Youth Assisting Youth

Youth Assisting Youth

November 04, 2005 09:59 ET

Toronto Police and St. Mike's Majors Face off with at-risk children.

Attention: Assignment Editor, News Editor, Photo Editor, Sports Editor TORONTO, ONTARIO--(CCNMatthews - Nov. 4, 2005) - Youth Assisting Youth (YAY) in collaboration with Toronto Police Services and Toronto St. Michael's Majors will host a street hockey game for at-risk and newcomer Canadian children.

DATE: Sunday, November 6, 2005

TIME: 2 pm to 4 pm

PLACE: 5734 Yonge St.
YAY Head Office parking lot
(just north of Yonge and Finch)

Come out and cheer on our kids, Police Officers and OHL Stars!

Youth Assisting Youth is a non-profit charitable youth mentoring organization. YAY matches volunteer youth mentors aged 16 to 29 with at-risk and newcomer Canadian children aged 6 to 15 to help keep them in school and out of the Youth Justice System.

For more information on Youth Assisting Youth, this event, or our programs please visit our website at www.yay.org or contact our head office at 416-932-1919.

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Contact Information

  • Jennifer Morris, Director, Public Affairs, Youth Assisting Youth
    Primary Phone: 416-932-1919 ext. 222
    Secondary Phone: 416-277-0858
    E-mail: jmorris@yay.org