West Island Community Resource Center
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Saturday Morning Tutorials: Tutorial subjects include French, math, English, science and history for youth Grade 1-11.
Seniors Surf: A program teaching seniors technology.
Seniors Fit: A program facilitating fitness classes for seniors.
WIBCA’s annual scholarship program: The purpose of the Scholarship Awards is to recognize students with strong determination and commitment towards higher education and to assist students who have overcome adversity.
Empowered Women Scholarship: The purpose of this Scholarship Award is to recognize a female student with strong determination and commitment towards higher education and to assist students who have overcome adversity.
Black Girls Gather: A book club open to young black girls between 12-18 years of age.
WIBCA Youth/Mentoring Group: Mission is to engage, encourage and empower youth through educational programming and workshops promoting leadership and mentoring opportunities as well as community activism.
Confronting Racism Discussion Group: A group committed to confronting the racism in ourselves, our community, and our world by listening to BIPOC voices in anti-racism literature, films, podcasts, etc. with the ultimate goal of empowering Black, Indigenous and people of colour.
WIBCA’s Free Legal Clinic: Provide legal recourse to members of the community through a hotline service.
Staying Power: A support group for women of African/Canadian descent who are interested and committed to coming together twice a month to share their experiences, challenges, and coping mechanisms.
Senior Meals: Provides nutritious meals to seniors.
Holiday Meal Giveaway: Provides meals to families during the Christmas holiday.
Maasai Mentoring for Boys: Mentoring for boys between 11-19 years of age.
Robotics/Stem Program: For black youths between 9-19 years of age.