonderful organization dedicated to bringing hope and awareness to cancer-related brain illness in children and youth. Meagan’s Walk: Creating a Circle of Hope was founded by Denise Bebenek in 2001, the year she lost her cherished five-year-old daughter Meagan to a cancerous brain tumour. Since its inception the organization has worked with families, children and youth to raise more than $5 million for ground-breaking research and is having global impact on the care of and outcomes for young brain tumour patients around the world. Megan’s Walk works with students and youth leaders, encouraging them to live with compassion, caring for those in their midst who struggle with challenges. Young People’s Theatre and Meagan’s Walk – kids helping kids!

Community Participation Services

Community Participation at YPT looks to connect to diverse communities across the GTA to explore issues that are relevant to children and youth through theatre. Through workshops and programs, YPT is committed to working with professional facilitators of the highest quality who possess extensive experience working with young people, using a diversity of artistic approaches.

Questions?

Please contact Aimee Bouchard, Education & Participation Programs: abouchard@youngpeoplestheatre.org.