• YouTube

    #LoveThySelfiePledge

    #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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  • 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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  • #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.

Could this be YOUR kid? You can help kids NOW!

Our programs give youth in grades 7 and 8 the proactive tools they need to believe that they are worth it! Through mentoring, we teach students to be resilient and confident and help them successfully transition and prepare for a brighter future. When kids feel good about themselves, they make good choices and we all win.

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Our Impact


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.

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