• Youth Making Positive Choices

    The Kids Now program equips youth with essential life-success skills that enable them to make positive choices, increase their self-awareness, confidence and communication skills. With the right skills and dedicated mentors youth have the power to reach their full potential.

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  • Who’s Your Mentor?

    Who’s Your Mentor?™ is an online video series developed by Kids Now, to promote youth mentoring.

    We asked well-known Canadian business people, community leaders, Olympians, and media personalities to talk about a mentor in their business or personal lives who inspired them or helped get them where they are today.

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  • YouTube


    #LoveThySelfiePledge™ launched on July 20th and encourages people to take a pledge to actively strive towards treating themselves better and developing a positive self-view.

    Our participants have also grown to include Cabbie Richards, Elisha Cuthbert, Trish Stratus, Colin Mochrie, Jessica Mulroney, Gerry Dee, Cheryl Hickey and more...

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  • Empowering kids to stand up and speak up now!

    Cyberbullying is making headlines, but so is Kids Now.  We are a proactive solution to this problem that so many kids are facing.

    Watch Kids Now participants from St. Luigi Catholic School on Global's Making a Difference with Susan Hay!

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  • #lovethyselfiepledge

    Mississauga Mayor, Bonnie Crombie, and Peel Chief Police Offier, Jennifer Evans, took the #lovethyselfiepledge selfie! Snap a pic with your local officer and help our bullying prevention campaign.

  • Pink is the New Blue

    Kids Now has joined forces with the Police Association of Ontario to help promote awareness on bullying prevention. Pink is the New Blue campaign will use social media to increase awareness by encouraging parents, caregivers, officers and teachers to take a quick and simple online quiz about how to identify a potential situation and how to listen to their children if they are being bullied.

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Kids Now mentors youth with life-success skills to make positive choices.

Kids Now builds self-esteem and leadership skills in grade 7 & 8 students to help them become confident, resilient youth who transition successfully into high school and prepare for a brighter future.​

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In 2011, a Social Return on Investment study found that for every $1 invested in Kids Now, a +25% average annual rate of return is generated through increased productivity and reduced health, welfare and justice system costs. Kids Now has contributed approximately $17.1 million to our society over its first 10 years. Read more on the SROI report here.

We know our program is great but don’t take our word for it, get the story from the source!  Read about the amazing mentors who deliver our program, walk the walk and talk the Kids Now talk! Click here

Our very special thanks go out to our major supporters! Click on each logos to discover each of their contribution and impact. For a full list of our supporters click here!


Mentoring youth is one of the most impactful things you can do for others and for yourself. Watch Toronto Mayor, John Tory, and other notable Canadians share their thoughts on the value of a mentor.

Give Canada 150 Gifts with Kids Now

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The statistics show that most bullying incidents occur within Grade 7 & 8. With our proactive approach, kids learn how to effectively resolve conflict and develop healthy relationships with their peers.

Click on the Stop A Bully’s report below to read more.

Bully Incident Offender Grade


 Hello Parents, Please visit our online library full of valuable information and expert advice to help develop your child’s  self-compassion, resiliency, and more. Read here