The Registration Form for the Spring Camp are now available!
Please note we will only take registration forms starting 9:00AM on Feb 14th. Forms received before this time will not be accepted
On Friday, Feb 14th we will be in the office until 2:00PM.
Looking for a chance to volunteer?
AYP is looking for amazing volunteers to join some of our programs. Join our team in facilitating following programs!
Homework Help on Wednesdays 6:00PM-7:15PM
COLS Afterschool Program on Monday Tuesday Wednesdays from 2:45PM-5:00PM
and on Thursdays from 2:00PM-4:00PM
You will get a chance to work with our amazing participants who never ceases bring a big smile to our faces, while making a positive impact in the community!
Please email Dennis@ayp.ca to inquire more about the position!
AYP is excited to announce that registration for our free spring break programs opens on Friday February 14 at 9AM.
Participants can register for our office camp either Camp 1 on March 23 and 24 or Camp 2 on March 25 and 26. Both camps run from 9:30AM-3:30PM at our AYP office (10608 34 street). Participants can also register for our Make Way For Play camp 1 Monday March 23 9:30AM-3:30PM or camp 2 Tuesday 9:30AM-3:30PM located at Hairsine community league (3120-139 ave). Registration is open to all participants currently enrolled in our COLS after-school and auxiliary programs.
Forms will be accepted by email, fax, or in person at the AYP office starting at 9AM February 14, 2020. We will not be accepting forms received prior to 9AM.
The last day we will be accepting forms for spring break registration is March 6, 2020.
Check out the brochure with more information.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us!
Abbottsfield Youth Project's mission is to provide programs for children ages 6-12 that encourage the development of effective living skills, the pursuit of healthy lifestyle choices, and the connection of families to the community
Since 1986, AYP has been providing free life-skills programs for children ages 6-12 who live in high-risk North East Edmonton communities. Whether it be our flagship Community Outreach & Living Skills In-school program, our Community Explorers program or our ART with AYP program, our wide variety of after-school and evening program offerings foster the healthy development of each participant's sense of self-esteem and self-worth.
With each of our programs, our focus is to create a learn-through-play environment and encourage the development of effective living skills, the pursuit of healthy lifestyle choices, and the connection of families to the community.
Today, AYP offers 8 auxiliary programs, and 13 after school programs in various Northeast Edmonton locations. In 2018, AYP supported 428 unique children and 316 unique families.
Through our Healthy Snack Program we have offered 7733 healthy snacks to 498 unique children.
All of our programs are focused on 6 values