Community sports and social events


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The data around physical activity is alarming: on average, kids are still sitting too much and moving toolittle to reach their full potential. Only 35% of 5 to 17-year-olds are reaching their recommended physical activity levels as outline in the Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth. Why does it matter? It’s all about the brain + body equation. There are growing body of evidences indicate that physical activity in childhood is essential for a healthy brain and leads to improved:

  •  Thinking and learning
  •  Emotional regulation and self-control
  •  Problem-solving ability Memory
  •  Brain plasticity-the growth of new brain tissue
  •  Stress management
  •  Ability to cope with anxiety and depressive symptoms
  •  Self-esteem and self-growth
  •  Attention and focus

Adding more physical activity to kid’s routines could be the missing part of the equation to support their success in the classroom, on the field, and with their friends.

Canadian Zalmi Society is a nonprofit local organization, we are starting a sports program for Kids and Youth that can help kids and youth aged 8 to 16 years. This program will consist on different sports as cricket, soccer, tennis and basketball. This is a great opportunity for the kids and youth of our community.

Project Core Values

Our Kids and Youth Sports Program will help your children develop leadership and teamwork skills, as well as promote a healthy active lifestyle for the entire family. We work hard to keep our expenses low and our community involvement high.

Leadership should be demonstrated by example. Everyone should be ethical, helpful, and polite at all times. Leaders support the entire team. Leaders are not stars to be admired; leaders are individuals who share what they know and encourage others to grow. Leaders are modest and friendly. Leaders should not boast about their skills or their team's superiority over another team. While good natured rivalry is fine, we never encourage bad mouthing, bullying, or teasing other players or other teams.

Project Benefits

1. Teamwork Among Coaches and Volunteers

2. Teamwork Among Players

3. Teamwork Among Teams

4. Teamwork Among Parents