Scroll down to learn more about the projects that the Halton Youth Initiative has taken on.
Town of Halton Hills Fosters Leadership
In the summer of 2021 the Town of Halton Hills hosted Leadership Programs in both Georgetown and Acton. Learn about the importance of volunteerism, how it connects to leadership and building connections in the Halton Hills community.
Climate Crusaders - Project Snapshot
The Climate Crusaders came together in January 2021 to raise awareness on Climate change, and to take action on Climate Justice. The group members included: Elijah Mulder, Joudie Albahdadi, Layan Haddadin, Nimra Ramzan, Ziad Sinno, and Isha Tokas.
2020 National Youth Week Virtual Art Show
For National Youth Week the Halton Youth Initiative
showcased youth art and voices in our community. The Virtual Art Show provided a venue to spread the opinions of youth and showcase the incredible talents they have.
25 Community Conversations
From May 1st to August 23rd, 2019, a series of 25 conversations were held across Oakville to commemorate The Oakville Community Foundation's 25th Anniversary. With the combined participation of over 330 community members, the 25 groups consisted of people from every age,
2019 Milton Fair Battle of the Bands
Check back soon to see images from the 2019 Battle of the Bands hosted by the Milton Youth Action Team as part of the Milton Fall Fair.
2019 Holy Trinity Grade 9 Student Orientation
On August 28, 2019 youth volunteers from our North Oakville Youth Development Council presented to over 300 students and parents for the Grade 9 Orientation Day at Holy Trinity Secondary School.
2018 Family Skate Night
View photos from a Free Youth & Family North Oakville Skate Night took place at the River Oaks Community Centre on Saturday November 24th 2018 with over 100 youth and adults in attendance.
2017 North Oakville Community Stakeholders Forum & Youth Action Framework
On May 25, 2017, before the Halton Youth Initiative came into existence, and even before the North Oakville Youth Development Council was around, there was North Oakville’s Our Kids Network Community Stakeholders Youth Forum with 30 different organizations that participated.