CHAOS in Anjou: Activities, Offers and Service CentreIsabelle Savary, Andrée-Anne Réhel, Maude Charette


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  • To provide entertaining and diversified activities
  • To supervise our 6 to 17 years-old clients
  • Enable young people to develop projects
  • Provide moral and physical support to disadvantaged clients
  • To contribute in solving the problem of "street gangs".

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The goal of the ChAOS project is to create an activities centre with a diversified offer and services for the youth in our community. The basic idea is to deliver under one roof educational, scientific, sport, cultural, recreational, environmental and creative activities. We aim at offering free, accessible and varied activities. The project will allow the comunity youth to grow and develop in a supervised and stimulating environment. The interests of young people are at the heart of the project and we want to make room for their ideas. Examples of activities: homework help, dance, theatre, cooking workshop, travel projects, initiation to street art, experience in the work place, environmental projects, sports, competitions, etc

Community Benefit

Kids aged 6 to 17 would have a place to go on evenings and weekends and they would be able to access to resources, free activities and support from qualified trainers. ChAOS will ensure that kids dont spend time in the streets after school. They will be able to do their homework and activities in a supervised environment... It would be the only place of its kind in the neighbourhood and we believe that both the 6-17 year olds and their parents for such a project feel ne need for such a project. The centre will only be beneficial to our community.

How will the $100K be used?

Budget Notes: Salaries for workers(3)
$ 15,000 Rental of premises (1 year)
$ 20,000 Preparation of premises
$ 30,000 Purchase of material
$ 35,000 Funding the activities

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