How is Moorelands Kids Responding to the Covid-19 Pandemic?
Moorelands Kids understands that Covid-19 is increasing anxiety in children and youth. They need strong connections, now more than ever. At Moorelands Kids, we know we are stronger together!
While the landscape is changing daily, our nimble programs team is quickly adapting our offerings to best serve our kids. Here’s how your donations are helping vulnerable children and families stay resilient and strong during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Moorelands Kids’ Lead ON
The virtual delivery of our programs: learning, leadership and a variety of fun activities children and families can do at home through videos and interactive sessions. We know our kids have many questions and are missing their friends and community. Trusted mentors play a big role in kids’ well-being; our secure online meet ups between participants and staff are a chance for kids to reconnect with their familiar staff leaders and friends and continue to develop the Habits & Qualities that set them up for success. Learn more
Christmas Sharing and Top Up the Pantry
As part of our Christmas Sharing program this year, we are topping up the pantry for all 163 families. Food security is a big concern for families struggling with the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. We are aiming to fill families’ pantries for the month of January, in addition to their holiday meal.
More than 400 Baby Bundles of vital supplies distributed to new mothers living below the poverty line and their babies in 2020.
Moorelands’ Trusted Resources
An online resources link divided into parent resources and kids’ resources – a source of trusted information and engaging activities for any family: www.moorelands.ca/trusted-resources
So far we have given out over 1200 children’s foaming soap dispensers; over 500 new kids’ books; 150 Reading glasses of various strengths plus vital PPE to vulnerable families