This is the place to learn more about how we operate, what we are doing to support physical activity across Canada, and how generous contributions are making a difference in the lives of Canadian children.
Read our e-newsletter, blog posts and articles to be inspired to get more kids active.
Morgan inspires many to challange themselves
Cycling instructor Morgan Moodley inspires and coaches Grimsby's 8 hour Spin4kids Participants
GLKF Grant Recipient- KidsAbility SkateAble Program
KidsAbility and Trillium Skating Academy have partnered to offer an adaptive ice skating program to children with special needs known as SkateABLE. Offered in Kitchener, Ontario, this program is the first of its kind in Canada.
GLKF Grant Recipient- Peterborough Pedal Power
A mid-term update from Brianna Salmon, Manager of Transportation Programs at Peterborough GreenUP
Curtis' Epic Journey to Help Kids Get Active
On Sunday August 17th, Curt Hamilton will swim 17km across the Northumberland Straight in support of GoodLife Kids Foundation and Brigadoon Village. We sat down with him to see what inspires him and how he's preparing for what will be a memorable summer
Passion for Family & Physical Activity
My name is Jenny and I love bringing the positive feeling of physical activity into other people's lives every day.
Win 4 Kids Finalist- Hugh Cairns V.C. School, Saskatchewan- Saskatoon
Expanding and enriching the physical education program for students in kindergarten to grade 6 is the goal
Win 4 Kids Finalist- Girls on the Run, British Columbia
Girls on the Run arms girls with the tools and life-skills they need to overcome challenges with gossip, bullying and body images
Win 4 Kids Finalist- Forest Glen School, New Brunswick- Moncton
Teacher at Forest Glen School in Moncton have found an active and fun way to help children learn
Win 4 Kids Finalist- Big Brothers Big Sisters of Saint John, New Brunswich
Girls find inner strength in numbers with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Saint John
Win 4 Kids Finalist- ErinoakKids, Ontario- Mississauga
For many kids, learning to ride a bike for the first time is a pivotal moment. Now imagine how significant it is for a kid with a disability
Win 4 Kids Finalist- Victor Lauriston Public School, Ontario- Chatham
As Canadians, many of us take ice-skating for granted. Hockey is our national sport, but we forget there are kids who can’t afford the basic equipment, including skates and helmets.
Win 4 Kids Finalist- 'NSTEP, Alberta- Calgary & Edmonton
'NSTEP's goal is to prevent childhood obesity