...never been done like this before...
Sunrise Youth Group had a BLAST at the Whitby Santa Claus Parade! Big thanks to everyone who came out, and a huge thanks to Don and Dave for driving the float! The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear!
WOW! Sunrise has already made a trip to Simcoe Hall Settlement House because the donations were over flowing!! We will be collecting donations until the final drop off on December 16th ! Your support goes a long way! Thank you!
Donations from members, family, Sunrise supporters and companies are all welcome. Final day to donate is Thursday December 15th 2016 as we make our final delivery the following day. Please share this with everyone you know either by email or on social media
Sunrise Youth Group: Summary
Sunrise youth group is a non-profit organization that has provided quality recreational and life skills programming to individuals with special needs since 1991.We strive to develop inclusive programming that creates positive experiences for all who access it- whether it be our members, their families, or our volunteers. Sunrise is a positive outlet for leadership and creativity, and encourages all young people to explore their potential!
The individuals who join in to become friends with our members are truly what sets Sunrise apart from all other organizations and certainly what makes Sunrise such a truly enjoyable experience! Volunteers fuel SYG programs with their energy, enthusiasm and new ideas, and are encouraged to take as much responsibility as they would like. What is especially unique is that there is no special experience required. If you are sincere, fun loving, accepting and reliable, then you have what it takes to be a Sunrise Volunteer! To sign up, simply call (905) 438-9910. There is no minimum attendance requirement. Just call and let us know what you are ready and able to do. It’s that easy!
- non-profit charitable organization, founded in 1991
- dedicated to offering quality recreational and social experiences without physical, social, or financial barriers
- the Rec Program has two staff member and is volunteer based
- maintains a 4 to 1 ratio of individuals with special needs and staff in the Day Program
- relies on self-sufficient fundraising events and the support of community partners
“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.”
The Sunrise Youth Group Day Program provides a positive and accepting environment for individuals who require social and learning opportunities after graduating from High School. With a participant-to-staff ratio of 4:1 or better, SYG’s Day Program creates a safe and supportive environment where all individuals feel welcome. It assists in the development and retention of work experience, life skills and social interaction in a group environment