a father and son smiling and building lego.

Children and youth programs

Four makeup brushes and an eyeshadow palette.

Fashion forward (for youth) - Mississauga

Learn fashion coordination, makeup and styling needs. For youth who are transitioning into young adulthood.
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Youth Ontario United (Y.O.U)

Join other Ontario Youth for a monthly meetup via Skype or Teleconference. Learn, engage and share among peers across the province. Chat about a new topic and collaborate to develop new friendships, new skills and initiatives in your community. The group meets via teleconference the second  Wednesday or Thursday of the month.
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Pursuing our Passions (POP) for youth!

Calling all aspiring artists and musicians! The CNIB Foundation and Toronto Arts Council are partnering to host monthly workshops for youth. The group meets on the third Friday of the month. 
Two participants take part in a drawing class.

Fun with Art: For ages 16-25

An opportunity to be creative using art as a means of self-expression.
A young girl sits at a table creating a clay sculpture.

Parents educational resources for kids (PERK)

A support program for parents of children with sight loss, combined with interactive family recreational events.
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Youth Empowerment

From fashion workshops and makeup classes to theatre and dance, participants will develop their leadership skills in a safe and inclusive environment while engaging with peers in a social setting.
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Beyond the Classroom

This program helps participants gain knowledge and develop social skills as they pursue their education.
A group photo of SCORE participants and volunteers posing on the dock at Lake Joe.

National SCORE Program

Calling all youth in Canada! CNIB's National SCORE program is an (all-expenses-paid) summer experience that combines the joys of camp with excursions and activities geared to helping youth (ages 16-21) learn and develop skills to pursue post-secondary education.