The Kids Play Foundation is hosting summer day camps in Abbotsford from Aug. 25 to Sept. 4 (Facebook photo)

Kids Play Foundation offering free summer day camps in Abbotsford

Applicants must register by Friday (Aug. 21) to participate in camps at Eugene Reimer Middle School

The Kids Play Foundation is offering a limited number of free summer day camps for kids aged nine to 12 in Abbotsford starting on Aug. 25.

The camps run every weekday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. until Sept. 4 at Eugene Reimer Middle School.

All camps are led by fully trained leaders and will follow strict guidelines to ensure the safety of both kids and staff.

All participants must pre-register, as they are unable to accept registrations in person.

To register, contact Kiran Toor at 778-320-6540, Prabh Tiwana at 778-869-3900, by email at contact@kidsplayfoundation.com or register online at kidsplayfoundation.com/summer-camp. Phone lines will be open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. to accept registrations and the deadline to sign up is Friday (Aug. 21).

Kids Play is a non-profit organization working towards keeping kids away from the lifestyle of drugs, gangs, and violence.

Kids Play holds sports tournaments, conferences, and other projects for the youth community to learn about the opportunities they can seize within life. The organization is operated by leaders from all across the Lower Mainland wanting to bring a positive change within the community.

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