Police Records Checks

Moorelands Kids requires police records checks for staff to be completed every two years. Volunteers, who will be working with children, must also have a valid police records check completed.

If you are interested in working or volunteering with us, please contact us regarding the police records check, as the process must be completed prior to working with children at Moorelands Kids.

If you have completed a police records check within the previous six months, it may be valid – please contact the camp directors or city programs manager to confirm.

police & vulnerable sector checks

I came from a low-income household where we had our own share of family problems. At Moorelands, I was able to forget about everything that was going on at home. I felt secure, and that security allowed me to let go of everything going on at home and just have fun.

Lee with fellow camp staff in 2009
Lee (2nd left) with fellow camp staff in 2009



An Update from Lynda on COVID-19

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation and public health advice to stay at home, Moorelands Kids’ office staff are working remotely and our office will be virtual from Monday March 16th to Thursday, April 30th. After-school programs will not run. Staff members are available by email or phone. Please visit our contact page to get in touch via email or our staff directory for a list of phone numbers.

We continue to accept applications for Moorelands Camp 2020. If you would like to make a donation, please click here or call: 416-466-9987 ext. 309.

New Virtual Programs Launch!

We're excited to launch virtual leadership programs while TDSB schools are closed. Check them out here: Virtual Programs.

If you need information on COVID-19 or health advice, please visit Toronto Public Health’s website. Moorelands Kids will continue to post updates about our services as the situation evolves.

Stay safe and healthy,

Lynda Tilley, Executive Director | Moorelands Kids