Social Recreation

Did you know that more than one in five local kids don’t have access to after-school sports, recreation or social programs? The Ottawa Senators Foundation has made a commitment to change this statistic by investing in facilities and programs designed to reach this group.
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Ottawa Senators Foundation

PHOTO: Andre Ringuette/Freestyle Photography/OSHC
Sens Sports Leadership League

With the objective of self-development through constructive group activity, the Sens Sports and Leadership League provides Boys & Girls Club members immersion in social activity, education, teamwork, and leadership.

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Sens Camperships EN

The SENS Campership Program enables children and youth, aged 4 to 17, from 36 communities in eastern Ontario and 10 communities in western Quebec the opportunity to attend camp every summer.

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group of diverse kids at sports summer camp

The SENS recLINK program helps children and youth participate in recreation during critical after-school hours by identifying and helping them overcome barriers and providing the resources to enroll in the social recreation programs best suited to them.

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I Love to Skate
March 14, 2015

PHOTO: Andre Ringuette/Freestyle Photography/OSHC

In partnership with Canadian Tire Jumpstart and the City of Ottawa the I Love to Skate Program aids communities where children may encounter barriers to physical activity opportunities due to financial constraints or a lack of volunteer support in the community.

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SENS Tickets for Kids

The Ottawa Senators Foundation partnership with Kids Up Front provides access to arts, culture and sporting events for deserving children and youth. Kids Up Front reaches children and families in need through an innovative program distributing tickets, classes, and passes to charitable partners across eastern Ontario and western Quebec.

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Sens Power Plays Logo

In partnership with Their Opportunity, the SENS Power Plays program exists to support under-serviced families with the means to enroll their children into local sports and recreation programs.

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centre pediatrie sociale de Gatineau

Social Recreation and Therapy

The Social Pediatric Centre of Gatineau (SPCG) welcomes vulnerable children, who are suffering, sick, victims, excluded or abandoned from the community in an effort to help them to restore their health and hope, and to develop their full potential, all in according to the Convention on the Rights of the children.

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