ACCESS: Allowing Children a Chance at Education, Inc. is a non-profit organization in Ontario, geared towards providing children in the developing world with opportunities for education. Founded by a Brampton high school student, the organization's goal is to provide needy children in the developing world with school uniforms and necessary school supplies, so that they have the opportunity to obtain the education required to find decent employment and support their families, in addition to education local youth on related issues. Contact ACCESS by email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.accesscharity.ca/
Peel – ACCESS is excited to announce this year’s Arts for Change Showcase taking
place on Saturday, July 14, 2012. The Showcase will be an afternoon
full of inspirational performers, stimulating artistry, networking and
Peel - ChangeTheWorld: Ontario Youth Volunteer Challenge is a three-week campaign with a goal to get students to volunteer in their community, and serve the community involvement hours toward their high school diploma. This year, Ontario is asking 25,000 young people to volunteer 3 hours over the three week campaign, and ACCESS’ Youth Making a Difference Conference is part of this challenge.
Peel – ACCESS: Allowing Children a Chance at Education, Inc. is delighted to announce that they have received funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation in support of local youth development programs.
Brampton – Kingdom Life Ministries (KLM) will be hosting a Praise and Worship Concert on December 17, 2011 and will be donating partial proceeds to ACCESS and Hope Coalition to support their local and international initiatives. The event is open to the public and admission is $15 per person.
Brampton - The Ignite Change Now! Global Youth Assembly (GYA) is hosted in Alberta by the John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights this July. Join ACCESS and hundreds youth and young professionals from varying backgrounds and over 30 countries to explore the theme Our World. Our Water.
Brampton - Five years of inspiration. Five years of selflessness. Five years of sharing opportunities. These represent only a fraction of what ACCESS members have devoted themselves to since March 5th, 2006 – the humble beginnings of this youth-run, non-profit organization. Since then, thousands of dollars and school supplies have been donated to help alleviate the educational barriers around the world.
Brampton - Local youth-run organization ACCESS Charity presents the first ever Arts for Change Talent Show on Friday, June 25, 2010. The fundraiser has support from the Brampton Mayor's Youth Team and the Mayors Youth Advisory Committee of Mississauga.