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If your child was a regular participant in Evening Adventure during the last school year, 2019-2020, yes, you can register for program.
How is the BGCL handling memberships that expired during the closure (March 2020 to June 2020)? Will there be a discount for a new membership or a refund for the lost time?
Many of you have inquired about your membership status. At this time, there is no need to concern yourself with renewals, card pick-ups, and/or any other membership related concern.
Once we return to normal, a process will be implemented to compensate all members for the time loss being able to access programs directly within the BGC London.
Thank you again for your patience and understanding.
My child has never been a member of the BGCL. Can I register them for a membership and then register them to attend program?
Yes. Our membership model is accessible so we encourage families to reach out if assistance is required. You can find information about our memberships here .
My child has special needs and requires support. Can they still attend?
Yes, they can attend if you are able to provide a support worker for them. We are unable to provide one-to-one support.
There is no cost for the support worker to attend however we will need to record some personal information for our COVID-19 contact tracing log.
Children must be pre-registered, and they will be placed in a cohort and they will have to follow the schedule that is provided.
What activities will be available for children in the program?
We are planning to assign children to cohorts based on ages (siblings will be in the same cohort).
Each cohort will have approximately 30 minutes to play in each pre-assigned program areas.
They will be rotating through various program rooms available to participate in activities ranging from arts and crafts, games, sports, and more. The program areas and activities meet the age and needs of all of the participants.
How many spaces are actually available?
By law, we can accommodate up to 50 participants each day at this time.
The Junior M.A.P. program will be operating both in-person and virtually. There will be a maximum of 10 participants each day. For more information about Junior M.A.P., please click here.
For the children’s recreation program (Evening Adventure), we can accommodate:
Yes, please refer to this page on our website for details about Virtual Programs
The Junior M.A.P. program is offering virtual tutoring support. The Senior M.A.P. program is only offering virtual tutoring support at this time.
Please contact our Education and Leadership Program Coordinators for more information or click on the links below for the specific program information.
If there are any other virtual programming opportunities available, we will provide the information on our website and on social media.
I want to help. What volunteer opportunities are available?
At this time, we’re in need of virtual tutors for the M.A.P. program. Please contact Shelley Beausoleil for more information about tutoring.
We do not have any in-person volunteer opportunities available at this time.
Are you accepting donations at this time?
Yes, in most cases! Please contact Christina Yung at 519-434-9115 ext. 241 or firstname.lastname@example.org with more details about what you would like to donate.
For monetary donations, you can donate online directly through our donation page here.
We are unable to accept donations of pianos and large game tables like foosball and air hockey.
If your child is in Grade 5 and has an active Act-i-Pass, please use the printable PDF Child Contract form. Completed forms must be saved, and then can be attached to an e-mail to email@example.com or faxed to 519-434-7306.
The printable PDF Child Contract is best suited for children in Grade 5 with an active Act-i-Pass.