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youth small group discussion on poverty reduction in bc
We are inviting youth (13-24) to share their insights, challenges, and experiences as young people living, working, and going to school in an increasingly expensive community, and their ideas on how we can contribute to the reduction of poverty across the province.
YOUTH VOICE: Youth Small Group Discussion on Poverty Reduction in BC
Date: Tuesday, March 27th
Time: 5PM - 7PM
Location: Burnaby Youth Hub (4750 Imperial St -- between Metrotown & Royal Oak Skytrain Stations)
Open To: All youth ages 13 - 24 in the Lower Mainland
A hot dinner and gift cards will be provided to all participants. In addition, we will work to provide any other supports deemed necessary by the youth to remove/reduce barriers to participate, such as: transportation and disability & health supports. Secure storage for belongings will also be available.
Registration is required for this event, so please contact email@example.com or call 604.569.0951 to register!
youth advisory council (YAC)!
Join the Hub Youth Advisory Council to be part of our amazing youth leadership team! The YAC is a group of teens that meet to plan events for the Burnaby Youth Hub, get involved in the community, and make a difference!
Get free training and experience in marketing, event coordination, team building, and leadership while earning volunteer hours.
The YAC meets every other Thursday from 4:00pm - 5:30pm at the Hub!
Everyone is welcome, and we’re always accepting new members!
Thursday, March 8th -- 4:00pm - 5:30pm
*Break for March Break!*
Thursday, April 5th -- 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Thursday, April 19th -- 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Thursday, May 3rd -- 4:00pm - 5:30pm
For more info, email: firstname.lastname@example.org!
support for TRANS YOUTH &
PARENTS/GUARDIANS OF TRANS YOUTH
A partnership between MCFD, Plea Community Services, TransFamily BC, and Purpose Society, introducing two support groups at the Hub: one for trans youth (13 - 25 years old), and one for parents/guardians of trans youth.
Each groups functions to create opportunities for discussion, information sharing, and support. Youth groups and Parent/Guardian groups are held simultaneously, but in separate rooms. Groups are free and open to anyone in the Fraser North area. Note: youth and parents/guardians do not have to attend together.